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Byco Industries Incorporated

The Byco Group an Emerging Energy Leader

OIL REFINING
 Completing Pakistan’s largest
PETROLEUM MARKETING
refinery with a capacity of
 Growth trajectory in PMB is
120,000 bpd at Hub.
phenomenal.
 Currently operating a 35,000 bpd
 Byco was ranked no. 8 out of the
refinery at the same site.
12 OMCs in the LFY.
 Oil refining complex will be over
 Total of 230 retail outlets
55% larger than Parco (currently
the largest refinery in
Pakistan,100,000 bpd).

INFRASTRUCTURE
 Byco Group has a storage terminal
CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING
at Karachi port for storage of
 Setting up the only
Petroleum product.
petrochemicals complex of its
 Byco has established a first of its
nature in Pakistan
kind floating port in Pakistan
 This complex will be able to cater
(SPM).
to a significant portion of the
local Paraxylene and other
aromatics’ demand.
 100% of the base chemicals in
Pakistan are currently imported.
The Byco Group MAJOR PROJECTS

Oil Refining Complex II Isomerisation Unit


• ORC-II production capacity has
the potential to provide • The isomerization unit placed
Pakistan valuable Import with ORC-II is first of its kind
Substitution equivalent to USD in Pakistan with an operating
2.4 billion through production capacity of 12,500 bpd.
of HSD and Fuel of 2.1 million
MT and 2.5 million MT • The product output will be
respectively. environmentally friendly,
motor gasoline will have little
or no contents of Benzene.
The Byco Group MAJOR PROJECTS
Aromatics &
Petrochemical Single Point Mooring

 Byco has acquired a complete • ONLY port in Pakistan that can


unit for the production of receive crude oil tankers of
aromatics, in particular Para- 100,000 mt
Xylene to meet the local • 3rdrd point of entry for crude oil
demand. imports in Pakistan
• Capacity to handle crude and
 Processing capacity is 17,100 petroleum product for over
BPSD. 10 million tons per year
• Total pipeline distance from
SPM buoy to refinery storage
tanks spans approximately 15
KM.
• Pipeline - 28” in diameter.
• SPM is designed to handle
up-to 250,000 mt tankers
Overview of Pakistan
Pakistan An Overview
Location Southern Asia, bordering the Arabian Sea,
between India on the East and Iran and
Afghanistan on the west and China on the north.

Total Area 803,940 sq km,


Land: 778,720 sq km, Water: 25,220 sq km

Main Cities Karachi ; Lahore, Faisalabad; Quetta, Peshawar;


Multan ,Islamabad (capital)

Coast line 1,046 km

Climate Pakistan lies in the temperate zone. The climate


is generally arid, characterized by hot summers
and cold winters, and wide variations between
extremes of temperature.

Natural Resources Land, Extensive Natural Gas reserves, Limited


Petroleum, Large Coal reserves, Iron ore, Copper,
Salt, Limestone

Irrigated land 180,000 sq km

Border Countries Iran, Afghanistan, China, India

Infrastructure Roads: 260,000 km (approx 40% unpaved)


Railways: 8,163 km of tracks, Seaports: 2 Major
Sea ports (Karachi and Gwadar)

Source: Economic Survey of Pakistan 2011-12 and various sources


Pakistan An Overview
Per Capita Income: $1,372,
GDP Rate GDP Growth: 3.7%

Agriculture 21%
Manufacturing 19%
GDP By Sector Services 53 %
Others 7%

Cotton, Fertilizer, Textile, Steel


manufacturing, Sugar, Leather,
Major Industries Cement, Edible Oil, Chemicals,
Tobacco, Food processing

Oil product, crude oil,


vegetable and animal oil,
Major Imports industrial machinery, chemical
product

Rice, Cotton, Textile, Clothing,


Major Exports Grain, Leather product, Fish,
fruits and vegetables.

