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  • #3339

    Charles Randall
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    Valero Cat Cracker Is Shut at New Jersey Refinery (Update1)

    By Robert Tuttle and Aaron Clark
         Nov. 4, 2008 (Bloomberg)
    Valero Energy Corp., the largest U.S.
    refiner, said a gasoline-producing fluid catalytic cracker is
    shut for repairs at its Paulsboro, New Jersey, refinery.
         The unit, which can process 55,000 barrels a day, was shut
    after a leak of slurry oil Oct. 30, Bill Day, a company
    spokesman, said in an e-mail today.
         The Paulsboro plant, one of two Valero refineries on the
    U.S. East Coast, can process 166,000 barrels of oil a day, U.S.
    Energy Department data show.
         “We don’t expect this to be a lengthy outage,” Day said.

  • #6468

    Charles Randall
    Participant

    Valero Starts Cat Cracker at Paulsboro, New Jersey, Refinery

    By Aaron Clark
         Nov. 6, 2008 (Bloomberg)
    Valero Energy Corp., the largest U.S.
    refiner, started a gasoline-producing fluid catalytic cracker
    at
    the Paulsboro, New Jersey, refinery.
         The unit, which can process 55,000 barrels a day, was shut
    after a leak of slurry oil Oct. 30. The unit is in the process
    of returning to planned rates, Bill Day, a Valero spokesman,
    said in an e-mail.
         The Paulsboro plant, one of two Valero refineries on the
    U.S. East Coast, can process 166,000 barrels of oil a day, U.S.
    Energy Department data show.

  • #6380

    Charles Randall
    Participant

    Valero Starts Cat Cracker at New Jersey Refinery After Repair
    2008-12-31 17:18:42.158 GMT

    By Robert Tuttle
         Dec. 31, 2008 (Bloomberg) — Valero Energy Corp., the largest
    U.S. refiner, said it started a gasoline-making fluid catalytic
    cracking unit at its Paulsboro, New Jersey, refinery after
    maintenance.
         The unit returned to operation today, Bill Day, a company
    spokesman, said in a telephone interview.

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