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7102 Commerce Way

Brentwood, TN 37027

United States

Phone: 615-771-6701

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Delek US Holdings, Inc., an integrated downstream energy company, focuses on petroleum refining, the transportation, storage, and wholesale distribution of crude oil and refined products, and convenience store retailing businesses. Segments The company operates through three segments: Refining, Logistics, and Retail. Refining This segment operates independent refineries in Tyler, Texas (the Tyler refinery) and El Dorado, Arkansas (the El Dorado refinery) with a combined design crude distillation capacity of 140,000 bpd. The Tyler refinery sells the majority of its production over a refinery truck rack owned and operated by the company’s logistics segment to supply the local market in the east Texas area. The El Dorado refinery sells a portion of its production at the refinery truck rack, which is owned and operated by its logistics segment, but the majority of the refinery's production is shipped into the Enterprise Pipeline System and its logistics segment's El Dorado Pipeline system to supply a combination of pipeline bulk sales and wholesale rack sales at terminal locations along the pipeline, including Shreveport, Louisiana, North Little Rock, Arkansas, Memphis, Tennessee, and Cape Girardeau, Missouri. The majority of the crude oil the company purchased in 2013 was sourced from inland domestic sources originating primarily from areas of Texas and Arkansas. The company receives crude oil delivered by rail car to the El Dorado refinery that originates primarily from other parts of the United States and Canada. It also owns and operates two biodiesel facilities involved in the production of biodiesel fuels and related activities, the second of which was purchased in January 2014. The company’s refining system produces various petroleum-based products used in transportation and industrial markets which are sold to a range of customers located principally in inland, domestic markets. Refining System Production Slate: The company’s refining system processes a combination of light sweet and medium sour crude oils which, when refined, results in a product mix consisting principally of higher-value transportation fuels, such as gasoline, distillate and jet fuel. A lesser portion of the company’s overall production consists of residual products, including paving asphalt, roofing flux and other products with industrial applications. Refined Product Sales and Distribution: The company’s refining segment sells products on a wholesale basis to inter-company and third-party customers located around east Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee and the Ohio River Valley, including gulf coast markets and areas along the Enterprise Pipeline System. Refining Segment - Tyler Refinery: The company’s Tyler refinery has a nameplate crude throughput capacity of 60,000 bpd. The Tyler refinery is the major distributor of a range of refined petroleum products within a radius of approximately 100 miles of its location. The refinery is situated on approximately 100 out of a total of approximately 600 contiguous acres of land (excluding pipelines) that the company owns in Tyler, Texas and adjacent areas. The Tyler refinery has access to crude oil pipeline systems that allow the company access to East Texas, West Texas, Gulf of Mexico and foreign crude oils. The Tyler refinery has a crude oil processing unit with a 60,000 bpd atmospheric column and a 21,000 bpd vacuum tower. The other major processing units at the Tyler refinery include a 20,200 bpd fluid catalytic cracking unit, a 6,500 bpd delayed coking unit, a 22,000 bpd naphtha hydrotreating unit, a 13,000 bpd gasoline hydrotreating unit, a 22,000 bpd distillate hydrotreating unit, a 17,500 bpd continuous regeneration reforming unit, a 5,000 bpd isomerization unit, and a sulfuric alkylation unit with a alkylate production capacity of 4,720 bpd. The Tyler refinery has a Nelson Complexity Factor of 9.5. The Tyler refinery primarily produces two grades of gasoline (premium - 93 octane and regular - 87 octane), as well as jet fuels and aviation gasoline. The Tyler refinery offers both E-10 and biodiesel blended products. The majority of the company’s transportation fuels and oth

 

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