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ExxonMobil Refinery (2638), Baton Rouge

Releases in 2006

LDEQ Accident Number
Accident Date
Point Source/Release CauseNotes
88400

2009-06-07
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that an acid leak occurred. In the letter to LDEQ, Exxon states that, the acid leak that began on June 7th, 2006 but gives no indication when the acid leak ended. Further, there is no information regarding the type of acid involved in the leak
88132

2009-05-25
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
86734

2009-03-26
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given -Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
88286

2007-07-05
Point Source(s):
No. 2 Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit (PCLA-2) F-201 blowers (A and B)

Pollutant(s):
Carbon Monoxide - BRQ
Cause of Problem: Equipment Failure

the failure of the blower damper in the No. 2 Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit caused the unit to unexpectedly shutdown.
This event was not preventable because there was no indication during the test the previous month that the damper would fail to open properly. Remedial Measures - this event was not preventable is what is stated in this section.A routine maintenance test was being performed on the No. 2 Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit (PCLA-2) F-201 blowers (A and B). During this test the damper on the B blower failed to open correctly. Because the damper did not open correctly, the furnace sown due to loss of flame. Attempts were made by the assistant operator performing the test to immediately restart the furnace. This was not possible so the B blower was shut down and the A blower restarted. This allowed the furnace to be restarted wi
89401

2007-07-05
Point Source(s):
Motor Feed Pump on the No. 3 Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit

Pollutant(s):
Carbon Monoxide - BRQ
Cause of Problem: Equipment Failure

pump failure. The main motor operated feed pump tripped off at the No. # Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit. The turbine kicked in however failed to pump the rate required to keep the unit steady. As a result, the preheat furnace tripped due to low flow and the reactor temp. began to fall due to a lack of heat inpu
This incident was not preventable because there were no indications that the motor pump would fail. Remedial Measures - mechanical personnel will evaluate the turbine system to determine if the feed surge caused by the turbine can be prevented. During the Upset, the MACT II hourly limit for carbon monoxide and the maximum hourly permit limit and the maximum hourly concentration limit for carbon monoxide from 63 CFR Subpart UUU were exceeded at the WGS.The failure of the feed pump is covered undhe unit's Startup, Shutdown, Malfunction Plan and is considered a malfunction. Likewise, the exceedance of the permit limit is considered an Upset pursuant to LAC 33:III.507.J. and thus ExxonMobil claims the Upset Provision affirmative defense pu
No LDEQ Number Available

2007-07-05
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak. NOTE: this is the third leak/incident to occur at the Heavy Cat Naptha Unit with 9 days
No LDEQ Number Available

2007-07-05
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
88313

2007-06-05
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
92898

2006-12-28
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
92695

2006-12-17
Point Source(s):
FLARE - #17 and #19 Flares

Pollutant(s):
Nitrogen Oxide - 80 pounds
Sulfur Dioxide - 1,743 pounds
Nitrogen Dioxide - 14 pounds
Hydrocarbon - 465 pounds
Hydrogen Sulfide - 5 pounds
Benzene - 0 pounds
Butene - 16 pounds
Ethylene - 1 pounds
Propylene - 11 pounds
Cause of Problem: Equipment Failure

-compressors had to be shut down for repair - compressor trip.
This incident was not preventable because the compressor trip that caused the flaring incident was unexpected. If the findings of this investigation indicate that the cause of the trip was preventable, a modified report will be issued. Remedial Measures - an investigation is ongoing and the appropriate follow-up actions will be completed. an assistant operator at the Refinery Gas Compression Unit (RGCU) noticed an unusual noise coming from one of the refinery gas compressors C-50. These was evaluated by compressor specialists and it was determined that the compressor had to be shut down for repair. An advanced notification was made in anticipation of the flaring event since the spare compressor was unavailable due to other mechan
92070

2006-11-15
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
91907

2006-11-07
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
91883

2006-11-06
Point Source(s):
# 3 Light Ends

Pollutant(s):
Flammable Vapor - 1,664 pounds
Cause of Problem: Corrosion

a small hole was discovered in the overhead line of the T-103 tower (#1 Depropanizer) at the #3 Light Ends Unit. The hole is thought to have been caused by corrosion.
This incident was not preventable because the overhead line was within the expected service life. The portion of the line that leaked will be inspected and repaired or replaced as appropriate. The Louisiana State Police reportable quantity for flammablevapor has been exceeded.
91828

2006-11-02
Point Source(s):
LELA-E E-9 fin fan cooler, R-401 reactor in LELA-S

Pollutant(s):
Flammable Vapor - 2,761 pounds
Cause of Problem: Corrosion

the leak on the LELA-E E-9 fin fan cooler is thought to have been caused by internal corrosion. The leak on the R-401 reactor in LELA-S is thought to have been caused by internal corrosion.
This incident was not preventable because the fin fan cooler was within its serviceable life. Remedial Measures - the cooler components will be inspected and repaired or replaced, as appropriate. NOTE: there were two separate leaks within the same time period each occurring on the separately listed sources. ExxonMobil's report has combined the total amount of flammable vapors. The reportable quantity for flammable vapor has been exceeded
No LDEQ Number Available

