Oil, Gas and Consumable Fuels
Company Overview of American International Refinery, Inc.
American International Refinery, Inc. (AIRI) owns a 30,000-barrel per day capacity refinery, with a 720,000-barrel storage capacity, in Lake Charles, Louisiana. The company also owns and operates the St. Marks Refinery, near Tallahassee, Florida as a distribution terminal and storage center. It refines the crude oil into naphtha, kerosene, diesel oil, and vacuum gas oil. AIRI is based in Houston, Texas. American International Refinery, Inc. operated as a subsidiary of American International Petroleum Corp. As of December 31, 2004, American International Refinery, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Pelican Refining Company L.L.C.
7055 Hollister Road
Houston, TX 77040
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