Total Halts Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit at Grandpuits for Maintenance

Source: Reuters 8/23/2016, Location: Europe

French oil and gas company Total has shut down the fluid catalytic cracking unit at its 102,000 bpd Grandpuits refinery for maintenance, a company spokesman said. The shutdown of the unit, which produces about 31,000 barrels-per-day of light products such as petrol and diesel, will last several days and does not affect operations in other parts of the refinery, the spokesman said.


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