To grow to be a competitive enterprise and a model for industrial excellence with a proficient workforce.
To secure the nation_s needs for refined petroleum products and to compete internationally through expanding capabilities and business actions with a view to maintain superior growth for the good thing about stakeholders.
Refining and Advertising
Companions: Ministry of Finance seventy five% OOC Cutting plate machine 25%.
Complete Capacity: Mina Al-Fahal: 106 KBPD, Sohar: 116 KBPD.
Mission Standing: In Operation.
The federal government of Oman merged Oman Refinery Company (ORC) and Sohar Refinery Firm (SRC) within the 12 months 2007, to create a competitive world class refining firm within the Sultanate. The merged entity is named Oman Refineries and Petrochemicals Firm (ORPC).
SRC was owned by OOC (20%) and Ministry of Finance (80%). OOC_s shareholding in the merged firm (ORPC) is 25% and the remaining stake is with Ministry of Finance.
ORPC has two refineries one in Mina Al-Fahal and one other in Sohar. The Mina Al-Fahal refinery has been working since 1982 and the current refining capability is 106,000 bpd. The Mina Al-Fahal refinery produces gasoline, gas oil, jet gas, LPG and long residue. The Sohar Refinery capability is 116,400 bpd and it started operation in the 12 months 2007. The Refinery is designed to maximize propylene yield and it produces straight run naphtha, LPG, gasoline oil, gasoline, fuel oil and jet gas. The Sohar Refinery is designed to provide the uncooked material to Oman Polypropylene (OPP) and Aromatics Oman Ltd.