Bangchak Green Net (BGN) was formed to engage in service station and Inthanin Coffee Shop administration, supported by the sale of other consumer products in Bai Chak and Lemon Green stores to accommodate continual expansion in Bangchak’s retail business.
Located in Amphoe Bang Pa-In, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Bangchak Biofuel (BBF) was founded to develop and produce biodiesel based mainly on crude palm oil. With a current capacity of 360,000 liters per day, it boasts environment-based management, evident in its design and construction of a wastewater treatment system that has achieved the water quality certified by the Department of Industrial Works. In addition, it constructed an artificial swamp that relies on nature to treat the water once again before reusing treated wastewater in plant processes. This is maximization of water consumption without discharge to public waterways. Today, BBF is testing the production process of its second biodiesel unit with a capacity of 450,000 liters per day, which will raise its B100 capacity to 810,000 liters per day. The second biodiesel unit is expected to commence its commercial production in July 2016.
BCPG was founded to engage in renewable-energy power generation business and investment, including the operation of phase 1 (38 megawatts, MW) of the solar power generation (“Sunny Bangchak”) project in Amphoe Bang Pa-In, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya.
Wholly owned by BCPG, Bangchak Solar Energy (BSE) is formed to manage phase 2 (32 MW) of the solar power generation (“Sunny Bangchak”) project, located in Amphoe Bamnet Narong, Chaiyaphum, and Amphoe Bang Pa-Han, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, each with a capacity of 16 MW, together with phase 3 (total of 48 MW), operated by five subsidiaries. These are located at Amphoe Kabin Buri, Prachin Buri (16 MW), Amphoe Dan Khun Thot, Nakhon Ratchasima (8 MW), Amphoe Prakhon Chai, Buri Ram (8 MW), Amphoe Nong Ki, Buri Ram (8 MW), and Tambon Hua Thale, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya (8 MW).
With BCPG’s phase 1 capacity, Bangchak is now able to generate and distribute power through PV generation to fulfill the 118-MW amount under the PPA.
Bangchak Retail (BCR) was formed to engage in businesses related to food, beverages, consumer products, wholesale and retail sale, transportation, education, and warehouse.
Located at Amphoe Phanom Sarakham in Chachoengsao province, Bangchak Bioethanol (Chachoengsao) (BBE) was formed to engage in businesses related to production/distribution of ethanol, cassava starch slurry and produce fuel grade ethanol.
Incorporated in Singapore, BCP Energy (BCPE) runs and invests in international businesses concerning energy, petrochemicals, and natural resources. Today it invests in Nido Petroleum Limited at 81.4% of the common shares.
Incorporated in Singapore, BCP Innovation (BCPI) runs and invests in international innovation businesses. Today it invests in Western Lithium USA Corporation at 7% of the common shares (as of January 2016).
Incorporated in Singapore, BCP Trading (BCPT) was formed to trade commodities which include crude oil, petroleum products, petrochemicals and other related chemicals and to conduct other businesses that would benefit the company including but not limited to hedging, chartering, storage and distribution.
Registered in the Australian stock exchange, Nido Petroleum (Nido) explores for and produces petroleum with an investment focus in Southeast Asia. It holds rights in producing fields, namely Galoc, Nido, and Matinloc in the Philippines with a current combined output of 6,000 barrels per day. In addition, it hold rights in fields under development and exploration, namely West Linapacan in the Philippines and Gurita in Indonesia.
Located at Amphoe Na Yia, Ubon Ratchathani, Ubon Bio Ethanol (UBE) engages in the ethanol business with a current capacity of 400,000 liters per day (132 million liters per year) based on fresh cassava, cassava chips, or molasses. Its subsidiary engages in processing cassava into flour with a capacity of 700 tons of flour per day and a biogas power generation plant derived from the treatment of wastewater produced with flour and ethanol processes. Today the second production unit is under commissioning, due to be completed in early 2016.
Bongkot Marine Services was formed to engage in businesses related to floating storage unit.
Fuel Pipeline Transportation (FPT) was formed to engage in the business of fuel transportation by underground multiproduct pipeline from Bangchak Refinery. The route follows the railway route to the Chong Nonsi Oil Depot, on to Don Mueang International Airport Oil Depot, and finally to Bangchak’s Oil Depot at Amphoe Bang Pa-In and to FPT. A pipeline connection was made at the Makkasan area with the system of JP One Asset Co., Ltd., to supply aviation fuel to Suvarnabhumi International Airport.
*formerly Western Lithium USA Corporation (WLC)
Registered in the Toronto stock exchange, Canada, Lithium Americas Corp (LAC) operates a lithium mining business with lithium carbonate and lithium hydroxide, both of which are key raw materials for ceramic, glass, lubricant and battery. Battery has remarkable growth for various products, namely hybrid vehicle, electric vehicle, electrical appliance, and battery for large-scale electricity consumption. LAC has 2 projects under developing, Argentina and United State of America. LAC is engaged in lithium mining in Argentina and set up a 50/50 joint-venture with Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile S.A. (SQM) (a world leader in lithium production). The production is expected to start in 2017 at a capacity of 40,000 tons per year. For the USA project, it is expected to start in 2019 at an eventual capacity of 26,000 tons per year. In addition, WLC’s business is in soil compounds (drilling mud) for petroleum exploration and production drilling, with sale beginning in 2015 at 10,000 tons per year in capacity.