Who owns Delek? Delek Finance, Inc. Delaware Delek Renewables, LLC Delaware NLR Energy Logistics LLC Delaware Delek Helena, LLC Delaware Delek Rail Logistics, Inc. Texas Where are Delek refineries? The refineries are located in Tyler,
Who owns Delek?
|Delek Finance, Inc.||Delaware|
|Delek Renewables, LLC||Delaware|
|NLR Energy Logistics LLC||Delaware|
|Delek Helena, LLC||Delaware|
|Delek Rail Logistics, Inc.||Texas|
Where are Delek refineries?
The refineries are located in Tyler, Texas; Big Spring, Texas; Krotz Springs, Louisiana; and El Dorado, Arkansas. Our system processes primarily light crude oil sourced from the Permian Basin, East Texas, Gulf Coast and local production near our refinery locations.
How many employees does Delek have?
Headquartered in Brentwood, Tennessee, Delek US is a Fortune 500 company employing more than 3,500 employees across nine states. The inland refining system includes four refineries with about 70% of its crude oil sourced from the Permian Basin by way of Delek and third-party pipelines and gathering systems.
Who owns the refinery in Big Spring TX?
ALON USA acquired ownership of the Big Spring, Texas refinery in August 2000, when ALON Israel Oil Company Ltd. purchased the U.S. fuels marketing and refining assets of Atofina Petrochemicals, Inc. (FINA).
Is Alon Gas American?
The convenience-store retail business Delek U.S. has acquired with Alon USA is the largest 7-Eleven licensee in the United States and operates more than 300 c-stores that market motor fuels in Central and West Texas and New Mexico….Delek U.S./Alon.
Where does Alon gas come from?
Our parent company, ALON USA, owns and operates sour and heavy crude oil refineries in Big Spring, Texas and Paramount, Long Beach and Bakersfield, California. Additionally, our supply comes from a light sweet crude oil refinery in Krotz Springs, Louisiana.
Who owns DK convenience?
Southwest Convenience Stores
Delek US Holdings, which completed its acquisition of Alon USA Energy in 2017, is in the process of rebranding as DK the stores owned by Southwest Convenience Stores. Through its acquisition of Alon, Delek is now the largest 7-Eleven licensee in the United States.