Phillips Ferndale refinery reports flaring -filing
HOUSTON, June 17
HOUSTON, June 17 (Reuters) - Phillips 66's 100,000 barrel per day (bpd) Ferndale, Washington, refinery reported flaring on Friday, according to a notice filed with the U.S. National Response Center.
The cause of the flaring, which released sulfur dioxide was unknown, according to the notice.
A refinery's safety flare system is used when refinery production units cannot process hydrocarbons normally.
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