Refinery shuts unit on declines; Senate considers gouging bill
The Flint Hills refinery shut down one of its three processing units because of declining demand for jet fuel, a company spokesman told a state Senate committee on March 13.
Crude Unit No. 3 produces jet fuel for Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, but a decline in landings at the busiest a....
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