03 March 2011 21:50 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (ICIS)--Chevron Phillips Chemical (CPChem) avoided a full shutdown of operating units following a power outage earlier this week at its Cedar Bayou plant in southeast Texas, a customer said on Thursday.
The company expected to lose a small amount of production as a result of the power outage, the source said.
Calls to company officials were not immediately returned.
The emissions event began on 28 February at 17:35 local time (23:35 GMT) and is scheduled to end on 3 March, according to the TCEQ report.
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