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Phillips 66 restarts all Alliance refinery units after Hurricane Isaac outage

09.17.2012  | 

The 247,000 bpd refinery was taken offline during the approach of Isaac, which made landfall in southeast Louisiana Aug. 28 as a Category 1 hurricane and caused flooding at the refinery. Phillips 66 said Saturday it had restarted some unspecified units at Alliance.

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By BEN LEFEBVRE

Phillips 66 expects to have all of the fuel production units restarted at its Alliance refinery in Belle Chasse, La., by the end of the week, the company said Monday.

The 247,000 bpd refinery was taken offline during the approach of Isaac, which made landfall in southeast Louisiana Aug. 28 as a Category 1 hurricane and caused flooding at the refinery.

Phillips 66 said Saturday it had restarted some unspecified units at Alliance.



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