United Refining reduces crude thruput by 35% due to Lakehead pipeline shut-down

Source: United Refining

United Refining Company has temporarily reduced its Warren, Pennsylvania crude thruput until a crude line operated by Enbridge’s Lakehead System in Kalamazoo, Michigan can be repaired.

On July 26, a leak was detected in the Line 6B pipeline on Enbridge’s Lakehead System in Michigan and was subsequently shut down. In response to the partial reduction of its crude deliveries, United Refining will be temporarily reducing crude run rates by approximately 35%.

United Refining’s supply group is evaluating alternative crude and product sourcing options. The company will continue to assess the situation as more information becomes available.

United Refining Company’s crude supply is substantially all Canadian and delivered to Warren through the Enbridge pipeline system to the Company’s crude oil terminal in West Seneca, New York.

United Refining Company, a leading regional refiner and marketer of petroleum products operates a 70,000 bpd refinery in Warren, Pennsylvania.



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