Photo: Iran’s Lavan Oil Refinery

Lavan Oil Refining Company

Date of Establishment: 1975
Production Date: 1976
Capacity:60,000 bpd
Feedstock: Crude oil from Lavan, Condensate from South Pars
Ownership: Private sector (under the supervision of NIORDC)
Production Units
Atmospheric Distillation, Vacuum Distillation, LPG Recovery, Naphtha Hydrotreater, Kerosene Hydrotreater, Gas OilHydrotreater, Catalytic Reforming (CRU),Isomerization and related utilities
ISO Certificates
ISO 9001 (2008), BS EN ISO 9002 (1994), ISO 14001 (2006), ISO/TS 29001 (2010), ISO 50001 (2011), OHSAS 18001 (1999)

The Department of Environment has officially announced that Lavan Refining Facilities, located at Lavan Island in Persian Gulf waters, is clean and emits no pollutants in the sea or air.

About Lavan Island
Lavan Island  (traditionally known as hidden pearl island or Sheikh Shoeyb island ) is an Iranian island in the Persian Gulf. It has an area of 78 square kilometres (30 sq mi).

The island has one of the four major terminals for export of crude oil in Iran alongside Kharg island. Lavan island sits on top of Lavan gas field, containing 9.5 trillion cubic feet (2.7×1011 cubic metres) of gas. Administratively, the island forms part of the Lavan Rural District in Kish District, Bandar Lengeh County, Hormozgan Province. The island is served by Lavan Airport.

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