2006-10-27
Point Source(s):
Tail Gas Clean -up Unit (TGCU) - valves 101, 738

Pollutant(s):
Sulfur Dioxide - 944 pounds
Cause of Problem: Under Investigation

possible heavy rain storm could have caused 738 to open due to a malfunction associated with heavy rain storm.
This accident was not preventable because it is the result of a malfunction of the 738 valve and a leak on the 101 valve. These failures were unexpected. Remedial measures - an investigation is ongoing and the appropriate follow up actions will be completed. Reportable quantities for sulfur dioxide were exceeded.
91379

2006-10-16
Point Source(s):
FLARE - #17 and #19 Flares

Pollutant(s):
Nitrogen Oxide - 10 pounds
Hydrocarbon - 61 pounds
Hydrogen Sulfide - 1 pounds
Sulfur Dioxide - 228 pounds
Nitrogen Dioxide - 2 pounds
Benzene - 0 pounds
Butene - 2 pounds
Propylene - 1 pounds
Cause of Problem: Under Investigation

the cause of the flaring was high pressure in the refinery gas collection system due to a high volume of vent gas from the other refinery units. The source of the high vent gas rate was unable to be determined.
This incident was not preventable because the remedial actions were initiated before the flaring incident. These actions should have been sufficient to reduce vent gas rates. Two primary actions were initiated to reduce refinery vent gas rates. First, the compressor at the Hydrocracker was lined with the Refinery Gas Compression Unit Compressors to assist with processing refinery vent gas. Secondly, the crude feed rate to Pipestill #10 was decreased. Remedial Actions -an invgation is ongoing and the appropriate follow-up actions will be completed. The reportable quantity for nitrogen oxide has been exceeded.
91339

2006-10-13
Point Source(s):
5 light ends unit T-2 Depropanizer

Pollutant(s):
Butene - 265 pounds
Propylene - 5 pounds
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) - 200 pounds
Highly Reactive Volatile Organic Compounds (HRVOCs) - 46 pounds
Cause of Problem: Seal or Gasket

the 5 Light Ends Unit T-2 Depropanizer tower reboiler had a leaking channel box. This leak is thought to have been caused by the failure of the channel box seal.
This incident was not preventable because this reboiler channel box seal failure was unexpected. Remedial Measures - The seal will be replaced. The reportable quantity for butenes has been exceeded.
91265

2006-10-11
Point Source(s):
No Information Given

Pollutant(s):
Hydrogen Sulfide - BRQ
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given -Release
The only information included in the letter is that a release occurred and that hydrogen sulfide was released.
90924

2006-09-27
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
90922

2006-09-27
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: Instrument Failure

the smoke is presumed to have been caused by hot insulation in the furnace ducting -pressure sensor failure
This incident was preventable but there is no information whatsoever as to why the accident was preventable. The F-202 Furnace was operating normally when a pressure sensor on the inlet air system failed╔When the pressure sensor failed, the system falsely detected low air flow to the furnace and the furnace drop-out doors functioned as designed. When the drop-out doors functioned, the hot flue gas that was being sent to the air preheater should have been automatically diverted from thr preheater directly to the stack thus protecting the air preheater from overheating. Due to incorrect wiring in the emergency shutdown system, the hot flue gas continued to flow through the air preheater and associated ducting. Without a medium to r
90901

2006-09-26
Point Source(s):
FLARE - #5, #9, #17, #19, #23, #24 Flares

Pollutant(s):
Sulfur Dioxide - 593 pounds
Nitrogen Oxide - 27 pounds
Hydrocarbon - 158 pounds
Hydrogen Sulfide - 2 pounds
Nitrogen Dioxide - 5 pounds
Benzene - 0 pounds
Butene - 5 pounds
Propylene - 4 pounds
Cause of Problem: Equipment Failure

a control system power failure at the Refinery Gas Compression Unit caused a reduction in compressor capacity due to poor compressor control. As a result of the reduced capacity, the compressors were unable to process all of the refinery gas and the excess gas was routed to the refinery flare syste
This incident was not preventable because the failure of the compressor control system was a result of a failure in both the primary and alternate power supply systems. The back-up power system should have supplied power to the compressor control systemwhen the primary failed to do so because of an electrical malfunction. Remedial Measures - an investigation is ongoing and the appropriate follow-up actions will be completed. Reportable quantities for nitrogen oxide and sulfur dioxide were exceeded.
90849

2006-09-23
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: Instrument Failure

The smoking furnace is thought to have been caused by an inaccurate reading from the oxygen sensor
This incident was not preventable because the faulty oxygen sensor had been properly maintained and there were no indications that this sensor would fail. Remedial Measures - An investigation is ongoing and the appropriate follow-up actions will be completed.
90788

2006-09-21
Point Source(s):
E-515 B Exchanger on the 2 Light Ends Unit

Pollutant(s):
Butene - 139 pounds
Propylene - 113 pounds
Volatile Organic Compounds - 212 pounds
Cause of Problem: Corrosion

the E-515 B Exchanger on the 2 Light Ends Unit was leaking to Cooling Tower #25. The leak is form corrosion on the tube bundle.
This incident was not preventable because inspection records for this exchanger indicate no history of leaks or premature failure. Records also show that this equipment was last inspected/tested 3 years ago and found to be in good condition. Remedial Measures - the exchanger bundle will be inspected and repaired or replaced, as appropriate. Reportable quantities for propylene and butene have been exceeded
90989

