DOW JONES NEWSWIRES The following table lists unplanned and planned production outages at U.S. refineries as reported by Dow Jones Newswires. The information is compiled from both official and unofficial refining sources and doesn't purport to be a comprehensive list. Sunoco Inc.'s (SUN) Philadelphia refinery (Girard Point) crude unit shut by a brief fire on May 9 is expected to reach planned rate by May 19, a person familiar with the plant said on May 14. The process of restarting BP's (BP) Cherry Point refinery in Ferndale, Wash., is expected to conclude by the end of May, a person familiar with operations at the plant said Wednesday. The plant was shut on Feb. 17 when a fire damaged the crude unit. Maintenance was performed at other unspecified units. Valero Energy Corp. (VLO) on May 16 said a small fire at its Corpus Christi, Texas, refinery didn't affect production. The noon time fire occurred at a butamer unit that was shut for planned maintenance. Valero Energy Corp. on May 16 said the alkylation unit and FCCU at its Meraux, La., refinery are in restart and will be operating at normal rates by June 1. The units had been down since January as part of planned maintenance turnaround. Valero Energy Corp. on May 16 said a brief power outage at its Memphis, Tennessee, on May 14 resulted in flaring, but had no material impact to production. Valero Energy Corp. on May 15 reported compressor problems at its Houston and Port Arthur, Texas, refineries. Neither plant experienced any material impact to production, the company said on May 16. BP PLC on May 15 said planned flaring could occur at its Carson, Calif., refinery through May 21; the flaring isn't associated with equipment breakdown, a filing to environmental regulators said. Delek US Holdings, Inc. (DK) on May 15 its Tyler, Texas, refinery is expected to average between 45,000 and 50,000 barrels-a-day, down from 62,000 b/d, while repairs continue at the plant's FCCU. The unit was shut May 10 after a May 7 restart attempt failed. Also on May 15, Delek said its El Dorado, Arkansas, refinery has been operating at reduced rates since May 1 due to the temporary suspension of crude oil deliveries from its supplier Exxon Mobil. The company has secured additional feedstocks that should allow the refinery to average total throughput of at least 60,000 barrels a day during May and June, which is down from its boiler-plate capacity of 70,000 barrels a day. Pasadena Refining Systems Inc. on May 15 said all process units at its oil refinery in Pasadena, Texas, are operating and producing at normal rates. This includes the key gasoline-making fluid catalytic cracking unit, or FCCU, that was shut May 12 when a loss of power caused two steam-producing boilers to go off line. Traders doing business with Chevron Corp. (CVX) on May 14 said the May 12 planned unit shutdown at Chevron's Richmond, Calif., refinery involves the FCCU and hydrotreater unit. Maintenance is expected to last for two weeks, they said. Chevron on May 12 notified California state environmental regulators of possible emissions during the unit shutdown. Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM) on May 14 said work is progressing to restart the compressor that malfunctioned last week at its oil refinery in Beaumont, Texas. The compressor snag occurred at the same coker unit recently restarted after several weeks of turnaround maintenance; it had reached normal operating rates on May 10, the company said at that time. Separately, on May 14, Exxon Mobil said a hydrocracker unit taken off line on May 10 at its Beaumont, Texas, refinery is returning to normal operations following repairs to its recycle compressor. For more detailed information, search Dow Jones Newswires using the code N/REF. Operator Refinery Capacity Description Restart (in 000s bbl/day) UNPLANNED CANADA CARIBBEAN EAST COAST Sunoco Philadelphia 330.0 Girard Point crude unit seen May 19 PA at planned rate by May 19; it was shut by May 9 fire. MIDWEST Delek El Dorado 70.0 Rates reduced by 10K b/d due crude oil delivery suspension by Exxon Mobil. Additional supply has been secured, the co. said on May 15. Valero Memphis, TN 195.0 Brief power outage on May 15 had no material impact to production, the co. said on May 16. GULF COAST Delek Tyler, TX 62.0 Rates reduced to 45k-50K b/d until end-May while repairs continue at FCCU shut by May 7 power failure, the co.said on May 15. Exxon Beaumont 345.0 Work to restart coker unit Mobil TX compressor continues, the co. said on May 14. Hydrocracker unit shut on May May 14 10 is returning to normal ops, the co. said on May 14. Motiva Port Arthur 600.0 Brief fire on May 12 shuts lube TX hydrocracking unit- filing. Pasadena Pasadena TX 100.0 All process units operating and May 15 Refining producing, the co. said on May 15. This includes the FCCU shut on May 12 loss when boilers shut on a power interruption. Work to rebuild coker unit damaged in Dec. 2011 fire will begin, the co. said on May 4. Phillips