Motiva restarts CDU, coker, hydrocracker in Port Arthur, Texas, refinery: sources

HOUSTON (Reuters) – Motiva Enterprises restarted its largest and second-largest crude oil distillation (CDU), coker and hydrocracker units on Saturday at its 607,000 barrels per day (bpd) in Port Arthur, Texas, sources familiar with said. plant operations.

The 325,000 bpd VPS-5 and 195,000 bpd VPS-4 CDUs, 110,000 bpd DCU-2 coker and 105,000 bpd Hydrocracker HCU = 2 are the first units to restart as Motiva continues to carry the entire refinery, which is the largest, returns to production after an August 25 shutdown due to Hurricane Laura, the sources said.

Reporting by Erwin Seba, editing by Louise Heavens


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