Each year, alongside another refining by-product -- sulphur, we move approximately 100,000 MT of petcoke to various ports in Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia.
Petroleum coke, or more commonly simply referred to as petcoke, is one of the residue product produced during oil refining. The process to further refine the crude residue into petcoke is known as coking. Petcoke has a variety of uses as an alternative, cost-effective fuel.
In this region, petroleum coke is typically used as a source of carbon for industrial applications, and is a source of fuel for cement kilns and electric power plants.