01 October 2012 09:31 [Source: ICIS news]
TOKYO (ICIS)--Some major Japanese refiners have resumed marine shipments of their products as Typhoon Jelawat heads to northern ?xml:namespace>
Typhoon Jelawat was located in the east of
Cosmo Oil suspended all marine shipments from its refineries across
Cosmo Oil has a 140,000 bbl/day Sakaide refinery in Kagawa prefecture, a 220,000 bbl/day unit in
JX Nippon Oil & Energy halted marine shipments from its 270,000 bbl/day Negishi refinery in
Shipments from the Negishi refinery resumed in the afternoon, but shipments from the Sendai refinery are still suspended as of 16:00 hours Japan time on Monday, the JX Nippon Oil & Energy spokesman said.
Japanese refiner Idemitsu Kosan’s shipments were not affected by the typhoon, a company official said.
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