Nigeria, the giant of Africa has four refineries in total but as for how many of them are working, only three of them are confirmed to be. Two of Nigerian refineries are located Portharcort, one located in Warri and the other is located in Kaduna.
PORT HARCOURT REFINING COMPANY (PHRC): This at Alesa Eleme near Port Harcourt. It was established 1965 and has the capacity of producing 60,000 barrels of petroleum per day.
WARRI REFINERY: The Warri Refinery, the first Nigerian government wholly owned refinery. It was commissioned in 1978 and built to process 100,000 barrels of crude oil per day but was later de-bottlenecked to process 125,000 barrels per day.
KADUNA REFINERY: The Kaduna refinery was established in 1989 with the capacity to produce 110,000 barrels of petroleum per day. occupies an area of 2.89 Square Kilometers.
NEW PORT HARCORT REFINERY: The new refinery commissioned in 1989 with an installed capacity of 150,000 barrels per day. This brings the combined crude processing capacity of the Port Harcourt Refinery to 210,000 barrels per day.
Question: How Many Refineries Does Nigeria Have?
Answer: Check article above