Nippon Oil - Worldwide Operations

Worldwide Operations

The company has world wide locations including JX Nippon Oil & Energy USA Inc in Itasca, Illinois, Torrance, California, and Nippon Oil Lubricants (America), LLC, in Childersburg, Alabama. ENEOS is JX Group's corporate brand. They have brought their premium brand motor oil ENEOS and SUSTINA into the United States recently. The product line includes the extremely difficult to formulate 0W-50 viscosity oil. New line of premium full synthetic motor oil SUSTINA is now available in the United States.

NOC employs over 4,222 people with additional employees from oversea divisions, and operates the following refineries throughout Japan:

  • Muroran Refinery (Nippon Petroleum Refining Co., Ltd.)
  • Sendai Refinery (NPRC)
  • Yokohama Refinery (NPRC)
  • Negishi Refinery (NPRC)
  • Mizushima Refinery (NPRC)
  • Osaka Refinery (NPRC)
  • Marifu Refinery (NPRC)

Nippon Oil Exploration also owns a 5% share of Syncrude, a Canadian oil sands mining company, through its fully owned subsidiary Mocal Energy.

The company also has technical collaboration with Tide Water Oil Co., an Indian petroleum products manufacturer. Superior quality lubricants under the brand name ENEOS are manufactured and marketed in India by Tide Water Oil Co. in India.

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