March 22, 2011 / 8:56 AM / 9 years ago

TABLE-Japan refinery operations status after quake

 (For more stories on the Japan earthquake, see )	
 March 22 (Reuters) - The table below shows the latest
operational status of Japan's refineries after a strong
earthquake on March 11, according to a Reuters survey.	
 Japan, the world's third-biggest oil consumer, has 28
refineries with total refining capacity of 4.52 million bpd.	
 Six refineries operated by four firms with total capacity of
1.40 million barrels per day, or 31 percent of Japan's total,
had halted operations after the quake, the survey shows. 	
 So far, three companies have restarted their affected
refineries. JX Nippon Oil & Energy restarted its 270,000 barrels
per day (bpd) Negishi refinery on Mar. 21. TonenGeneral Sekiyu
restarted its 335,000 bpd Kawsaki refinery on Mar. 17, while
Kyokuto Petroleum Industries (KPI) restarted its 175,000 bpd
Chiba refinery on Mar. 16. 
 JX Nippon Oil & Energy and Cosmo Oil have raised crude
refining capacity at their refineries in western Japan in an
attempt to ease supply shortages in the east of the country.
 Idemitsu, Fuji Oil and Showa Shell have increased the run
rates at their refineries to full production as well.
 In the table below, capacity is given in thousands of
barrels per day; "U" refers to an unplanned shutdown.	
 Firm name                           Unit.  000bpd  Refining units status
 JX Nippon Oil & Energy                
 Sendai                              No1    145     U from March 11, 2011
 Negishi                             No1    120     restarted on Mar. 21, 2011
                    No4    150     restarted on Mar. 21, 2011
 Kashima Oil                         No1    189     U from March 11, 2011
 Kashima Aromatics                                         63.5    U from March 11, 2011
 TonenGeneral Sekiyu                                   
 Kawasaki                            No1    67.0    restarted on Mar. 17, 2011
                    No2    185.0   restarted on Mar. 17, 2011
                    No3    83.0    restarted on Mar. 17, 2011
 Kyokuto Petroleum
 Chiba                               No1    175.0   restarted on Mar. 16, 2011
 Idemitsu Kosan                                        
 Hokkaido                            No1    140.0   raise run rates
 Chiba                               No2    220.0   raise run rates
 Aichi                               No1    160.0   raise run rates
 Tokuyama                            No2    120.0   raise run rates
 Cosmo Oil                                             
 Chiba                               No1    100.0   U from March 11, 2011
                    No2    120.0   U from March 11, 2011
 Yokkaichi                           No5    50.0    raised capacity by 50,000 bpd
                    No6    75.0    raised capacity by 30,000 bpd
 Showa Shell Sekiyu                                    
 Yokkaichi                           No2    75.0    full output
                    No3    135.0   full output
 Toa Oil, unit of Showa Shell                   
 Keihin                              No3    65.0    full output
                    No5    120.0   full output
 Fuji Oil , unit of AOC Holdings       
 Sodegaura                           No2    140.0   increase runs at its two FCC runs 
 Nansei Sekiyu, Petrobras unit 
 Nishihara                           Total  100.0   No impact to refining units
 (Reporting by Osamu Tsukimori and Antoni Slodkowski in Tokyo,
Jasmin Choo in Singapore and Denise Luna in Rio De Janeiro,
Editing by Manash Goswami)	
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