SATORP refinery is a joint venture between Saudi Aramco and France’s Total, thereby establishing a crude oil refinery on the eastern coast of Saudi Arabia.
The refinery can convert up to 400,000 bpd of Arabian Heavy crude oil into low-sulfur gasoline, diesel and jet fuel. It also produces over a million tons of paraxylene, benzene, and high-purity propylene per annum.
Project's total cost is SAR 48 billion.
SATORP is 62.5 percent owned by Saudi Aramco and remaining stake is held by Total.
The refinery reached its maximum design capacity (400,000 bpd) in August 2014.