Source: Economic Survey of Pakistan 2011-12 and various sources


Pakistan An Overview

Coal
Total Proven
Reserves 185 Billion Tonnes
Production 2.7 Million Tonnes
Consumption 6.3 Million Tonnes
Imports 3.6 Million Tonnes

Oil
Total Resource Potential 27 Billion Barrels
Refining Capacity 14 Million Tonnes (w/o ORC 2)
Recoverable Reserves 19.2 Million Tonnes
Production 66,032 Bpd
Imports 16 Million Tonnes

Source: 11th International Exhibition for the Energy Industry


Pakistan An Overview
Gas
Electricity
Pakistan is one of the largest consumers of gas in the
region. The two gas distribution companies plan to 25,000
invest up to USD 800 million to increase the capacity of
21,000
existing transmission and distribution network
20,000
Pakistan has the 2nd largest fleet of CNG vehicles in the
15,500
world with approx. 3.5mn vehicles. 15,000

MW
10,000

5,000

0
Demand Availability
Pipeline Projects
The two main projects are Iran-Pakistan Pipeline
project and Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-
India pipeline

Source: 11th International Exhibition for the Energy Industry 5/25/19


Pakistan An Overview

Road Network
• Roads are the most important
segment of Pakistan’s
transport sector.
• Roads carry over 96 percent of
inland freight and 92 percent
of passenger traffic and are
undoubtedly the backbone of
the economy.
• The current road network is
about 260,000 km catering to
eleven million vehicles of all
types.

5/25/19
Pakistan An Overview
Energy Mix 2012
Supply (64.5
Usage by Sector Consumption
Mn TOE) (38.8 Mn TOE)
Agriculture Transport
2.0% 30.9%
Oil 32% Oil 29%

Natural Gas 47.6%


Govt Industry Natural Gas 43.2%
2.2% Energy 38.5%

Electricity 13.1% Electricity 16.2%


Domestic
Commercial 22.5%
3.9%
Coal 6.7% Coal 10.4%

LPG 0.5% LPG 1.3%

Source: OCAC, Economic Survey of Pakistan 2011-12


Who We Are

• Byco Petroleum Pakistan Limited


– Petroleum Marketing
• Byco Terminals Pakistan Limited
– Shipping & Terminals
• Byco Oil Pakistan Limited
– Oil Refining
– Chemicals Manufacturing
• Byco Trading Asia DMCC
– Oil Trading
BYCO PETROLEUM PAKISTAN LIMITED
Petroleum Marketing Business (PMB)

Presented By: Mujtaba Jafarey


Pakistan An Overview
Petroleum Product
25.00
Consumption - Historical
17.47 18.60 18.56 20.16 19.85 18.64 19.53

20.00
Volume In MT ‘000

15.00

10.00

5.00

0.00
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

FO LDO JP-1 KEROSENE HSD MS

Source: OCAC
Pakistan An Overview
Petroleum Product
9.00 Demand and Supply 8.46
8.00

7.00 6.83
6.00

5.00
In MnMT

4.53
4.00
3.36 3.22
3.00

2.00
1.75
1.00 0.86
0.67
0.00 0.17
0.16 0.04
MS HSD KEROSENE JP-1 LDO Furnace Oil
Demand Supply

Product Demand Supply Gap


MS 3.36 1.75 1.61
HSD 6.83 4.53 2.30
KEROSENE 0.17 0.16 0.01
JP-1 0.67 0.86 -0.19
LDO 0.04 0.04 0.00
Furnace Oil 8.46 3.22 5.25
Asphalt 0.17 0.20 -0.03
Total 19.70 10.75 8.95

Source: OCAC
Pakistan An Overview
Industry Sales
Product Sales FY 2013

MS 3.36 17.2%

JP-1 0.67 3.4% KEROSENE 0.17 0.9% LDO 0.04 0.2%

Furnace Oil 8.46 43.4%

HSD 6.83 35.0%

Vol in MnMT
Source: OCAC
Pakistan An Overview
Industry Sales
Product Wise Growth
G r o w th In P e r ce n ta g e

Avg
17%

Avg2
30%
%
27%

25% 24%
22%

20%
17%

15%
15%
Avg
0.2%
10%
6%
4%
5% 4%
2%

0%
MS HSD FO
- 1% - 2%
-5% - 3%

- 7% - 7%
- 8%
-10%

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013


Source: OCAC Pakistan Oil Report 2011-12
Pakistan An Overview
Oil Industry Major Players
Upstream
Downstream
Pakistan An Overview
OMC Market Share July - June 2013

