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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