31 July 2009 12:01 [Source: ICIS news]
“The power to the refinery is externally supplied and there was an outage at around six o’clock [Friday morning]. All processing units were shut down safely and without incident,” said Robert Wine, a spokesman for BP.
“There will be an investigation, and we hope to get the refinery started as soon as possible. I’m not sure, but we hope it will be later [on Friday],” he added.
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