2006-09-20
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
90865

2006-09-20
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
90612

2006-09-12
Point Source(s):
A butane storage sphere

Pollutant(s):
Butane - BRQ
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information provided is that a leak occurred at a butane storage sphere. I assume that butane was the chemical that leaked, but there is no other information regarding other chemicals that may have leake
90267

2006-08-26
Point Source(s):
FLARE - #17 and #19 Flares

Pollutant(s):
Butene - 307 pounds
Sulfur Dioxide - 2,964 pounds
Nitrogen Dioxide - 26 pounds
Propylene - 220 pounds
Nitrogen Oxide - 154 pounds
Cause of Problem: Instrument Failure

the level indicator on the #4 Light Ends T-103 amine scrubber tower failed to function properly. Excess gas was flared in the #17 and #19 flares.
This incident was not preventable because failure of the level instrumentation was unexpected. Remedial Measures - an investigation is ongoing and the appropriate follow-up action will be completed. As a result of the faulty level indication, hydrocarbons were carried under to the amine regeneration unit and subsequently the refinery gas collection unit. The gas collection unit was unable to handle the increased load and therefore the excess gas was flared in the #17 and #19 flares.&##34;Reportable quantities for sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide, nitrogen dioxide, butenes, and propylene were exceeded
90226

2006-08-24
Point Source(s):
E-552A and E-553A Exchangers on the Coker

Pollutant(s):
Hexane - 2,054 pounds
1,3-Butadiene - 96 pounds
Hydrogen Sulfide - 4,578 pounds
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) - 66,388 pounds
Benzene - 443 pounds
Highly Reactive Volatile Organic Compounds (HRVOCs) - 177 pounds
Cause of Problem: Corrosion

the E-552A and E-553 Exchangers on the Coker were discovered leaking into Cooling Tower #44. The leak on the E-553A was stopped 20 mins. Later while the leak on the E-552A continued until August 26th, 2006. The leaks are believed to have been caused by accelerated corrosion
This incident was not preventable because inspection reports on these exchanger bundles indicate that both failed prematurely. Remedial Measures - The existing tube bundles will be repaired/replaced as necessary. Metallurgy of these exchangers will be upgraded. Reportable quantities for volatile organic compounds, hydrogen sulfide, and benzene were exceeded. Note: in the follow up report, it was found that the reportable quantities for hexane, 1,3 Butadiene, and highly reactive volatile organicpounds were exceeded as well. The previously reported level of volatile organic compounds was 8800 and was later found to be 66388, for hydrogen sulfide it was 901/4578, and for benzene it was 59/43
90043

2006-08-16
Point Source(s):
E-205 A/B exchanger bank on the Heavy Cat Naptha Unit

Pollutant(s):
Benzene - 92 pounds
Toluene - 899 pounds
o-Xylene - 681 pounds
Naphthalene - 253 pounds
Xylene - 1,854 pounds
Highly Reactive Volatile Organic Compounds (HRVOCs) - 1,581 pounds
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) - 12,539 pounds
Hydrogen Sulfide - 70 pounds
Xylene - 1,854 pounds
Pseudocumene - 1,489 pounds
Ethylbenzene - 330 pounds
Benzene - 92 pounds
n-Hexane - 55 pounds
Cyclohexane - 37 pounds
Cumene - 13 pounds
Styrene - 4 pounds
Phenol - 2 pounds
Quinoline - 2 pounds
Cause of Problem: Corrosion

the E-205 A/B exchanger bank on the Heavy Cat Naptha Unit was leaking to Cooling Tower #27. The leak is believed to be from corrosion on the tube bundle.
This incident was not preventable because the inspection data for this bank of exchangers did not indicate that a failure was imminent. These bundles were tested in January 2005 and were found to have no leaks. Remedial Measures - the exchanger bundle will be inspected and repaired or replaced as appropriate. The reportable quantities for benzene, toluene, naphthalene, volatile organic compounds, xylene mixed isomers, and o-xylene were exceeded. It is possible that the reportable quantities forylene and p-xylene were also exceeded, but available stream specification data does not allow differentiation between the these two isomers
89821

2006-08-08
Point Source(s):
FLARE - C-30 compressor at the Refinery Gas Compression Unit - Flare #5, 23, 17, 19.

Pollutant(s):
Nitrogen Oxide - 15 pounds
Flammable Vapor - 1,067 pounds
Cause of Problem: Instrument Failure

C-30 compressor at the Refinery Gas Compression Unit automatically shutdown due to a high vibration alarm. The high vibration alarm was due to work activities from nearby maintenance personnel. As a result of the shutdown, the refinery flared for 20 minutes from #5, 23, 17 and 19 flares. During the 20 minute flaring the #17 flare experienced a 5 minute duration during which the instrumentation indicates that a flame was not present. Hydrocarbons were being emitted to the air via the unlit flare.
There is no information as to why this incident was preventable. Remedial Measures - an investigation is ongoing and appropriate follow-up actions will be completed. NOTE: During the 20 min. flaring event, the #17 flare experienced a 5 min. duration during which instrumentation indicates that a flame was not present. According to the Light Ends Title V operating permit #2589-V3, issued April 11, 2006, flares must be continuously monitored to confirm the presence of a flame. It is constively estimated that during this 5 min. period when the pilot and flame were extinguished, hydrocarbons were being emitted to the air via the unlit flame. These circumstances resulted in the exceedence of the Louisiana State Police reportable quanti
89762

