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Phillips 66 (2538), Lake Charles

Causal Factor: No Information Given

LDEQ Accident Number
Accident Date
Point Source(s) Notes Amount of Release
No LDEQ Reported

2007-07-05
Tank T-21 (EP-601), Tank T-22(EP-602), Tank T-91 (EP-623)
Cause: No Information Provided

Followup: No Information Provided

Notes: Permit limits exceeded. 7 Day occurrence.
No Information Provi
84653

2005-12-18
Leak
Cause: No information Given

Followup: Yes

Notes: Called maintenance to fix it, replace lube oil plunge
Sulfur Dioxide: 768.0 gallons
84447

2005-12-10
Spill
Cause: No information Given

Followup: No

Notes: tank was pumped out and is now free of liquid. Tank will be blinded and cleaned and inspected to find source of leak.
Raw Crude: 106,176.0 gallons
83932

2005-11-16
No Information Given
Cause: No Information Given

Followup: No Information Provided

Notes: Private Citizen Craig Winkles incident report. Ship at dock belching foul black smoke for 2 days. Causing workers to have trouble breathing and leaves a bad taste in their mouth. LDEQ does not regulate marine vessels. This complaint is coming from af

78700

2005-05-03
FCC Stack (EP-41)
Cause: No Information Given

Followup:

Notes: No reportable limits for Carbon Monoxide, and exceedance will be reported on refiner's quarterly NSPS/BACT Report in the near future. Notice made as courtesy only.

No LDEQ Reported

2005-04-17
No. 1 Dock.
Cause: No information Given

Followup: No Information Provided

Notes: Although oild did get on the pipes into he area, no oil was discovered in the water. HazMat was notified for a 2nd time, and the event was reported as no incident, the notification was made as a courtesy only.

78243

2005-04-13
Unknown
Cause: No Information given

Followup: No Information Provided

Notes: Private citizen called and stated that there was an unknown release from ConocoPhillips. The material was covering cars in Lyonade Chemicals Gate7. Citizen requested DEQ to take sample of the substance, which they did. The analysis results from LDEQ'
Hydrogen Sulfide: 7.0 pounds

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76322

2005-01-19
N/A
Cause: N/A

Followup: Not Applicable

Notes: Citizen complaint of a thick haze or vapor cloud from one of the employees at the ConocoPhillips Refinery (Dez Sims) near I-10. He observed the vapor coming from the south side of the interstate toward PPG Drive. Contacted PPG and the shift supt. (Dale

No LDEQ Reported

0000-00-00
Unknown Offsite Source
Cause: No information Given

Followup: No

Notes: The refinery indicated that it was a 3rd party spill and the notification was made as a courtesy only.
Quantity Could Not B
89157

2006-07-10
Area B - South Flare (EP-31)
Cause: Low suction pressure on C-1430, south flare gas recovery compress

Followup: No Information Provided

Notes: Installing low and low-low level alarm on caustic level to prevent future shutdown of the SFGR compressor. HAZMAT #

88686

2006-06-17
None Reported
Cause: No Information Given

Followup: No Information Provided

Notes: Letter indicates all was BRQ. No further information given.
85089

2006-01-11
None Reported
Cause: No Information Given

Followup: No Information Provided

Notes: No reportable limits for Opacity. Event will be reported on New Source Performance Standard/Best Available Control Technology (NSPS)Report.
No LDEQ Reported

2007-12-21
None Reported
Cause: No information given

Followup: No

Notes: Report states that 3rd party upstream of facility is source of spill.
101739

2007-12-16
North Flare
Cause: No information given

Followup: Yes

Notes: No information given
Sulfur Dioxide: 1,100.0 pounds
101173

2007-11-18
None Reported
Cause: No information given

Followup: No

Notes: Visible sheen on storm water on onsite ditch. Contianed onsite by absorbent booms.
100537

2007-10-26
None Reported
Cause: No information given

Followup: No

Notes: Notification made with concerns of emissions of Sulfur Dioxide from the North flare, report states that permit levels were exceeded by 19 lbs but not reportable quantitie
100549

2007-10-26
Pipe in pipe rack
Cause: No information given

Followup: No

Notes: According to report release does not exceed reportable quantities but does exceed Title V permit limit and will be report in deviaiton report.
Volatile Organic Compounds: 720.0 pounds
100551

2007-10-26
T-1801 tank vent
Cause: No information given

Followup: No

Notes: Release from vent on T-1801, will be reported appropriately in Title V deviation repor

99863

2007-09-30
None Reported
Cause: No information given

Followup: No

Notes: A notification was made concerning discharge steam condensate. After evaluation done by unit engineer no hydrocarbons in stream going to flare.
No LDEQ Reported

