A short history of SPRC
A short history of SPRC
  • 1992

    Star Petroleum Refining Company Limited was established as a limited liability company with Chevron South Asia Holdings Pte. Ltd. and PTT Public Company Limited owning 64% and 36% of the share capital, respectively.

    Chevron & PTT
  • 1996

    SPRC commenced operations with a design capacity of 130,000 barrels per day.

    SPRC
  • 1997

    HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn presided over the opening ceremony of SPRC.

    HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn presided over the opening ceremony of SPRC   HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn presided over the opening ceremony of SPRC
  • 1998

    SPRC successfully debottlenecked the Crude Distillation Unit and the Vacuum Distillation Unit, effectively increasing the capacity from 130,000 to 155,000 barrels per day.

    SPRC
  • 1999

    SPRC entered into an operating alliance with Rayong Refinery Company Limited through the establishment of Alliance Refining Company Limited ('ARC')

    ARC
  • 2009

    The operating alliance between SPRC and Rayong Refinery Company Limited was terminated and SPRC began its standalone operation.

    The Jet Merox Unit was installed to enable the Company to capture the jet fuel market.

    ARC
  • 2012

    The Clean Fuels project was completed and SPRC now produces Euro IV hydrocarbon fuels.

    The Ministry of Commerce accepted our registration for conversion into a public limited company, after which our name changed to Star Petroleum Refining Public Company Limited.

    SPRC   SPRC
  • 2014

    Completed 5 years maintenance turnaround and the significant projects including the modifications of Fluid Catalytic Cracker Unit, improvement of PGP Recovery Unit and Air Pre-Heater Project to ensure a reliable run for the next 5 years, improve production of high value products and increase the overall energy efficiency of the refinery.

    SPRC   SPRC
  • 2015

    Listed on Stock Exchange of Thailand on December 8, 2015.

    SPRC is majority-owned by Chevron (60.6%), PTT PLC (5.4%) and public shareholders (34.0%).

    SPRC   SPRC
  • 2017

    SPRC is majority-owned by Chevron (60.56%) and public shareholders (39.44%).

    SPRC   SPRC