2006-08-05
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given
The only information included in the letter is that a flare occurred. There is no information regarding the name or the amount of the substance released in the flare.
89850

2006-08-04
Point Source(s):
E-513 A exchanger on the 2 Light Ends Unit

Pollutant(s):
Butene - 1,011 pounds
Propylene - BRQ
Ethylene - 891 pounds
1,3-Butadiene - 727 pounds
Hydrogen Sulfide - 25 pounds
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) - 13 pounds
Highly Reactive Volatile Organic Compounds (HRVOCs) - 30 pounds
Cause of Problem: Corrosion

E-513 A exchanger on the 2 Light Ends unit was leaking hydrocarbon to Cooling Tower #25. The leak is believed to have come from corrosion on the hydrocarbon side of the tube bundle.
This incident was not preventable because previous inspection reports indicate that this exchanger bundle is less than 6 years old and in serviceable condition. Remedial Measures - this bundle will either be replaced with a new bundle or repaired. A metallurgy upgrade to 410 stainless steel is being evaluated. Replacement and/or upgrade of exchanger bundles in similar is also being considered. LDEQ reportable quantities for butenes, propylene, highly reactive volatile organic compounds, and 1,3adiene were exceeded
89635

2006-08-01
Point Source(s):
E-205 C/D exchanger bank on the Heavy Cat Naptha Unit

Pollutant(s):
Hydrogen Sulfide - 32 pounds
Volatile Organic Compounds - 6,955 pounds
Xylene - 847 pounds
Pseudocumene - 681 pounds
Toluene - 411 pounds
o-Xylene - 311 pounds
Ethylbenzene - 151 pounds
Naphthalene - 116 pounds
Benzene - 42 pounds
n-Hexane - 25 pounds
Cyclohexane - 17 pounds
Cumene - 6 pounds
Phenol - 1 pounds
Styrene - 2 pounds
Quinoline - 1 pounds
Cause of Problem: Corrosion

the E-205 C/D exchanger bank on the Heavy Cat Naptha unit was leaking to Cooling Tower #27. The leak is believed to be from corrosion on the tube bundle.
This incident was not preventable because the inspection data for this bank of exchangers did not indicate that a failure was imminent. These bundles were tested in January 2005 and were found to have no leaks. Remedial Measures - the exchanger bundle will be inspected and repaired or replaced as appropriate. The reportable quantities for xylene, benzene, toluene, naphthalene, and volatile organic compounds were all exceeded
89623

2006-08-01
Point Source(s):
Disengaging drum/ underground line on the Heavy Cat Naptha Unit

Pollutant(s):
Corrosive Waste - 33,881 pounds
Primary Sludge - 33,881 pounds
Cause of Problem: Corrosion

a leak was discovered in the water draw from the disengaging drum on the Heavy Cat Naptha Unit. The leak was from an underground line, and was due to external corrosion
This was not preventable because the inspection data for this line indicated that the line had an expected retirement date of April 2011. Inspection data also confirmed that the protective coating at the soil/air interface was in satisfactory condition.Remedial Measures - the leaking line was replaced. NOTE: the State Police RQ and the DEQ RQ for Corrosive Waste is 100. This leak produced 33,881lbs.of corrosive waste. The State Police RQ and DEDQ RQ for primary sludge is 1. This leak produced 81lbs. of primary waste
No LDEQ Number Available

2006-07-19
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - odor detected
There is no information regarding what the odor smelled like, what chemical was involved, how long the odor lasted, and if there was any time of release that occurred
89339

2006-07-18
Point Source(s):
flare tip

Pollutant(s):
Nitric Oxide - 14 pounds
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

Nitric oxide was released out of the flare tip. There was no overpressure or unit upset, according to the SPOC report. Normal ambient temperature increase and increased gas load caused the release.
In SPOC report on July 18, 2006, refinery claims amount of nitric oxide exceeded reportable quantity. In a refinery letter sent on July 21, 2006, refinery determines that no reportable quantities have been exceeded after further evaluation.
89742

2006-07-05
Point Source(s):
Check Valve on the Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit

Pollutant(s):
Carbon Monoxide - 1,011 pounds
Cause of Problem: Equipment Failure

-during a routine maintenance check of the boiler feed water circulation pumps on the F-301 furnace, a check valve failed to function properly. As a result, the turbine operating the feed pump tripped off and the boiler feed water flow to the furnace was lost
This incident was not preventable because the failure of the check valve to function properly was not expected, and there were no indications that this valve might malfunction. Remedial Measures - the check valve will also be replaced on the sistertrain for F-201. The carbon monoxide maximum hourly permit emission limit and the maximum hourly concentration limit from 63 CFR Subpart UUU were exceeded. The MACT II hourly limit for carbon monoxide and the maximum hourly permit limit for carbon mode were exceeded at the WGS. However, because the failure of the check valve is covered under the unit's Startup, Shutdown, Malfunction Plan and is considered a malfunction, the exceedance of the permit limit is considered an Upset pursuant to LA
90822

