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BP Continues Refinery Turnaround At Whiting Refinery

BP Products continues with planned maintenance at its 420,000 b/d Whiting, Indiana refinery. The 110,000 b/d FCCU 500 and 29,000…

BP | Refinery Turnaround | IIR Energy | Whiting Refinery | Planned Refinery Maintenance

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Fri Nov 18 2016

Marathon Unit Sues BP Over Conditions at Texas City Refinery

A unit of Marathon Petroleum Corporation is suing two subsidiaries of BP plc over issues related to a refinery in Texas City, Texas, according to…

Marathon | BP | Refinery | Texas City | Lawsuit

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Wed Oct 12 2016

BP Seeks Buyers for Petroleum Joint-Venture Assets in China

BP plc (NYSE:BP) (London, England) is seeking buyers for its largest investment in China. BP has a 50% stake in a petrochemicals joint venture…

BP | Petrochemical | China | Refining | Sinopec

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Thu Aug 11 2016

BP Continues Refinery Turnaround At Whiting Refinery

BP Products continues with planned maintenance at its 420,000 b/d Whiting, Indiana refinery. The 110,000 b/d FCCU 500 and 29,000 b/d SF Alkylation work that began in mid-September is now scheduled to be completed and the units restarted on November 21, 2016 instead of November 14, 2016 as previously reported. The 90,000 Crude »

Marathon Unit Sues BP Over Conditions at Texas City Refinery

A unit of Marathon Petroleum Corporation is suing two subsidiaries of BP plc over issues related to a refinery in Texas City, Texas, according to various news outlets. Marathon bought the refinery from BP in 2013 for roughly $2.4 billion. Marathon alleges that conditions at the 459,000 barrel-per-day (BBL/d) refinery and three adjoining product terminals are far »

BP Seeks Buyers for Petroleum Joint-Venture Assets in China

BP plc (NYSE:BP) (London, England) is seeking buyers for its largest investment in China. BP has a 50% stake in a petrochemicals joint venture with China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (Sinopec). According to Reuters, the petrochemical refinery, SECCO, could bring in between $2 billion and $3 billion, as BP attempts to shed assets of which it lacks control. Sinopec, »