Refining Community Logo

Sunoco Toledo plant/FCC at reduced capacity

Home Forums CatCracking FCCU-CatCracker Sunoco Toledo plant/FCC at reduced capacity

This topic contains 2 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  Anonymous 11 years, 10 months ago.

  • Author
    Posts
  • #3232

    Charles Randall
    Participant

    Article published Tuesday, January 13, 2009Toledos Sunoco plant at reduced capacity

    Sunoco Inc., the largest refiner in the Northeast, reported that a fluid catalytic cracker was running at reduced operating rates last week at the companys Toledo refinery.

    Sunoco reported on Dec. 19 that the gasoline-making unit was down for unplanned maintenance and that several other refinery processes were running at reduced operating rates. A company spokesman didnt immediately return phone calls for comment.

    The refinery, which straddles the Toledo and Oregon border, has the capacity to process 170,000 barrels of oil a day, U.S. Energy Department data show.

  • #6329

    Anonymous

    The Toledo and Oregon border? I knew I shouldn’t have cut so many Geography classes in school.

  • #6327

    Charles Randall
    Participant

    Yes – thats right a mind is terrible thing to waste.  Think city not state.  The cities of Toledo & Oregon actually have a dispute going over projects at border each trying to get more tax revenue from the refinery projects in play like Sunoco’s.  See some news items in local Toledo Blade paper/website.
     
    Shoot from the hip …. you get the whip!
    Regards

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.

Refining Community