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Phillips 66 has paid $17,075 to resolve pollution violations involving wastewater from the company's Billings refinery. The Montana Department of Environmental Quality says the Texas-based company's refinery exceeded chlorine limits in its wastewater
ConocoPhillips said Thursday first-quarter production will slightly exceed its average target for the year as the energy supplier tapped the well-known Phillips 66 gas station brand as the name for its new refining spin-off. Meanwhile, energy stocks
Articles Since the oil company idled its Trainer refinery near Philadelphia in September, it has received at least five bids for the plant, which refines up to 185,000 barrels of oil a day, Reuters reported. The Trainer refinery is one of several
Recent decisions by Sunoco Inc. to sell or close its South Philadelphia and Marcus Hook refineries, and by ConocoPhillips to shut down, if it can't sell, its Trainer, Delaware County, refinery has given fresh fodder to opponents of deepening the
Mont. (AP) — Several landowners whose property was damaged when an ExxonMobil Corp. pipeline spilled oil into the Yellowstone River have filed a lawsuit seeking unspecified damages for long-term harm to their property and businesses.
Several landowners whose property was damaged when an ExxonMobil pipeline spilled oil into the Yellowstone River in July have filed a lawsuit against the oil giant. The Billings Gazette reports ( http://bit.ly/rk3DxI ) attorney Cliff Edwards filed a
The HollyFrontier facility in Tulsa and ConocoPhillips' refinery in Ponca City suffered outages on Monday. HollyFrontier's was brief and not weather related, spokesman Neale Hickerson said...Hickerson did not comment on the cause of the temporary
tool goes here ConocoPhillips' plan to split into two separate companies isn't expected to mean big changes at its Ferndale-area refinery. The company announced Thursday, July 14, that it intends to separate its refining business from its exploration
State oil giant Saudi Aramco denied it was involved in a deal to buy a crude oil refinery in Germany owned by US oil firm ConocoPhillips. "There is no factual basis to the claim of Saudi Aramco involvement," the company said in an e-mailed statement.
Idaho A hearing officer recommended Tuesday that the Idaho Transportation Department issue four permits to allow ConocoPhillips to ship oversized oil-refinery equipment from Idaho to Montana. In his 57-page recommendation, Boise attorney Merlyn Clark