Pakistan Army’s School of Artillery team visits Cnergyico’s oil refining complex


A delegation from the Pakistan Army’s School of Artillery visited Cnergyico’soil refining complex (formerly Byco Petroleum) in Hub –Balochistan. The delegates were received by Company’s senior executives and were given a detailed briefing on the refinery operations and future plans.

Cnergyico’s oil refining complex is capable of processing up to 156,000 barrels per day of crude oil to produce a variety of high-value fuels, such as petrol and high-speed diesel. Cnergyico is the only energy company in the country that operates a private offshore port, called Single Point Mooring (SPM), to import crude oil for the oil refining complex. Cnergyico also operates a network of more than 450 petrol pumps and the country’s largest crude oil storage tanks.

The delegates were informed about the strategic importance of the oil refining industry in Pakistan, its role in enhancing the country’s energy security, and Cnergyico’s future growth plans. Cnergyico has been upgrading its oil refinery by installing state-of-the-art equipment and plants to ramp up petrol and diesel production, which will be Euro-V compliant.

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