26 August 2011 10:50 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS)--Brazilian energy major Petrobras has been told to work on new safety procedures at its ?xml:namespace>
Local authorities told Petrobras officials to improve conditions at the plant in a meeting on 24 August, the company said. This followed an explosion at the plant on 10 August which killed a worker, and a small fire at the same facility on 22 August.
"During a meeting with local authorities in
The refinery was shut down on 10 August at the request of local officials after a blast that killed a Petrobras employee, and was being gradually restarted when the fire broke out.
The plant, at
Local chemicals facilities were not affected by the explosion.
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