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Text Box: GLOBAL EQUIPMENT AND FINANCE CO. 



PROPOSAL FOR THE SALE OF A

TWENTY THOUSAND BARREL PER DAY REFINERY

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ……………………………………….………    

CRUDE OIL INFORMATION …………………………………………  
CRUDE OIL OUTPUT ……………………………………………….….    
EQUIPMENT PROFILE    …………………………………………...…
PROCESS SUMMARY  ………………………………………………..…   
PICTURES ……………………………………………………………..……
INVENTORY …………………………………………………………....…
PRICE          ……………………………………………………..…..……….
TERMS AND DELIVERY   ………………………………….……….….
TURNKEY CONTRACT …………………………………………….…… 

 

 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The SouthTeX refinery is a 20,000 bpd simple refinery that was built to produce summer and winter diesel, naphtha, kerosene, and fuel oils. The diesel was sold at the owners truck stops in the Beaumont area, the naphtha was sent to the Crown refinery for processing into reformed gasoline (plant would need a reformer to make gasoline) and the fuel oil sold to ships in Port Arthur.

The refinery ran at 10,000 bpd in stream 1. Stream 2 is also 10 000 bpd to total 20,000 B/D production. The units were completely refurbished once in 1989 and kept pickled since shutdown. The pumps are periodically turned on and are in working condition.

After 1991, the refinery was shut down due to a major slowdown in the global refinery industry.  The equipment is in working condition with many spares. The control system is a pneumatic system which under the purchase agreement will be replaced and converted to a new PLC system to increase overall efficiency and operation simplicity.

The SouthTex refinery can be relocated easily to the Country desired to produce straight run gasoline, kerosene, diesel and asphalt. The refinery is configured to run high quality crude, or can be configured to run off DOBA Heavy crude oil and the process would maximize diesel and Asphalt production.

During the reinstallation process the refinery will be configured to run off any of the local crude’s or a blend of any of these crude’s to produce the products of choice.

The plant is capable to produce straight run gasoline, kerosene, and diesel and asphalt... The refinery is ready to be dismantled, refurbished, shipped and relocated to a site in the Country desired.

Global and Kaltech Canada or JV partners and own the SouthTeX Refinery for sale.  Please contact James Whitsitt @ 214-321-9044 if you have any questions. 

 

  •   CRUDE OIL INFORMATION / PLEASE PROVIDE API TO RECEIVE OUTPUT OF PRODUCT.

        EXAMPLE ONLY

    • Doba Crude Distillation Summary – (API - 22)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Whole

Light

Medium

Heavy

Kero

Atm

Atm

 

 

Crude

Naphtha

Naphtha

Naphtha

 

Gas Oil

Resid

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TBP Temp At Start, °C

 

10

80

150

200

260

340

 

TBP Temp At End, °C

 

80

150

200

260

340

End

 

TBP Temp At Start, °F

 

55

175

300

400

500

650

 

TBP Temp At End, °F

 

175

300

400

500

650

End

 

Yield at Start, vol%

 

0.0

0.1

1.2

2.4

6.8

18.9

 

Yield at End, vol%

 

0.1

1.2

2.4

6.8

18.9

100.0

 

Yield of Cut (wt% of Crude)

 

0.1

0.9

1.1

4.1

11.8

82.1

 

Yield of Cut (vol% of Crude)

 

0.1

1.1

1.2

4.4

12.1

81.1

 

 

1.2 Final Product Output

            The Doba crude will produce:
           
            0.1% Light Naptha
            1.1% Medium Naptha
            1.2% Heavy Naptha
            2.4% Naptha – otherwise known as Straight run gasoline

            4.4% Kerosene – Sold as cooking or heating oil

            12.1% Diesel

            21.0% Heavy Diesel

            60.1% Asphalt

1.3     Doba Crude Output /   w  API  22  (PROVIDE NEW API FROM NEW BUYER)

 

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  • Equipment Profile

         
2.1 The SouthTeX Refinery is a duel tower distillation refinery. It is designed to distill crude oil  into Naptha, Kerosene, Diesel and Asphalt.

