Coastal Oil Refineries of India
Haldia (IOC), West Bengal – Primary based on imported crude oil. It also gets oil from Assam.
Vishakhapattanam (HPCL), Andhra Pradesh –Based on Imported cude oil.
Kochi (KRL, BPCL), Kerala –Based on imported crude oil.
Mangalore, Karnataka – The refinery here was previously a joint venture later bacame a governemnt undertaking after ONCG bough most of the shares of Manglore Refinary and Petrochemicals. It is based on imported crude oil.
Chennai (CPCL), Tamil Nadu –Based on crude oil.
Trombay (HPCL and BPCL), Mumbai Maharashtra – Here crude oil is obtained from Bombay High and Ankaleshwar.
Jamnagar (RPL), Gujarat –A private sector refinary run by the Reliance group. It is based on crude oil. It is the largest refinary in the country.
Paradeep, Odisha – Here the refinary has been established with the cooperation of Kuwait.
Ratnagiri, Maharashtra – Establishment of the refinery is in cooperation with Oman.
Nagapatnam, Tamil Nadu (CPCL) – Based on imported crude oil
Tatipaka (ONGC), Andhra Pradesh – Based on imported crude oil.
Vadinar (ESSAR), Gujarat – A private sector unit based on imported crude oil.
Market-based Oil Refineries
Barauni (IOC), Bihar – It has been established with the cooperation with Russia. Oil is brought from Naharkatiya Area, Assam. The dense population of Bihar provides it the market facility.
Mathura (IOC), Uttar Pradesh – Here, Oil is imported from Iraq. Oil is brought here from Haldia through pipelines.
Karnal (IOC), Haryana
Bina, Madhya Pradesh – Here, a refinery is being established (with the cooperation of Oman).
Raw Material Based Oil Refineries of India
Digboi (IOC), Assam – Based on local crude oil.
Bongaigaon (BRPL), Assam – Based on local crude oil.
Noonmati Guwahati (IOC), Assam – Crude oil is brought from Naharkatya area
Numaligarh (BPCL), Assam
Koyali (IOC), Gujarat – Largest public sector company. Crude oil of Gujarat is refined here.
Itarsi, Madhya Pradesh