PBF Energy Gross Profit 2011-2022 | PBF

PBF Energy gross profit from 2011 to 2022. Gross profit can be defined as the profit a company makes after deducting the variable costs directly associated with making and selling its products or providing its services.
PBF Energy Annual Gross Profit
(Millions of US $)
2021 $2,973
2020 $289
2019 $2,695
2018 $2,324
2017 $2,645
2016 $2,106
2015 $1,455
2014 $1,357
2013 $1,348
2012 $1,870
2011 $1,105
2010 $7
PBF Energy Quarterly Gross Profit
(Millions of US $)
2022-06-30 $2,577
2022-03-31 $817
2021-12-31 $969
2021-09-30 $699
2021-06-30 $686
2021-03-31 $620
2020-12-31 $292
2020-09-30 $159
2020-06-30 $640
2020-03-31 $-803
2019-12-31 $669
2019-09-30 $623
2019-06-30 $500
2019-03-31 $904
2018-12-31 $95
2018-09-30 $739
2018-06-30 $902
2018-03-31 $587
2017-12-31 $747
2017-09-30 $1,051
2017-06-30 $349
2017-03-31 $499
2016-12-31 $513
2016-09-30 $596
2016-06-30 $609
2016-03-31 $388
2015-12-31 $11
2015-09-30 $395
2015-06-30 $556
2015-03-31 $493
2014-12-31 $-197
2014-09-30 $589
2014-06-30 $366
2014-03-31 $599
2013-12-31 $408
2013-09-30 $195
2013-06-30 $382
2013-03-31 $363
2012-12-31 $553
2012-09-30 $463
2012-06-30 $798
2012-03-31 $56
2011-12-31
2010-12-31
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Oils/Energy Oil Refining & Marketing $4.739B $27.253B
PBF Energy Inc. is a leading refiner of crude. Through oil refineries and associated infrastructure in the U.S., the company provides end products that comprise heating oil, transportation fuels, lubricants and many related products. The operating refineries the company are: Delaware City Refinery, Paulsboro Refinery, Toledo Refinery, Chalmette Refinery, Torrance Refinery and Martinez Refinery. The major two refineries are Delaware City Refinery and Paulsboro Refinery. Through a master limited partnership (MLP) with PBF Logistics LP, PBF Energy operates oil and refined petroleum product pipelines, storage facilities and terminals. PBF Energy conducts business through two reportable segments, namely, Refining and Logistics.
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