2006-07-05
Point Source(s):
F-201 Furnace

Pollutant(s):
Carbon Monoxide - 2,529 pounds
Cause of Problem: Equipment Failure

during a routine maintenance check of the air feed system on the F-201 furnace, air flow into the furnace was unexpectedly lost when an air louver failed to open
This incident was not preventable because the failure of this system was unexpected and there were no known indications that this system would fail. Remedial Measures - an investigation is ongoing and the appropriate follow-up actions will be completed. During this Upset, the MACT II concentration limit for carbon monoxide and the maximum hourly permit limit for carbon monoxide were exceeded at the wet gas scrubber. The failure of the air feed system is covered under the unit's Startup, Shun, Malfunction Plan and is considered a malfunction. The exceedence of the permit limit is considered and upset pursuant to LAC 33:III.507.J. Exxon intends to claim the Upset Provision affirmative defense pursuant to LAC 33:III.507.J. Carbon Monoxide
88468

2006-06-10
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Safety Valve Release
The only information included in the letter is that a safety valve release occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the safetyvalve release
88436

2006-06-08
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak. The letter to LEDQ states that Exxon has concluded that the leak is federally permitted under the FEDS program.
88184

2006-05-28
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
87870

2006-05-16
Point Source(s):
D-104 Hydrocracker

Pollutant(s):
Propane - 509 pounds
Butane - 132 pounds
Butane - 204 pounds
Pentane - 19 pounds
Isopentane - 105 pounds
Hydrogen - 549 pounds
Water - 21 pounds
Hydrogen Sulfide - 482 pounds
Ammonia - 50 pounds
Benzene - 2 pounds
Methane - 1,344 pounds
Ethane - 674 pounds
Flammable Vapor - 4,131 pounds
Volatile Organic Compounds - 40 pounds
Cause of Problem: Other

the clamp on the Hydrocracker D-104 overhead line was leaking. The pressure of the overhead gas was reduced and several attempts were made to reseal the clamp, including trying several different kinds of sealant. The leak would stop for a short durationand then return
As of 7:30am on 5/22/2006 - the date of this letter - the leak was ongoing. In this letter, Exxon claims states that the reportable quantities for hydrogen sulfide and flammable vapor were exceeded only during the first 24 hours of the incident. This incident was not preventable because the clamp was considered to be a permanent repair (installed in Dec. 2005) until the scheduled unit downtime in 2008. Remedial Measures- a larger engineered clamp will be installed over the existing clamp. "
87800

2006-05-12
Point Source(s):
Alkylation Unit

Pollutant(s):
Corrosive Waste - 150 pounds
Cause of Problem: Corrosion

the cause of the leak was isolated corrosion on a weld. A leak of spent sulfuric acid, D002, was discovered from an Alkylation line. The line was blocked out and purged with nitrogen to stop the leak. The spent acid was neutralized using soda ash and the contaminated soil is being remediated
The leak was not preventable because the inspection data indicated the line was satisfactory until 2007. Subsequent inspection data confirmed that the leak was due to localized corrosion and not predictable. Remedial Measures - the leaking section of the pipe will be replaced. The reportable quantity for D002, Corrosive Wastes was exceeded
87799

2006-05-11
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given
The only information included in the letter is that a flare occurred. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
87637

2006-05-05
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
87682

2006-05-05
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
87695

2006-05-05
Point Source(s):
exchanger

Pollutant(s):
Propylene - 217 pounds
Highly Reactive Volatile Organic Compounds (HRVOCs) - 100 pounds
Flammable Vapor - 1,000 pounds
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

ExxonMobil has a flange leak on an exchanger.
Only data available to LABB on incident is SPOC report, no other reports found on EDMS.
87645

2006-05-04
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak. The letter from LDEQ states that no reportable quantities have been exceeded and the leak is federally permitted under the FEDS program
87621

2006-05-04
Point Source(s):
E-3 exchanger on the Coker

Pollutant(s):
Hydrogen Sulfide - 183 pounds
Benzene - 12 pounds
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) - 1,785 pounds
n-Hexane - 56 pounds
Toluene - 4 pounds
Cyclohexane - 4 pounds
1,3-Butadiene - 3 pounds
Xylene - 0 pounds
Ethylbenzene - 0 pounds
Highly Reactive Volatile Organic Compounds (HRVOCs) - 5 pounds
Cause of Problem: Corrosion

the leak is believed to have been caused by corrosion and erosion
There is no information whatsoever as to why the accident was preventable. Remedial Measures- the bundle was replaced with a new bundle. In the letter to LDEQ, Exxon states that the reportable quantities for hydrogen sulfide and benzene were exceeded
87643

2006-05-02
Point Source(s):
Sample Cooler

Pollutant(s):
Volatile Organic Compounds - 10,300 pounds
Cause of Problem: Equipment Failure

process continued to try to find the source of the leak, which was originally thought to be two exchangers but was later found to be coming from a sample cooler
The accident was not preventable because there were no previous leaks on this exchanger (is an exchanger the same as the above sampling cooler? - where did the leak actually come from?). Remedial measures - the leaking cooler is being removed from service. LDEQ reportable quantities exceeded for volatile organic compounds
87510

2006-04-30
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Safety Valve Release
No information given expect that in the letter to LDEQ, Exxon states that this event would qualify as an Upset under LAC 33:III.507.J but that after further evaluation, Exxon determined that there were no reportable quantities exceeded
87298

2006-04-29
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given -Spill
Note that this is a letter of information under LAC 33:1.3917 and 3925.
87145

