ACF – Yuma Oil Refinery – Arizona - Project Profile

ACF – Yuma Oil Refinery – Arizona - Project Profile


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Arizona Clean Fuels Yuma LLC (ACF), a Phoenix-based company, is planning to undertake the Oil Refinery project in Yuma, Arizona, the US.

The project involves the construction of an oil refinery with a processing capacity of 150,000 barrels per day (BPD) of high-quality gasoline products from crude oil supplies from Mexico and Canada. The project will include construction of a crude distillation unit, a delayed coking unit, a hydro-cracker, a distillate hydro-treater, a naphtha hydro-treater, a naphtha catalytic reforming unit, a butane conversion unit, a benzene reduction unit and an isomerization unit.

The construction of supporting process units will include a gas concentration unit, a hydrogen generation unit, an amine regeneration unit, two sulfur recovery units, a sour water stripper, two steam boilers, a waste-water treatment plant, a tank farm, product loading facilities, a mechanical-draft wet cooling tower, and three internal-combustion engines to drive emergency equipment.

The project includes installation of steam boilers, process heaters, sulfur recovery units, catalyst re-generators, a coker pit, a waste water treatment plant and a mechanical-draft wet cooling tower.

The project, though heving received a class I air quality permit from Arizona Department of Environment Quality, was facing a delay in wake of the new US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards which are to be established.


The project involves construction of an oil refinery with capacity of 150,000 barrels per day (bpd) in Yuma, Arizona, the US.

The US$4,000 million project also includes the following:

1. Construction of a crude distillation unit

2. Construction of a delayed coking unit

3. Construction of a hydrocracker unit

4. Construction of a distillate hydrotreater unit

5. Construction of a naphtha hydrotreater unit

6. Construction of a naphtha catalytic reforming unit

7. Construction of a butane conversion unit

8. Construction of a benzene reduction unit

9. Construction of an isomerization unit

10. Construction of a gas concentration unit

11. Construction of a hydrogen generation unit

12. Construction of an amine regeneration unit

14. Construction of two sulfur recovery units

15. Construction of a sour water stripper

16. Construction of two steam boilers

17. Construction of a wastewater treatment plant

18. Construction of a tank farm

19. Construction of product loading facilities

20. Installation of a mechanical-draft wet cooling tower

21. Construction of three internal-combustion engines

22. Construction of access roads

23. Construction of related infrastructure facilities

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