Middle East Oil Refinery (Midor), considered to be Africa’s most advanced refinery, is being expanded to increase its capacity from the existing 100,000 barrels per day (bpd) / five million tonnes per year to 160,000bpd.
Middle East Oil Refinery was founded in 2000
The refinery is owned by MIDOR, an Egyptian shareholding company in which Egyptian Oil Company (EGPC) has a 78% interest, Enppi has a 10% interest, Petrojet has a 10% interest and Suez Canal Bank has a 2% interest.
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Middle East Oil Refinery Information
|Project Type||Refinery expansion and upgrade|
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