Isaac Sabbá (Reman)
Terminals it is connected to
Three ports for receiving and delivering oil products operated by Transpetro.
The Isaac Sabbá Refinery, located on the banks of the Negro River, in Manaus, went on stream on September 6, 1956, under the name Companhia de Petróleo da Amazônia (Copam). Founded by entrepreneur Isaac Sabbá, the refinery was officially opened on January 3, 1957, in an event attended by the then president of Brazil, Juscelino Kubitschek.
On May 31, 1974, it was merged into the Petrobras System as the Manaus Refinery (Reman) and, in 1996, in honor of its pioneering founder, we renamed it the Isaac Sabbá Refinery.
The refinery has been investing in all of its areas since 1995. In 2000, with the new distillation unit going on stream, its throughput was brought up to 46,000 barrels of oil per day. Today, in tune with new technologies and market requirements, it is undertaking bold planning on various work fronts seeking to ensure its continual upgrading and competitive edge.
The refinery is self-sufficient in energy, featuring a thermoelectric power station that produces and distributes 5.8 megawatts, enough to meet the demand for energy of a city of 35,000 inhabitants.
Units under construction:
- Naphtha hydrodesulfurization (HDS);
- Fractionation Unit;
- Catalytic Reform Unit;
- Thermal Cracking Unit Brando;
- Diesel Hydrotreatment Unit;
- Sulfuric Acid production unit;
- Unit for Treatment with Diethanolamine;
- Acidic Water Treatment Unit.
- Existing units:
- Direct Distillation Unit;
- Catalytic Cracking Unit.
Isaac Sabbá has operated, since 2000, with a throughput of 7,300,000 liters of oil per day, or 46,000 barrels per day.
LPG, petrochemical naphtha, gasoline, aviation kerosene, diesel fuel, fuel oils, light oil for electrical turbines, oil to generate energy, asphalt.
Markets it serves:
States of Pará, Amapá, Rondônia, Acre, Amazonas and Roraima.