BP Plc has delayed the restart of its 475,000-barrel-a-day Texas City, Texas, refinery after an external power failure forced its chemical plant to shut down, said a person with knowledge of the situation.
BP Plc agreed to pay a record $50.6 million U.S. fine for failing to correct safety shortfalls at a Texas refinery after a 2005 explosion that killed 15 workers, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration said today.
A BP Plc unit will pay $15 million, the largest-ever Clean Air Act penalty on a single facility, to resolve claims stemming from two fires and a leak at a Texas refinery that killed 15 people, the Justice Department said.
Pastor Bob McCartney of First Baptist Church tries to love his neighbor as himself. He’s just not thrilled that Wichita Falls will soon have him drinking water that once swirled down his neighbor’s toilet.