Ras Lanuf refinery, the biggest in Libya, consumes 220,000 barrels of oil per day (approx $22million at current prices) for conversion into plastics, naptha, and other petroleum products. Two large kerosene tanks were destroyed by Libyan aircraft during the revolution in March 2011 and the refinery has been shut down ever since. The refinery's power plant was also badly damaged by under-trained workers putting seawater into the cooling equipment and is waiting for repair. The refinery complex is owned by RASCO, a Libyan company. Total Libyan oil production was 1.6 million barrels per day before the revolution, and there are a handful of other oil and gas export points along the coast.