HRC’s Port Dickson Refinery Facts & Figures
Rated Capacity 120,000 barrels per day
Licensed Capacity 156,000 barrels per day
Stocks 3.5/30 mil bbl/days
Staff Strength 474 personnel
Crude Tanks 11 tanks
Product Tanks 78 tanks
Power Consumption 28 MV
Single Buoy Mooring 1 vessel (shared with Petron)
Jetty 3 berths
Processing Units Long Residue Catalytic Cracker - 1 unit
Crude Distillers, Diesel Processing Unit - 2 units
Continuous Reformers - 1 unit
Naphtha and Gasoil Hydrotreaters

HRC's complex oil refinery in Port Dickson has a licensed production capacity of 156,000 barrels per day. The major operating units in the refinery consist of two crude distillers, a long residue catalytic cracker (LRCCU), two naptha treaters and a merox plant, two reformers and a gasoil treatment plant. It also produces a comprehensive range of petroleum products including liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), gasoline, diesel, aviation fuel, fuel oil components, and chemical feedstocks like light naphtha and propylene. Approximately 85 percent of these refined products are sold in Malaysia.

Our products are predominantly distributed using the multiproduct pipeline (MPP) to the Klang Valley Distribution Terminal (KVDT) and the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). We also despatch products via road to more local users and via sea to more remote Malaysia locations including Sabah and Sarawak. Our significant customers for main fuels are Shell Malaysia Trading Sdn Bhd and Shell Timur Sdn Bhd, with whom we have entered into a 10 year term Product Offtake Agreement (POA), securing our sales of gasoline, aviation fuel and diesel in the country. This POA commenced in 2016.

Products such as propylene and light naphtha are exported out of Malaysia to be used as chemical plant feedstock and a portion of our LPG is exported to end users. In addition, we import gasoline components such as MTBE and additional LRCCU feedstock when the economics are favourable.