Alon: no impact from upset at Bakersfield refinery
HOUSTON, July 11 (Reuters) - Alon USA Energy (ALJ.N) said there was no impact on production from upsets over the weekend on a sulfur unit at its Bakersfield, California refinery.
"Other than a couple of trips on the sulfur unit, everything ran perfectly fine for us in Bakersfield over the weekend," Chief Operating Officer Joseph Israel said.
"We are now converting gasoil into CARB diesel and CARBOB gasoline for the California/Bakersfield market in our Bakersfield refinery."
Alon operates a 14,500-barrels-per-day (bpd) hydrocracker and an 8,000-bpd reformer at the Bakersfield plant, which makes completed motor fuels that meet strict environmental standards set by the California Air Resources Board. (Reporting by Erwin Seba; Editing by Dale Hudson)
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