APL
8.62% PEARL HASCOL BPPL BTCPL OOTCL ASKAR ZOOM ADMORE
2.68% 1.92% 1.53% 1.03% 0.66% 0.14% 0.06% 0.01%
TPPL
3.99%
CPL
4.89%
SPL
10.15%

PSOCL
64.32%

PSOCL SPL APL CPL TPPL PEARL HASCOL BPPL BTCPL OOTCL ASKAR ZOOM ADMORE

Vol MT '000 12,560 1,981 1,684 955 779 522 376 300 201 128 27 12 3

Source: OCAC
Pakistan An Overview
OMC Outlet Share

APL
5.16% HASCOL OOTCL BTCPL ZOOM
BPPL 2.68% 1.55% 0.67% 0.17%
3.28%
TPPL
3.70%
ADMORE
6.30% ASKAR
4.19% PSOCL
53.56%

CPL
7.38%

SPL
11.37%

PSOCL SPL CPL ADMORE APL ASKAR TPPL BPPL HASCOL OOTCL BTCPL ZOOM TOTAL
No. of 3,760 798 518 442 362 294 260 230 188 109 47 12 7,020
Outlets

Source: OCAC Pakistan Oil Report 2011-12


Pakistan An Overview
OMC Retail Throughput*

PSOCL SPL APL CPL TPPL HASCOL BTCPL BPPL OOTCL ASKAR ADMORE ZOOM

Motor Fuel MT 526 703 872 599 1063 225 423 93 525 38 0 0

No. of outlets 3,725 851 318 530 244 183 35 222 84 284 407 0

Top Five Other


0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 0 100 200 300 400 500 600

PSOCL HASCOL

BTCPL
SPL
BPPL

APL OOTCL

ASKAR
CPL
ADMORE
TPPL
ZOOM

Throughput in MT Throughput in MT
Source: OMC Sales , OCAC Pakistan Oil Report 2011
* Working based on 100% MS and 60% HSD assumption
Pakistan An Overview
OMC Retail Efficiency Index*

Majors
0.00 0.50 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50

PSOCL 1.60

SPL 2.14
Others
APL 2.08 0.00 0.20 0.40 0.60 0.80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60

HASCOL 0.68
CPL 1.82

OOTCL 1.59
TPPL 3.23
BPPL 0.28

BTCPL 1.29

ASKAR 0.11

ADMORE 0.00

ZOOM 0.00

Source: OMC Sales , OCAC Pakistan Oil Report 2011


* Working based on 100% MS and 60% HSD assumption
Pakistan An Overview
OMC Sales Trend - Future Projection 24.13
25.00
22.94
21.80
20.71
19.53
20.00

15.00
Volumes In Mn MT

10.00

5.00

0.00
2012-13 Actual 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

JP-1/8 MOGAS SKO HSD LDO FO

Source: OMC Sales , OCAC Pakistan Oil Report 2011


Pakistan An Overview
OMC Sales Trend - Future Projection
JP-1/8 MOGAS SKO HSD LDO FO TOTAL Growth %

2012-13 Actual 0.67 3.36 0.17 6.83 0.04 8.46 19.53 4.7

2013-14 0.86 3.62 0.16 7.04 0.04 9.00 20.71 6.04

2014-15 0.88 3.98 0.16 7.25 0.04 9.50 21.80 5.26

2015-16 0.90 4.38 0.16 7.46 0.04 10.00 22.94 5.22

2016-17 0.93 4.82 0.16 7.69 0.04 10.50 24.13 5.18

In MnMT

Assumptions:
• JP-1 3% Growth has been taken from 2013 -14 onwards. Growth is subject to government approvals for exports and
border situation.
• MS 10% Growth has been taken from 2013 onwards.
• HSD 1% growth for 2013-14 and 10% growth has been taken from 2014-15 onwards, keeping in view the CNG.
shortage and expected conversion/increase in HSD demand in upcoming years.
• SKO projections have been fixed on current supply however last 5 years’ trend is declining.
• LDO projections have been fixed on current supply however last 5 years’ trend is declining trend.

Source: OMC Sales , OCAC Pakistan Oil Report 2011-12


Pakistan An Overview
Oil Marketing Scenario

• Pakistan oil industry is a regulated industry.


