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Motiva’s Port Arthur Refinery Reportedly Shuts Two CDUs After Pipeline Outage

Multiple reports on Monday afternoon indicated that the largest refinery in the United States has had to temporarily shut down two crude distillation units after a reported cybersecurity attack on the Colonial Pipeline cause an outage of operations.

Motiva Enterprises' 607,000 barrel per day refinery in Port Arthur, Texas has reportedly shut in its 195,000-bpd VPS-4 CDU, its 80,000-bpd VPS-2 CDU, the 49,000-bpd reformer and 19,200-bpd lube oil hydrocracker at the project site. At this writing, Motiva had yet to discuss the status of these units nor their pending return to production.

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