The closure of an Enbridge Energy Partners LP pipeline that can ship more than one-third of oil imported by U.S. Midwest refiners has forced one company to seek other supply and pushed futures prices up the most in six weeks.
- Published on Monday, 13 September 2010 10:51
Enbridge’s 670,000-barrel-a-day Line 6A remains shut after leaking oil yesterday in Romeoville, Illinois, 30 miles (48 kilometers) southwest of Chicago. Citgo Petroleum Corp. said it’s seeking alternate supplies for its 170,500-barrel-a-day Lemont refinery.
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