2007-09-06
#3 Dock
Cause: No information given

Followup: No

Notes: Visible sheen on ConocoPhillips #3 Dock, Conoco cleaned up sheen although the facility was not the source of the she

97929

2007-07-18
Spill
Cause: No information given

Followup: No

Notes: As spill was cleaned up, tank was deinventoried to prevent further spillin
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No LDEQ Reported

2007-07-06
None Reported
Cause: No information given

Followup: No

Notes: Telephone notification was made concerning flow of Outfall 002. No visible sheen, courtesy call on
108922

2008-09-08
No information given
North Flare
Cause: No information given

Followup: No

Notes: Date on letter from DEQ (01/05/2008) and date of incident (9/8/08) indicate an error of some kind in the reporting. DEQ report indicates that a flare pilot went out. No information given concerning which flare or reason for the outage.
Hydrogen Sulfide: 302.0 pounds
Hydrogen Sulfide: 302.0 pounds
Volatile Organic Compounds: 155.0 pounds
No LDEQ Reported

2009-12-01
outfall 034
Cause: Visible sheen from outfall 034 reported

Followup: No

Notes: oil was cleaned up

119713

2009-11-25
Y-3 cooling tower
Cause: VOC leak in Y-3 cooling tower. source of VOCs was from exchanger X-136 in the Alky unit.

Followup: No

Notes: No information given
Butane: 475.0 pounds
118820

2009-10-17
reactor vessel of the Alky unit
Cause: Sulfuric acid being used to clean the reactor vessel in the Alky unit overflowed into the surface sewage system.

Followup: No

Notes: No information given
Sulfuric Acid: 15.0 pounds
No LDEQ Reported

2009-07-29
A plastic bag
Cause: A visible sheen was reported on the water, source was a quart sized plastic bag in the water.

Followup: No

Notes: Bag was picked up and the sheen was cleaned up.
Oil: 0.3 gallons
No LDEQ Reported

2009-05-29
Unknown
Cause: A visible sheen was reported from outfall 004. No source has been identified.

Followup: No

Notes: oil was cleaned up by contractor

No LDEQ Reported

2009-04-28
A bucket
Cause: A bucket containing five gallons of gasoline was found on mike cook road. The source of the bucket is unknown. Approximately 2 gallons were spilled.

Followup: No

Notes: bucket was picked up and oil cleaned up.
Oil: 2.0 gallons
125356

2010-08-03
Outfall 004
Cause: Hydrostatic test dye used to test a tank started draining from the tank via a ditch into the firewater pond and overflowed the levee through Outfall 004.

Followup: No

Notes: Source isolated, but no details given. SPOC and LDEQ report only. No refinery letter.


152894

2013-12-17
Tank Farm
Cause: On December 17, a kerosene spill to the ground was discovered in Area D, Tank Farm. The spill occurred when a sump overflowed and kerosene discharged toward the outfall 003. The release was prevented from reaching the outfall.

Followup: No

Notes: Report states that spill was less than one barrel, and no remedial action was taken.

150505

2013-08-20
Roll off box
Cause: Approximately 240 pounds of sludge spilled from a roll-off box while being staged in the North Landfarm area. The sludge was characterized as a hazardous waste. Spill response personnel was contacted for clean up.

Followup: No

Notes: ES&H contacted for clean up. Environmental personnel have discussed requirements for transporting material to land farm area with transportation contractor.
Sludge: 240.0 pounds
No LDEQ Reported

2013-07-20
Area D Docks
Cause: Dock 1 personnel were unloading slurry to Tk-67. The Docks Loader noticed the dock catch pans under the loading arm were full of slurry material and one had overflowed. The transfer was stopped. Operations is working to determine how the slurry material migrated backward up the catch pan drain lines to the pans.

Followup: No

Notes: The flow to the sump was stopped. Absorbent pads were placed around the pans. Valves were pressure tested to 60psi with nitrogen. The barge discharge pressure is 100psi. When the level in the pan started to build, operators shut down unloading and cycled valves. Cycling the valves reduced the volume in the containment area. Offsite impact is some slurry splashed over the Dock containment boom and into the Calcasieu river.
Slurry: 0.3 gallons
147916

2013-04-08
NIG
Cause: Sheen near the Phillips 66 dock on the Calcasieu River, discovered by employees, drifting towards the Area D docks from the Mike Hooks facility.

Followup: No

Notes: Phillips 66 made this regulatory notification as a 3rd party courtesy only notification. The spill response contractor was contacted for clean up. No additional information was provided.