Alaska: Uncertainty looms downstream
BP vows to help prevent crude shortages at in-state refineries that could result from shutdown at Prudhoe Bay field
By Rose Ragsdale
For Petroleum News
When BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc. decided Aug. 6 to shut down crude production at Prudhoe Bay indefinitely, Alaska refineries joined West Coast plants and others in scrambling to prevent possible shortages of petroleum products.
BP said it would ramp down Prudhoe Bay petroleum production, which has....
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Concern in Alaska
All six refineries will be affected
Flint Hills vulnerable
BP waives 90-day-notice rule
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