The Toledo refinery has a throughput capacity of approximately 180,000 bpd and a Nelson complexity rating of 11.0. Toledo processes a slate of light, sweet crudes from Canada, the Mid-continent, the Bakken region and the U.S. Gulf Coast. Toledo produces a high volume of finished products including gasoline and ultra-low sulfur diesel, in addition to a variety of high-value petrochemicals including nonene, xylene, tetramer and toluene.
The Toledo petroleum refinery is located on a 282-acre site near Toledo, Ohio, 60 miles south of Detroit. Major units at the Toledo refinery include an FCC unit, a hydrocracker, an alkylation unit and an UDEX unit. Crude is delivered to, and finished products are exported from, the Toledo refinery primarily through a network of pipelines.