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Philadelphia Refinery Said to Begin Turnaround After Outage


January 29, 2013 | Bloomberg News | Philadelphia Energy Solutions’ Philadelphia refinery will begin a turnaround today that was scheduled for February, after an unplanned outage shut units, according to a person familiar with operations at the site.

The Philadelphia refinery plans to increase crude-by-rail capacity by bringing in more than three trains of oil per day after the first half of the year, Philip Rinaldi, the company’s chief executive officer, said by phone from Philadelphia on Jan. 16. The plant currently receives about two trains a day, which each carry about 80,000 barrels.

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