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Phillips 66 plans key maintenance on Borger refinery alkylation unit

11.12.2013  | 

The 146,000-bpd Borger refinery runs primarily medium, sour crudes delivered by pipelines from western Texas, the Texas Panhandle, Wyoming and Canada. The plant supplies gasoline, diesel and other fuels to markets in Texas, New Mexico, Colorado and the US midcontinent region.

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By LYNN DOAN
Bloomberg

Phillips 66’s Borger oil refinery in Texas will shut an alkylation unit in March for maintenance, a person familiar with the schedule said.

Repairs on the unit, which produces a high octane blending component for gasoline, will begin in the first week of that month, said the person, who asked not to be identified because the information isn’t public.

Rich Johnson, a spokesman at Phillips 66’s headquarters in Houston, declined by e-mail to comment.

The 146,000-bpd  Borger refinery runs primarily medium, sour crudes delivered by pipelines from western Texas, the Texas Panhandle, Wyoming and Canada, the company’s website shows. The plant supplies gasoline, diesel and other fuels to markets in Texas, New Mexico, Colorado and the US midcontinent region, according to the website.



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