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CITGO Petroleum (1250), Lake Charles

Releases of Nitric Oxide

LDEQ Accident Number
Accident Date
Point Source(s) Notes Amount of Release

B-7 Flare
Cause: No information given

Followup: No

Notes: verbal report mentions C4 Recovery Unit, JC101 Compress

Coker I JC-106
Cause: On March 13, 203 CITGO Lake Charles Manufacturing Complex had a flaring event involving the Coker 1 JC-106 compressor. The JC-106 compressor shut down requiring flaring of sour gas through the b5 flare. Hydrogen sulfide and nitric oxide were mentioned in the LDEQ report.

Followup: No

Notes: The refinery letter stated that no reportable quantities had been exceeded, with no additional information on specific substances.