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Phillips 66 (2538), Lake Charles

Releases of Slurry Oil

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

Tank 91
Cause: STORM-as a result of Hurricane Rita, a sample draw on the tank was broken, which leaked crude oil out of the tank. The release was contained within the dike wall.

Followup: No

Notes: Refinery indicated onto their letter to LDEQ that removal of the free product has been completed and removal of oily debris was underway.
2,100.0 gallons

No Information Provided
Tank 84 (T-84)
Cause: STORMS-leak in the flange that formed due to hurricane Rita.

Followup: No

Notes: No Information Provided
252,000.0 gallons

Slurry Pump Bypass Valve
Cause: slurry oil leaked around bypass on control valve

Followup: No

Notes: HYDRCHEM responded and performed cleanup
25.0 gallons

FCC Unit at Tower W-73
Cause: drip on a valve bonnet

Followup: No

Notes: INCIDENT EXCEEDS RQ. DEQ report indicates that letter from C-P will be forthcoming with quantity of pollutant released. Valve bonnet repaired and control valve repaired
84.0 gallons