The following table lists planned and unplanned
production outages at US refineries as reported by Dow
Jones Newswires. The information is compiled from both
official and unofficial refining sources and doesn't purport
to be a comprehensive list.
Citgo Petroleum Corp. said June 27 that its Lemont, Ill.,
refinery has resolved "support system disruptions" it
experienced during storms, with no production impact.
Alon USA Energy reported maintenance being done at its Big
Springs, Texas, refinery Thursday in a filing with state
regulators. The company reported that it is taking steps to
repair a firebox leak and reported emissions from the fluid catalytic
cracking unit's boiler.
Valero Energy reported unplanned flaring at its Wilmington,
Calif., refinery June 26 due to an issue with the third-party
hydrogen plant that supplies the refinery. No material impact
to production is expected.
Chevron started up a cogeneration unit at its Richmond,
Calif., refinery June 24. A Chevron official
said in the filing that there was no emissions impact from the
Tesoro said June 25 that its Martinez, Calif., refinery is operating normally. The
company reported a major unit startup at the facility June
Chevron reported that its Richmond, Calif., refinery
experienced at least 10 minutes of flaring June 21 caused by
swapping hydrogen compressors.
The reconfigured CDU at BP's Whiting, Ind., refinery is in
the process of restarting, a person familiar with the
refinery's operation said June 24.
Phillips 66 said June 24 that it was restarting its Arroyo
Grande, Calif., facility after it was temporarily shut down
June 23 due to a regional power outage. The restart may take
several days, the company said.
ExxonMobil reported a flaring event at its Joliet, Ill.,
refinery June 22 due to an electric failure on two G40
Flint Hills Resources reported that its Rosemount, Minn.,
refinery lost power during a storm June 21.
Tesoro reported that its Martinez, Calif., refinery experienced a brief power
outage June 19. The company said June 21 that operations at the
plant were normal.
Dow Jones Newswires