Reliance Industries’ (RIL) special economic zone (SEZ) in Jamnagar is expected to export goods worth at least Rs 50,000 crore by March 2010, and is to emerge as one of the largest SEZs in the country. The Rs 25,000 crore Jamnagar Export Refinery Project (JERP) located in the SEZ became functional on December 25, 2008. But it became fully operational only in July this year. Exports from the refinery have already touched Rs 18,000 crore till August 31. The refining capacity of JERP is 29 mln tpa, with exports primarily aimed at the US and European markets. The refinery produces about 31,000 tons day of diesel, 25,000 tons a day of petrol, along with sulphur, pet coke, fuel oil and naphtha. The polypropylene plant in the SEZ also has a capacity of about 1 mln tpa.