Q8 has three Joint Venture refineries located in Italy, Vietnam and Oman.
The Milazzo refinery in Italy is a joint venture between Q8 and oil and gas major ENI, is one of Europe's most sophisticated refineries and has the capability to berth the world's largest super tankers.
The Duqm Refinery (OQ8) is a grass-root Joint Venture project between Kuwait Petroleum International (Q8) and Oman Oil Company (OQ), with each having a 50% share.
Duqm Refinery is located 600 kilometers south of Muscat in the Duqm Special Economic Zone, a maritime transit hub and a logistics gateway to Oman and the region facing the Indian Ocean.
When in operation, the Refinery shall process 230,000 barrels of Kuwaiti (KEC) and Omani (OEB) crude oil per day (65% and 35% respectively) with LPG, Naphtha, ATK, Diesel, Sulphur, and Coke being its primary products. The main processing objective of the Refinery is to maximize diesel production while meeting Euro V Standards .
Nghi Son Refinery and Petrochemical (NSRP) complex in North Vietnam is one of the largest JV business in Q8's history.
NSRP is a joint venture between Q8 and its partners PetroVietnam, Idemitsu Kosan and Mitsui Chemicals, to manage Vietnam's largest refinery with a daily refining capacity of 200,000 barrels per day.