2006-04-13
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
87051

2006-04-08
Point Source(s):
FLARE - C-30 and C-40 compressor

Pollutant(s):
Hydrocarbon - 84 pounds
Hydrogen Sulfide - 1 pounds
Sulfur Dioxide - 315 pounds
Benzene - 0 pounds
Butene - 3 pounds
Propylene - 2 pounds
Nitric Oxide - 14 pounds
Nitrogen Dioxide - 2 pounds
Cause of Problem: Under Investigation

at the time of this report, the cause of the flaring incident was unknown and was under investigati
The only information provided is that the preventability of the incident had not been determined and was under investigation. Remedial Measures are listed the same way. The reportable quantities for nitrogen oxide were exceeded.
86722

2006-03-24
Point Source(s):
FLARE - as a result of a leak from the ammonia gas line to the No. 100 Sulfur Plant (SRLA-100)

Pollutant(s):
Sulfur Dioxide - 83,580 pounds
Nitrogen Oxide - 270 pounds
Ammonia - 250 pounds
Nitrogen Dioxide - 18,830 pounds
Nitric Oxide - 266 pounds
Hydrocarbon - 2,551 pounds
Water - 80 pounds
Hydrogen Sulfide - 1,090 pounds
Cause of Problem: Corrosion

the pipe leaked due to new corrosion hole that had developed under the edge of a clamp that was installed in November. The existing clamp was tightened which did not stop the leak so it was replaced with a new clamp which also did not stop the leak. Since the newly installed clamp did not stop the leak, the old clamp was then reinstalled with a new gasket which still did not stop the leak. The feed spheres to the Sour Water Strippers became full which required the start up of the Sour Water Strippers to the flare syste
The incident was not preventable because, The clamp was installed in Nov. 2005 due to a pinhole leak from condensate corrosion. At that time, the line was x-rayed and no areas of concern were discovered outside the area under the clamp. Therefore, the corrosion hole that led to the release could not have been predicted. Remedial actions- a similar line exists to the SRLA-200 unit. This line will be inspected and repaired while the SRLA 200 unit is down. The letter to LDEQ ss that the reportable quantities for ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide, and nitrogen dioxide were exceeded. Note: there is a time discrepancy - the report states that the incident started at 2:30pm on 03/24/2006 but was discov
86694

2006-03-23
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
86579

2006-03-18
Point Source(s):
East Train Hydrofiner (HHLA-E)

Pollutant(s):
Water - 3,493 pounds
Hydrogen Sulfide - 399 pounds
Ethane - 412 pounds
Methane - 407 pounds
Hydrogen - 127 pounds
Volatile Organic Compounds - 18,121 pounds
Cause of Problem: Human Factors

-Exchanger on the East Train Hydrofiner (HHLA-E) was leaking into a cooling tower. The seating surface and gasket on the floating head were upgraded during the turnaround. Operations personnel installed the exchanger correctly . However, when the exchanger was worked offsite, the contracting company installed the wrong bolts in the floating head of the exchanger. The bolts broke due to wet hydrogen sulfide cracking which caused the exchanger to leak. Note: the accident started at 10:00am on 03/17/06 but was not discovered until 1:50pm on 03/18/2006
The cause of the accident is listed as preventable in the company's report, but there is no explanation whatsoever as to why it was preventable - that section is blank. In the report it does state that further investigation of the incident is currently being conducted. Remedial measure are listed as - the exchanger bolts replaced with appropriate material for the predetermined run length. Reportable quantities were exceeded for hydrogen sulfide and volatile organic compounds
86548

2006-03-16
Point Source(s):
FLARE - Alkylation Feed Preparation Unit

Pollutant(s):
Nitrogen Dioxide - 9 pounds
Nitrogen Oxide - 50 pounds
Sulfur Dioxide - 180 pounds
Butene - 121 pounds
Hydrocarbon - 281 pounds
Butadiene - 1 pounds
Hydrogen Sulfide - 1 pounds
Methane - 14 pounds
Ethylene - 2 pounds
Ethane - 7 pounds
Propylene - 81 pounds
Propane - 316 pounds
Butane - 9,978 pounds
Isobutylene - 5,742 pounds
1-Butene - 5,058 pounds
1,3-Butadiene - 288 pounds
n-Butane - 5,276 pounds
trans-2-Butene - 6,380 pounds
2,2-Dimethylpropane - 4 pounds
cis-2-Butene - 4,671 pounds
3-Methyl-1-Butene - 423 pounds
Isopentane - 4,005 pounds
1-Pentene - 543 pounds
2-Methyl-1-Butene - 917 pounds
n-Pentane - 496 pounds
Isoprene - 42 pounds
trans-2-Pentene - 653 pounds
cis-2-Pentene - 318 pounds
2-Methyl-2-Butene - 691 pounds
1-t-3-Pentadiene - 15 pounds
1,3-Cyclopentadiene - 14 pounds
2,2-Dimethylbutane - 8 pounds
Cyclopentene - 64 pounds
Cyclopentane - 22 pounds
2,3-Dimethylbutane - 3 pounds
2-Methylpentane - 24 pounds
3-Methylpentane - 11 pounds
Cyclohexane - 509 pounds
Cause of Problem: Human Factors

