Holly's Navajo refinery experiences power failure

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Feb. 1
-- Holly Corp.’s 100,000-b/sd Navajo refinery at Artesia, NM, experienced a plant-wide power failure late in the day on Jan. 26 due to an interruption in power supply from its local utility.

Navajo's crude rate has been reduced to about 40,000 b/d while plant personnel work to restart certain downstream processing units. Management expects that it will take several more days to return to planned operating levels.



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