Decklar Resources has announced the receipt of payment for the delivery of 10,000Barrels of crude oil to AIPCC owned refinery, which it initially described as “a small crude oil refinery in Edo State, Nigeria”.
“Trucking of oil has continued from the Oza Field to the Edo Refinery and Petrochemicals Company Limited (ERPC) in Edo State, Nigeria”, Decklar, a Canadian producer of Nigerian marginal oil fields, disclosed.
ERPC is a 6,000 barrels per day modular refinery, executed in two trains of 1,000BPSD; and 5,000BPSD, “and has been commissioned and is fully operational”, its owners say. “The refined products sold are Diesel, Naphtha and Low Pour Fuel Oil (LPFO)”.
ERPC is the third, fully commissioned, legitimate modular refinery with clear line of sight to feedstock in Nigeria, after the Niger Delta E&P owned 11,000BSPD refinery on the Ogbele field in Rivers State and Waltersmith Petroman owned 5,000BSPD in Ibigwe, Imo State.
Decklar says it has, in conjunction with partner Millenium, have issued another invoice for delivery of 5,000 barrels of crude oil (bbls) to ERPC “under the recently signed 30,000 Barrels crude sale agreement., “and initial payment for previous deliveries totaling 10,000 bbls has now been received.
Edo Refinery statement notes that work on the Phase 2 (15,000BPSD) has already commenced, with full operations slated to start in March 2023.