The Methyl Tertiary-Butyl Ether Unit was converted to an Alkylation Feed Preparation Unit (AFP). The AFP was beginning its initial start up. As the level in one of the towers increased, steam was added to the reboiler to begin producing overhead product. During this time, the safety valves on the tower began relieving to the flare system, which resulted in the reported flare. During the conversion of the unit the overhead pressure meter was reranged in the field, but was no reranged in the control room. Due to this oversight the operator believed he was at a significantly lower pressure and did not immediately discover that the safety valves on the tower had lifted to the flare system. The calculations automtically completed by the flare system
The cause of the accident is listed as preventable in the company's report, but there is no explanation whatsoever as to why it was preventable - that section is blank. The only remedial measure listed is that the pressure meter range was corrected in the control room. The letter to LDEQ states that reportable quantities of nitrogen oxide and butenes were exceeded.
86453

2006-03-13
Point Source(s):
E-553B Exchanger at the coker
E-553B Exchanger leak at the coker

Pollutant(s):
Highly Reactive Volatile Organic Compounds (HRVOCs) - 72 pounds
1,3-Butadiene - 39 pounds
Hydrogen Sulfide - 2,759 pounds
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) - 26,738 pounds
Hexane - 832 pounds
Toluene - 65 pounds
Cyclohexane - 57 pounds
Xylene - 6 pounds
Ethylbenzene - 6 pounds
Benzene - 179 pounds
Cause of Problem: Corrosion

-the E-553B exchanger on the Coker was leaking to Cooling Tower #44. The leak is believed to be from the corrosion on the tube bundle.
Remedial measures - The leaking tube on the E-553 exchanger will be plugged and the exchanger will be pressure tested before it is returned to service. The accident was not preventable because the exchanger had not leaked previously and the tube bundle was approximately 18 months old. The report letter to LDEQ states that the reportable quantities for benzene, hydrogen sulfide, volatile organic compounds, and 1,3-butadine were exceeded.
86394

2006-03-09
Point Source(s):
Tank 98

Pollutant(s):
Asbestos - BRQ
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given
The only information included in the letter is that an Asbestos release occurred.
86248

2006-03-06
Point Source(s):
E-515A exchanger on the No. 2 Light Ends Unit

Pollutant(s):
Butene - 237 pounds
Hydrogen Sulfide - 8 pounds
1,3-Butadiene - 4 pounds
Ethylene - 7 pounds
Propylene - 193 pounds
Cause of Problem: Piping or Tubing

The E-515A exchanger on the No.2 Light Ends Unit leaked hydrocarbon to a cooling tower. From the cooling tower the hydrocarbon was released to the atmosphere.
Remedial measures - The leaking tube on the exchanger will be plugged. In their letter to LDEQ, ExxonMobil states that LDEQ reportable quantities for propylene and butene were exceeded
86095

2006-02-28
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
86687

2006-02-23
Point Source(s):
No.200 Sulfur Plant (SRLA-200)

Pollutant(s):
Sulfur Dioxide - 16,400 pounds
Cause of Problem: Start Up, Shut Down

emissions released during the planned shutdown of the No. 200 Sulfur Plant (SRLA-200) were regulated under the Clean Air Act requirements and the unit's MACT II Startup, Shutdown, and Malfunction Plan (SSMP) from 40 CFR 63 Subpart UUU which requiresfacilities to minimize excess emissions during periods of startup, shutdown, or malfunction
The incident occurred as a result of a scheduled, planned, and properly executed event. It was not preventable. Remedial measures are cited as appropriate procedures were followed. The emissions are federally permitted and were minimized in accordance with the MACT II SSMP. Note: there is a time discrepancy - the report states that the incident started at 1:00pm on 03/23/2006 but was discovered at 2:00pm on 03/23/2006. May 2nd follow up later states that this was a scheduledus train shutdown and this type of shutdown is expempted from the 250 ppmvd under the consent decree (paragraph 67(c)). This is not a tail gas incident because of the above mentioned exemption. The root cause of the emissions is an unavioid
85966

2006-02-22
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
86001

2006-02-22
Point Source(s):
FLARE

Pollutant(s):
Hydrogen Sulfide - 83 pounds
Sulfur Dioxide - 8,171 pounds
Nitrogen Oxide - 11 pounds
Nitric Oxide - 11 pounds
Hydrocarbon - 98 pounds
Cause of Problem: Equipment Failure

the 100, 200, 400 Sulfur Trains shut down due to high pressure on the primary burners. The 100 Train started up after 2min., the 200 Train started up after 3min., and the 400 train started up after 10min. During the time the Sulfur Trains were shutdown,the pressure increased on the MEA Regenerators, so clean acid gas was flared for 17min. Equipment failed due to a a failure to operate and maintain that equipment in a manner consistent with good engineering practice.
This event was not preventable -SEE Follow Up Consent Decree letter dated 04/07/2006 - Had the limit switch for valve 182 not been connected in the manner in which it was to the valve posistioner, then the AG Flaring Incident would not have occurred. The fact that valve 192 lacks valve posistion feedback to the Controller to indicate the actual posisiton of the valve was a signifigant contributing factor in this incident. A second contributing factor was that there as no visual checkitiated by the Controller, on the valve to provide absolute certainty that valve 182 was actually open. This was considered, for purposes of stipulated penealties under the consent decree, equipment failed due to a failure to oper
85868

2006-02-15
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given -Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
85838

2006-02-14
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
85631

2006-02-05
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given
No Information is included regarding any remedial measures taken. The only indication that there was a flare involved was the brief mention in Exxon's letter of notification that says, The letter serves as written notification of the events and circumstnaces surrounding the flaring incident...
85618

