25 May 1999 10:42 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (CNI)--Indian Oil Corp's (IOC) hydrocracker at its 6m tonne/year refinery in Panipat has resumed full operations after the company shut it for some two weeks' repairs, following a flash-fire that killed five workers in mid-May, CNI was informed Tuesday.
An IOC spokesman said the unit was re-started late last (17 May) week.
He added that his company - which is building a chemical complex beside the refinery - has completed its investigation into the cause of the fire. However, he declined to discuss the findings.
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