The latest Keystone delay has created a new opening for foes of the pipeline, this time in South Dakota.
Gulf Coast gasoline strengthened after Western Refining Inc.’s El Paso, Texas, refinery shut overnight because of a power outage.
West Texas Sour weakened against the U.S. benchmark crude as Western Refining Inc.’s El Paso plant in Texas reduced production after an unplanned outage on a fluid catalytic cracker.
Western Refining Inc. expects a connection between its Yorktown terminal and deepwater port in Virginia and a Colonial Pipeline Co. line, according to a slide presentation on the refiner’s website.
West Texas Sour oil weakened to the cheapest versus benchmark West Texas Intermediate in almost seven weeks because of decreased demand during refinery maintenance and growing production.
Western Texas crude weakened prior to maintenance at a refinery that’s a large consumer of oil produced in the region.
Western Refining Inc. said power outages from a storm caused it to shut all hydrogen consuming and producing plants at its El Paso, Texas, refinery.
West Texas Sour crude strengthened against the U.S. benchmark after a refinery that processes the high-sulfur grade finished maintenance.
Western Refining Inc., the owner of refineries near the Permian Basin in West Texas and New Mexico, rose the most in two months with Permian crude at a record discount to U.S. benchmark prices.
Western Refining Inc. will idle its Yorktown, Virginia, refinery because of a “poor outlook for East Coast refining margins,” the company said in a second- quarter earnings statement.
"Our view is that a number of factors come into play impacting the Midland spread."
- Gary Hanson on Oct 31, 2013