The Philadelphia Refining Complex includes the Point Breeze and Girard Point refineries.

Together, these facilities comprise the largest refining complex on the Eastern seaboard.

It was established as a bulk petroleum storage facility in 1866, when the petroleum industry was still in its infancy, and began refinery operations in 1870.

The refining complex produces a wide range of fuels for markets in the northeastern United States. Among our various products are gasoline, low-sulfur diesel, jet fuel, kerosene, butane, propane, home heating oil and the petrochemical cumene. We utilize ethanol and biodiesel as important components of our products.

With its combined 335,000 barrels per day of crude oil processing capacity, PES’ refining complex business produces approximately 110 million barrels of refined products annually.