• Stiff competition among market players.
• OMC margins are fixed as per current pricing regime.
• Inconsistent policy making at ministry levels and erratic changes in regimes.
• Interference of regulatory bodies hamper business decisions.
• Small players deprived of a level playing field.
• Severe crisis arising from persistent circular debt and financial crunch of energy
companies.
• Changing industry dynamics due to shortage of natural gas and power .
Pakistan An Overview
Lubricants Business – Industry Mix
Product Type Auto Oil Greases
Others
Marine Oil
2227
2939139
18109
1.1%
0.1%
1.5%
9.3%

Industrial Oil
37891
19.5%

Automotive Oil
133489
68.5%

Segment Type Miscellaneous local & Smuggled *; 13 ; 4.08%


imported brands; 55 ; Oil Majors (Shell +
17.24% Chevron + Total); 103 ;
32.29%
Others (Mobil, castrol, Pakistan State Oil; 33 ;
Zic & Others); 45 ; 10.34%
14.11% Reclaimed*; 70 ;
21.94%

Source: LBSP , OCAC Pakistan Oil Report 2011-12


Pakistan An Overview
Lubricants Business – Market Share
OMCs

PEARL;
ADMORE;
OOTCL;
BPPL;
APL;
TPPL; 0.48%
0.05%
0.37%
1.09%
1.11% 0.01%

PSO; 28.37%
SPL; 38.55%

COPL; 29.99%

Source: OCAC Pakistan Oil Report 2011-12,


*A volume of 70,493 is not included in above pie which consists of sales of LBSP members other than OMCs from whom bifurcation of data is
unavailable.
Pakistan An Overview
Lubricants Business – Major Drivers
HDEO
HDEO Market
Market
•• Commercial
Commercial vehicle
vehicle market
market toto
PCMO stay
stay stagnant
stagnant due
due to
to economic
economic
PCMO Market
Market
slowdown.
slowdown.
•• PCMO
PCMO market
market to to continually
continually riserise •• Construction
Construction sector
sector staging
staging aa
with
with growing
growing population
population of of slow
slow comeback:
comeback:
passenger
passenger cars.
cars. •• Low
Low cost
cost housing
housing schemes
schemes
•• MCO
MCO market
market to to grow
grow sharply.
sharply. •• Govt.
Govt. infrastructure
infrastructure projects
projects
•• Low
Low per-capita
per-capita income
income fueling
fueling on basis of foreign funding.
on basis of foreign funding.
exponential
exponential growth
growth in in motorcycle
motorcycle
population.
population.
•• Yamaha
Yamaha establishing
establishing itsits largest
largest Power
Power Sector
Sector
motorcycle
motorcycle plant
plant inin Pakistan.
Pakistan. •• Lubricant
Lubricant market
market for
for energy
energy
•• Chinese
Chinese OEMs
OEMs expected
expected to to grow
grow sector
sector will
will continue
continue toto grow
grow due
due
further.
further. to
to growing
growing power
power demand.
demand.
•• New
New OEMs
OEMs to to enter
enter motorcycle
motorcycle
market •• Sector
Sector envisioned
envisioned toto grow
grow from
from
market inin near
near future.
future.
24,000
24,000 MW
MW in in 2011
2011 to
to 39,000
39,000
MW
MW inin 2025.
2025.
Source: LBSP
Byco Petroleum Marketing
Business product and Services
Consumer International Gaseous Fuels &
Retail Sales
Sales Sales Lubricants
• 230 retail outlets An active • Selling CNG,
across the country Operating in player in LPG.
• Aiming to add 40 industrial, exports which • Exploring
more sites to close marine and have been possibility to
current FY at 270 power stopped due to sell lubricants
sites. production cross border to hi-street
• CNG at 21 sites segments issues and govt and industrial
orders customers

Services and Liquid Fuels Gaseous Fuels


Quality Assurance • Diesel
Lubricants
• Compressed
• Furnace Oil Natural Gas • Industrial
• Quality Check and
• Aviation Fuel • Liquefied Petroleum • Automotive
control
• HSE • Gasoline Gas
Byco Petroleum Marketing
Retail Network Development August 2013

Site Evolution
No. of sites Added Cummulative 230
219
208

• Fast growing retail network with a total


131
of 230 retail outlets
• Byco now has presence on major
81 77 highways; Northern Bypass, Karachi,
50
National Highway and Indus Highway
27 27 23
11 11

FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013


Byco Petroleum Marketing
Retail Network Development

Network Spread

88
97

Centra
l
North 45
South
New Site Development and
Branding
Byco Petroleum Marketing
Sales Trend Highest
Volume of 37, 173 MT
(since Jul 11)
In MT 000

36.9 37.2 37.0


35.2
31.8 32.2 31.9
27.5 27.0
24.9 23.7
21.3 22.2
19.0
16.2 16.0 15.3
13.4
12.1
10.8
7.9 8.4 8.4
4.8

Including SPA sales


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BOPL
BYCO OIL PAKISTAN LIMITED
Oil Refining Business (ORB)

Presented By: Derek Lawler


Pakistan Refineries
Refineries BPD %

Byco (ORC 1&2) 155,000 38%

PARCO 100,000 24%

NRL 62,500 15%

PRL 50,000 12%

ARL 42,500 10%

Total 410,000 100%


Refining Capacity

Others ; 1.00%
Existing 2011-12 PRL ; 16.04% ARL; 19.03%
BPPL; 4.78%
Country Refining capacity 13.35 MMTPA PARCO ; 34.09%
After ORC-1 revamp - 35,000 BPD in 2010 NRL; 25.06%

2014-15
ORC 1 & 2 cumulative Refining Capacity -155,000 BPSD
Increase capacity from 13.35 to 18.8 MMTPA Others ;
1.00% ARL; 12.00%
BPPL; 2.97%
BOPL; 38.01% NRL; 15.00%
PRL ; 10.00% PARCO ;
21.01%
Byco cumulative refining capacity – 220,000 BPSD
by 2017-18
Increase country refining capacity from 18.8 MMTPA
to 21.6 MMTPA
Byco Product – Import Substitution
Production from 120,000 BPD Refinery

Initial 60% Capacity Estimated 4th Q 2012-13


product Deficit % Reduction
Operation Imports Volume
Motor Spirit 42,546 263,547 (221,001)
16%
HSD 374,045 829,402 (455,357) 45%
HSFO 248,648 1,425,000 (1,176,353) 17%

Avg. 70% capacity Estimated 2013-14 Imports


product Deficit % Reduction
operation Volume
Motor Spirit 761,091 1,500,000 (738,909) 51%
HSD 1,733,136 3,300,000 (1,566,864) 53%
HSFO 1,184,299 5,900,000 (4,715,701) 20%

Estimated 2014-15 Imports


product 100% capacity operation Deficit % Reduction
Volume
Motor Spirit 1,087,273 1,600,000 (512,727)
68%
HSD 2,475,909 3,500,000 (1,024,091)
71%
HSFO 1,691,856 6,200,000 (4,508,144)
27%
Unit : Tons per Annum
Oil Refining Complex 1
Typical production scheme
Oil Refining Complex 2

Unit : Tons per Annum


Journey to Completion
120,000 BPSD Refinery
Economic Benefits to Pakistan

• Total investment in 120,000 BPD refinery – 600 million US $


• Foreign investment 65% - 380 million US $
• Largest refining complex in the country – 155,000 BPSD
• Provide substantial import substitution
• Deficit of HSDO will reduce drastically - 71%
• Deficit of MS will reduce drastically - 68%
• Deficit of FO will reduce significantly - 27%
Economic Benefits to Pakistan
• Jobs creation – 1,500 direct 10,000 indirect
• Value addition- Forex saving
• Pioneering introduction of Isom - Euro-II Gasoline
• Pioneering introduction of SPM – new oil port
• Facilitates secondary economic activities
• Increase oil stocks – 2.0 million barrels
• Promoting local engineering expertise
• Broadening manufacturing base industries
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Corporate Social Responsibility
• Providing over 600 employment to local people
• Special on the job training program, non-skilled to semi-skilled
• Regularly arrange medical camps for locals
• Supply of drinking water to nearby 02 villages
• Sponsor Local Cricket Tournament each year
• Help in floods and in time of need
• Internship program for above 200 universities students each year
• Assist in completion of project/studies of final year students
• Graduate management trainee and non management trainee program
Challenges
• Facing many obstacles since inception
• Byco was not permitted to build storage at KT.
• completed all our projects with less or nil supports from GOP
• Refinery in Government sector enjoyed guaranteed returns, infrastructure
support, low price utilities - water, power and gas.
• on other hand Byco resourced all these utilities itself, even maintaining 23
km access road for last 10 years.
• Byco is struggling to obtain level playing field
• FO supply to HUBCO thru PSO – Natural & economic supply source
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BYCO TERMINALS PAKISTAN LIMITED
Petroleum Logistics Support