Each tower has a 10,000 bpd throughput capacity and one unit has a small vacuum unit that is used as a reflux tower increasing the efficiency of the refinery.

The refinery has a 20 000 bpd nominal capacity and is equipped with a simple operating system that can be operated with 2 Management Operators.

The refinery operates on a 24 hour cycle and will require 11 employees per 8 hour shift.                                                             Estimate.   Total 33 people.

2.2    Process Summary

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It must be noted that the configuration outlined is with an API of 22%. *

     *The higher the quality of crude, the lower quantity of heavy oil production.

 

 

 

  • Pictures

SLIDE 1 PICTURE 1.JPG

 

tower1.jpg                      HPIM0193.JPG

 

  • Inventory  
  • Heaters – 40 MMBTU in seven heaters
  • Two distillation towers – stainless steel internals– 10,000 bpd each
  • Three (3) side Strippers
  • Two (2) boiler units
  • PLC Controls 
  • Spare parts ( many extra parts and equipment) 
  • Laboratory equipment
  • Refurbished and Export Packaged

 

    • Purchase Price.

 
Total Price including Turnkey Contract.                                     ( CALL FOR DETAILS)

 
      Total Price is _________________________________
Includes the following:
Shipping

  • Dis-assembly
    • Refurbishment. (List provided with details of refurbishment with LOI.
    • Transportation to Port of Discharge
    • All Inventory – Spare Parts
    • Power  Supply
    • Control Panel – New’
    • One year guarantee on Parts and service.

Included in refinery purchase price:                     Budget Estimated Cost. 

  • SHIPMENT   Estimated at                                $ Call for details
  • Transportation to Site: At Cost – estimated at  $ Call for details   
  • Re-erection/start up and training at site:           $ Call for details
  • Power, water, electricity, natural gas, and foundations completed by buyer.
  • Storage and product tanks turnkey at site: $xx.00 per barrel of storage
  • *Turnkey Contract.  Need Feasibility study. 

4.2 Turnkey Contract:   (Call for optional pricing)
        Total:  Price as quoted.
 Includes:

  • Site and Foundation
  • Re-assembly
  • Power
  • Tank farm. Estimated at $xx.00 per barrel / for both crude and product
  • Start up to include 1 year contract.
  • Completion bond / to insure completion of plant assembly and final start up.

         
             NOTE.  POWER AND WATER OR COST OF WATER WELL NOT INCLUDED.   

 

  • Terms- Conditions - Delivery
  • Call for details – Amount due at contract signing and prior to dismantling.
  • Call for details – Amount due at completion of dismantling and refurbishment and prior to shipping.   *. 

* Global GP and/or assigns offers to converts item b. for equity of xx.x% stock with guarantee of xx% of gross net income.

  • Shipping costs paid one month prior to shipping by Buyer in advance as per agreed upon by shipping company of mutual choice.
  • Call for details – Amount due prior to re-erection.  
  • Call for details – Amount due at start of tank farm with flow pipe.
  • Call for details – Amount due within 24 hours after the plant starts up.   

      *Converted to Investment for xx.x% equity.    

 

Delivery Time line
                    7 weeks from purchase of refinery to dismantle
                    7 weeks to refurbish
                    1 week to move to port for shipping.
  4 weeks shipping-Transportation to A.S.W. Port
                    3 weeks to deliver to buyer’s site.
16 weeks to re erect /assemble
                  10 weeks to build tank farm and flow pipe to refinery
                    6 weeks testing and start up + 3 weeks training *

   * An operations and Maintenance (O&M) Contract and training is available for Call for details PER YEAR FOR PERIODS  1 YEAR up to 5 years.   (Includes a manager and 4 Expats.)

Global has the knowledge and experience to provide the buyer with the very best service and representation of its products and equipment.

Regarding the purchase of a reusable refinery that can be operational inside of 2 years  versus a new refinery that will take 4 to 5 years to be operational, the buyer will be profoundly pleased with the savings through purchasing this plant and the results of the business it completes with Global.

 

Contact James Whitsitt.  214-321-9044 email james.w.global@gmail.com

 

 

 

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