Sweeny TX 247.0 Efforts to resume normal rates 66 continue following power out- age earlier in the day, the co. on May 12- filing. Valero Corpus 310.0 Small flange fire at butamer Christi TX unit that was shut for mainte- nance had no affect on pro- duction, the co. said on May 16. Valero Port Arthur 310.0 Wet gas compressor at coker TX unit tripped on May 15; no material impact to production the co. said on May 16. MIDWEST ROCKIES WEST COAST BP Ferndale, 230.0 Restart process expected to WA conclude by the end of May. The refinery shut on Feb 17 due to crude unit fire. PLANNED CANADA Husky Saskatchewan 21-days maintenance set in 1stH Upgrader first half 2012 at hydrogen 2012 plant, the co. said on Feb 9. Husky Saskatchewan Major turnaround to take place Spring Refinery in spring of 2013. Plant-wide 2013 shutdown for inspection and equipment repairs. CARIBBEAN HOVENSA St. Croix 350.0 Refinery shutdown completed, the Feb 21 co. said on Feb. 21. The facility 2012 will be operated as a products storage terminal. Valero Aruba 235.0 Operations will be suspended at the end of March due to eco- nomics, the co. said on Mar 19. EAST COAST Phillips Trainer, PA 185.0 Delta Airlines buys refinery 66 on April 30, 2012. Operations were idled on Sept. 30, 2011 for economic reasons. PBF Delaware City 190.0 Planned work currently under way Energy DE the co. said on May 7. Scope and duration not disclosed. Sunoco Philadelphia 335.0 Energy Partners buys Sunoco Inc.; PA deal to close 4Q 2012. Sunoco Marcus Hook 190.0 Marcus Hook shut Dec. 1 ahead of schedule due to poor refining econo- economics. GULF COAST BP Texas City 406.6 FCCU No. 3 and Alkylation unit N/A TX down for routine maintenance that began around Jan. 5 continues, a person familiar with the refinery said on May 11. Restart estimate not available. Flint Corpus 300.0 Coker unit maintenance combined Hills Christi TX with hydrocracker unit restart to cause emissions and flaring on May 12. Exxon Beaumont 345.0 Crude Unit B, Coker Unit and May 11 Mobil TX associated units at normal rates 2012 following turnaround maintenance that started on Apr 1, the co. said on May 11. Holly Artesia, NM 100.0 Crude runs will be reduced by Early Frontier 50% during 30 days of major turn- 2012 maintenance in early 2012, the Co. said on Aug. 5. Phillips Belle Chasse 247.0 Refinery up for sale a 66 LA Nov. 29 Bloomberg News report said. Valero McKee TX 170.0 FCCU in restart after turnaround May 11 that began on Mar 31 the co. said on May 11. Vacuum unit turnaround planned in first half of 2012, company said. Expansion project announced March 2011 to increase crude oil throughput by 25,000 b/d to 195,000 b/d. Valero Meraux, LA 135.0 Co. on May 16 said the alky and June 1 FCCU shut Jan 2 for turnaround are restarting and at normal rates by June 1. Valero Norco, LA 185.0 Hydrocracker project will pro- 2013 ceed and be completed in late 2013, the co. said on 7/27/10. Upgrade project to build 2012 a new diesel hydrotreater unit moved from 2010 to 4Q 2012. Valero Port Arthur 325.0 Hydrocracker project will pro- 2012 TX ceed and be completed in late 2012. MIDWEST Citgo Lemont, IL 167.0 Equipment failure and emissions reported on May 10. Unclear if event is associated with planned maintenance currently under way. Portion of refinery shut for May 29 30 days of planned maintenance, on Apr 29 the co. said. No details provided. CVR Wynnewood 54.0 30-40 days maintenance planned Q3 OK in 3rd Q 2013, the co. said on 2013 Nov. 3, 2011. Holly Tulsa, OK 125.0 The entire refinery will be shut Late Frontier while West Plant section under- 2012 goes major turnaround maintenance in late 2012, the Co. said on Aug. 5, 2011. Husky Lima, OH 160.0 15-days of maintenance at diesel 4Q Energy hydrotreater; 29-day at aromatics 2012 unit set for 4Q 2012, the co. on Feb 9. New 20,000-b/d kerosene hydro- 1stH treater will start up in 1st 2013 half 2013, to co. said on Feb 9, 2012. 45-days of major turnaround 2014 scheduled in 2014; 70% of units involved. Remaining 30% will under go major turnaround in 2015, the co. said on Feb 9, 2012. Husky Toledo, OH 140.0 Minor turnaround planned in mid- mid-2012 Energy 2012; the partial outage will last about 21 days, the co. said on Feb. 9. Tesoro Mandan, ND 58.0 Total crude-oil processing capa- 2nd Q city to increase by 17% to 68,000 2012 b/d by 2nd quarter 2012. ROCKIES WEST COAST Alon Bakersfield 14.5 Hydrocraker Unit to restart Mid-May CA mid-May traders said on May 4. BP Carson, CA 265.0 Planned flaring may occur May 15-21; not associated with equipment breakdown- filing. Chevron Richmond 246.0 Source on May 14 said units in- May 28 CA volved in May 12 planned shutdown include FCCU and hydrotreater. Work to last for two weeks. Shell Martinez 156.4 Scheduled work (unspecified) CA is underway, the co. said on Apr 27. Traders said crude and coker unit involved; end date not provided. Tesoro Martinez 166.0 Hydrocracker has been shut for May 11- two weeks of maintenance, traders 13 said on May 2.