Presented By: Imran Farookhi


Pakistan Oil Sector Overview
Refineries Design Capacity
Million tons/Yr
PARCO 4.50
NRL 2.71
PRL 2.10
ARL 1.92
Byco-BPPL 1.70
Byco-BOPL 5.45
Total 18.38
Pakistan Oil Sector Overview
Crude Oil Imports

Crude oil imports 2012-13 7.3 Mt/yr


Indigenous crude oil 2.9 Mt/yr
Total Refining 10.2 Mt/yr
Infrastructure
Ports, Pipelines and Storage

Pipelines
ARL Chaklala/Sihala
• White
White OilOil Pipeline
Pipeline Tarujabba
• PARCO
• Parco Pipeline
Pipeline
Machike
• MFM
MFM Pipeline
Pipeline (Mehmoodkot
(Mehmoodkot
Faisalabad Machike ) )
Faisalabad Machike
PARCO Gat
Quetta
Mehmoodkot
Vehari
Shershah
Dhodak
Shikarpur

Daulatpur

PARCO 100k BBL/day


Byco SPM facility ARL 40k BBL/day
Byco NRL 65k BBL/day
PQA PRL 50k BBL/day
NRL PRL BPPL 35k BBL/day
BOPL 120k BBL/day
Keamari
Oil Ports in Pakistan

• Karachi Port Trust (KPT)


– Three oil piers – Imports & Exports
– Cumulative capacity - 26 million MT per annum
– Vessel size max 75,000 MT Dead Weight Tonnage
(DWT)
– Primarily handles Crude Oil for Parco, PRL & NRL
– Also for Naphtha Export, MS & Jet Fuels Imports
– Limited storage facilities/ban on new constructions
– Capacity cannot be fully utilized

• Port Qasim - Fotco


– Single oil pier-only Imports
– Capacity of handling 9 million MT
– Vessel size maximum 75,000 DWT
– HSD & FO imports
– Also used for Byco crude imports till Dec 2012
– Load increases - significant demurrage cost
– Byco incurred high cost on crude transportation
Byco Terminals Limited Pakistan

Single Point Mooring Facility off Khalifa Point


• Country’s first SPM - Floating Jetty
• Facility for import/export
• Imports of Crude Oil and Import/Export of Petroleum product
Crude oil Storage at Refinery
• Largest storage tanks – 48,000 tons each
• Crude storage at Refinery Complex – 130,000 tons
• Planned addition in 2014 and 2015 – 48,000 tons
Terminal at Karachi Port
• Port connectivity for petroleum product imports/export
• Jet Fuels Imports and Naphtha exports
• Bowser loading/unloading facility
• Storage Capacity – 12,000 tons
• AutoTank gauging system
• Automated product loading & metering
Single Point Mooring (SPM)
Pakistan’s 3rd Petroleum Product
Handling Port
• Total pipeline distance from SPM to refinery storage tanks -
14 KM
• Depth – 25 M
• Pipeline - 28” diameter
• Can receive large size crude oil tankers of up to 250,000
DWT.
• Handling capacity of crude and petroleum product 10
million tons per year
• Average discharge rate – 2,000 tons per hour
• Plan to enhance capacity - 22 million tons per year

SPM

Byco Refinery
Complex

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SPM vs. Other Ports

Characteristic KPT FOTCO BTPL (SPM # 1)


Maximum Depth (meter) 12 12 25
Maximum Vessel Size (DWT) 75,000 75,000 250,000
Maximum Annual Capacity (MT) 26 million 9 million 10 million
Night Navigation & Berthing No No Yes

Provision of capacity enhancement No No 22 million


Plan for 2 pipeline installation
nd

POL Product being handled Mainly HSD and FO Initially Crude for Byco Refineries
Crude Installation of additional pipeline will allow
handling of other POL product including FO
Byco SPM
1st Vessel – Mt Arietis

