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The Sacramento Area Council of Governments, which represents local cities and counties, had requested extra time, saying they are concerned about the project's safety risks...Valero is asking the city of Benicia for an OK to begin receiving daily
The price of oil has been falling steadily for more than a week, dipping to $102 US a barrel Thursday in New York as worries over world oil supply diminish. Instead, the supply and demand situation closer to home tends to have a bigger effect on the
Illegal' La Honda oil refinery faces shutdown The state of California and Bay Area air regulators are trying to shut down a La Honda oil refinery they say has been illegally operating without a permit for 16 years and spewing potential pollution into
A spokesman for Iraqi counterterrorism forces says government airstrikes have targeted a group of Sunni militants trying to overrun the country's largest oil refinery, and claims as many as 30 insurgents were killed. Sabah al-Nuaman says a government
New Zealand's Marsden Point oil refinery is taking advantage of historically low wholesale prices for locally produced natural gas to improve its refining margins as electricity companies, in particular, continue to use far less gas than in the past.
Preseli Pembrokeshire MP Stephen Crabb confirmed a breakthrough in the deal for the Murco plant had been made. The future of the plant had been in doubt with owners Murphy Oil announcing it was no longer buying crude oil to be processed at the site.
Contra Costa County is traversed by seismic faults, railroad tracks and pipelines, and its shore is lined with petroleum refineries, chemical plants and other industrial installations. And yet, with a population of almost 1.1 million, a grand jury
On Tuesday morning, the state-run Iraqiya news agency said Iraqi security forces still control the Baiji oil refinery. The report also said Iraqi special forces have killed the militant leader who led the attacks against the refinery and goes by the
48 Fighting at the country's largest refinery threatens national energy supplies [Reuters] Iraqi forces have fought fierce battles with armed rebels around the country's biggest oil refinery at Baiji, 200km north of the capital, shutting down the
AP Islamist-led militants and pro-government forces are engaged in fierce battles for the Baiji oil refinery and Tal Afar airport in northern Iraq . Baiji, Iraq 's biggest refinery, is surrounded by the rebels, who say they have seized most of Tal