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Disaster Impact Tracker Monitors Snow-Related Refinery Outages in Western Canada, an Industrial Info Market Brief
Industry Segment: Petroleum Refining | Word Count: 95 Words
Industrial Info's Disaster Impact Tracker is monitoring two refinery outages in Western Canada that were caused by a severe snow and ice storm.
Consumer Co-Operative Refineries Limited was forced to shut down its entire 130,000-barrel-per-day Regina, Saskatchewan, refinery on Tuesday due to a widespread power outage caused by a severe snow and ice storm. Due to power rationing in the area, the facility is slowly heating up the units and hopes to begin restarting them over the upcoming weekend. Gibson Energy Incorporated's 15,000-barrel-per-day Moose Jaw asphalt refinery in Saskatchewan, which also was shut down in the wake of the storm, was restarted earlier today.
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