1st Vessel M.T. Arietis Carrying +67,000


tons crude oil was berthed on 27th Dec
2012
1ST VESSEL

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2nd Vessel – Mt Quetta

2nd Vessel Carrying 80,000 MT of


Crude oil berthed on 6th-Feb-13.
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Future Projects and Expansion Plans

• Additional pipeline for enhancing SPM Capacity to 22 million


tons of export of product thru SPM

• Additional Storage for Crude/Petroleum product for Byco


Refineries
• Upcountry storage at Machike and Shikarpur, of capacity 10,000
tons each
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Chemical Manufacturing Business (CMB)
Petrochemical Project

Presented By: Wasi Khan


Petrochemical Project
Introduction
• Byco has envisioned its oil refinery project as integrated refining &
petrochemical complex.

• At the time of selecting oil refinery in the year 2005 , Byco commissioned
UOP for due diligence of an aromatics based petrochemical complex installed
in Naples, Italy. The plant was owned by Kuwait Refinery Company (KRC).

• After inspection of the plants/equipment for mechanical integrity, process


and economic checks, UOP recommended relocation of the said
petrochemical complex to Pakistan. This led Byco purchase the petrochemical
plant in the year 2006.

• 75 acres of land adjacent to the refinery site was acquired by sub-leasing


from Byco Petroleum Pakistan Limited for the installation of Petrochemical
Complex.
Petrochemical Project
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Assets Purchased from KRC

Assets purchased by Byco from KRC Petrochemical Complex, Naples, Italy contained following plants:

Sr. No. Unit


1 UDEX Extraction Unit
2 BTX Fractionation Unit
3 Orthoxylene Unit
4 Mobil Low Pressure Isomerization Unit
5 Toluene Disproportionation Plant
6 Cyclo Hexane Unit
7 Paraxylene Unit
8 Naphtha Hydrotreater Unit
9 Low Pressure Reformer Unit
10 Hydrogen Plant

The first 7 constitute core plants of the Petrochemical Complex, which were acquired in the first lot. Later
on Byco purchased 3 additional plants, number 8 to 10. These were purchased to add operational
flexibility, productivity and profitability in the configuration of the Petrochemical Complex.
Petrochemical Project
Dismantling and Shipment

• Dismantling of the 7 core petrochemical plants was started in September 2007 and
successfully completed in October 2010.

• Shipment of the equipment continued during the dismantling which completed in


November 2010.

• Dismantling of 3 plants acquired in the second lot, were completed in February 2012.
Shipping is yet to be done.

Refurbishment

• Refurbishment of rotary equipment continued during the course of dismantling.

• Most of the key rotary equipment from the first 6 plants have been refurbished in Europe
and in Middle East, by workshops of international repute.
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Position on Site

Physical works on the site in Pakistan have the following status:

 Land Development - Completed.


 Civil Works - Part of civil works has been done in the process area.
 Storage Tanks - Mechanical construction of 9 tanks of total capacity
75,000 Tons completed.

After successful dismantling and shipment, all of the 7 core petrochemical plants’
equipment at present are lying at the BOPL site ready for re-construction. As
mentioned above, remaining 3 plants acquired in the second lot are awaiting
shipment in Italy.

Reconstruction Plan

• Full scale construction activities on petrochemical complex are planned to begin


after COD of BOPL refinery. Reconstruction of Petrochemical Complex can be
completed in 18 months from the date of the start of construction works.
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Plant Capacities
Individual capacities of plants from the operating data:

Unit BPSD
Unit 300 BTX 28,700
Unit 300 UDEX 12,900
Unit 400 TDP 11,000
Unit 500/550 Orthoxylene 4,700
Unit 600 PX 13,000
Unit 700 MLPI 11,000
Unit 800 CX 2,000
Unit 150 Hydrotreater 13,500
Unit 200 Reformer 13,500
Unit 900 Hydrogen Purification
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Product Slate
Production slate in kilometric tons per annum (KMTA):

Product Yield
Benzene 20.6
Paraxylene 91.5
Orthoxylene 49.2
Mixed Xylenes 80.3
Cyclohexane 98.2
A9+ Aromatics 193.4
Raffinate 215
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