2006-02-04
Point Source(s):
F-600 furnace at No. 2 Reformer / Powerformer Feed Hydrotreater (RHLA-2) / No. 2 Powerformer

Pollutant(s):
Toluene - 840 pounds
Xylene - 7,574 pounds
Cyclohexane - 554 pounds
Hydrogen Sulfide - 1 pounds
Butene - 27 pounds
Benzene - 60 pounds
Flammable Vapor - 134,330 pounds
Volatile Organic Compounds - 126,756 pounds
Hexane - 1,005 pounds
Cause of Problem: Instrument Failure

an instrument malfunction caused the F-600 furnace on the No. 2 Reformer to shut down. The shutdown of F-600 resulted in the Powerformer Feed Hydrotreater (RHLA-2) and the No. 2 Powerformer shutting down. The Powerformer is a major supplier of hydrogen to the refinery, and with the reduction in hydrogen supply, several units were forced to significantly reduce rates or shut down. The Feed Preparation Unit feeds RHLA-2 and with this unit shut down a valve was opened to send this stream from Feed Preparation to tankage. There is a second valve in this line that is normally open, but during this time it was closed. The second valve being closed led to a pressure increase in T-31 and caused the safety valve to release. The towe pressure was returne
Remeidal Measures - An investigation is ongoing and appropriate follow-up actions will be completed. Exxon states in their report that the accident was preventable. Their explanation is that the safety valve did not restart as it should have, nor did the operator know the second valve was closed. Could this be human error in addition to Instrument failur
85342

2006-01-23
Point Source(s):
No Information Given

Pollutant(s):
Hydrogen Sulfide - BRQ
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given
No Information is included regarding any remedial measures taken. The only indication that hydrogen sulfide was released was the brief mention in Exxon's letter of notification that says, After futher evaluation, we have determined that noreportable quantities or limits from our hydrogen sulfide Continuous Release Report have been exceeded.
85275

2006-01-20
Point Source(s):
MTBE Unit Exchanger E-557

Pollutant(s):
1-Butene - 0 pounds
1-Pentene - 0 pounds
2-Methyl-1-Butene - 0 pounds
2-Methyl-2-Butene - 15 pounds
trans-2-Pentene - 5 pounds
trans-2-Pentene - 5 pounds
n-Butane - 0 pounds
cis-2-Butene - 0 pounds
cis-2-Pentene - 3 pounds
Diisobutylene - 1 pounds
Isobutylene - 0 pounds
Butane - 0 pounds
Methanol - 0 pounds
MTBE - 216 pounds
n-Pentane - 1 pounds
trans-2-Butene - 0 pounds
TAA - 0 pounds
TAME - 25 pounds
TBA - 1 pounds
Highly Reactive Volatile Organic Compounds (HRVOCs) - 16 pounds
Flammable Vapor - 275 pounds
Cause of Problem: Equipment Failure

MTBE Unit Exchanger was discovered to leaking into the condensate system causing vapor to flash off. The failure mechanism causing the leak in the exchanger is listed as unknown.
Incidents 06-00380, 06-00401 occurred simultaneously on January 19th and on Jan. 20th 06-00406 occurred, overlapping with the first two. The reportable quanitites for highly reactive volitile organic compounds and flamable vapors were exceeded whenthe emissions from these three events were summed over the first 24 hour period beginning with the initiantion of the rlease from the No. 2 Powerformer Unit. With regard to the 24 hour period beginning with the release at the MTBE Unit, there were nportable quanity exceedances for this period of time. The emissions limit exceeded the reportable quanitity threshold only during the time when all three incidents were taking place simultaneously. The mortar in T-4X will be replaced with a Furan re
85263

2006-01-19
Point Source(s):
No. 2 Powerformer Unit T-4X

Pollutant(s):
Hydrogen - 16 pounds
Carbon Dioxide - 3 pounds
C1 - 228 pounds
C2 - 49 pounds
Ethylene - 4 pounds
C3 - 25 pounds
Propylene - 4 pounds
Butane - 8 pounds
Nitrogen - 40 pounds
Hydrogen Sulfide - 0 pounds
Cause of Problem: Corrosion

a leak on the shell of their tower (T-4X) is believed to have been caused from the failure of the mortar in the joints of the tile which lines the inside of the tower, which allowed acid to attack the carbon steel shel
Incidents 06-00380, 06-00401 occurred simultaneously on January 19th and on Jan. 20th 06-00406 occurred, overlapping with the first two. The reportable quantities for highly reactive volatile organic compounds and flammable vapors were exceeded when the emissions from these three events were summed over the first 24 hour period beginning with the initiation of the release from the No. 2 Powerformer Unit. With regard to the 24 hour period beginning with the release at the MTBE Unit, there wereeportable quantity exceedances for this period of time. The emissions limit exceeded the reportable quantity threshold only during the time when all three incidents were taking place simultaneously. The mortar in T-4X will be replaced with a Furan r
85270

2006-01-19
Point Source(s):
#2 Light Ends Unit (E-568)

Pollutant(s):
Water - 0 pounds
Nitrogen - 0 pounds
Hydrogen Sulfide - 2 pounds
Ethylene - 2 pounds
Propylene - 26 pounds
Butene - 16 pounds
Xylene - 48 pounds
Toluene - 17 pounds
Benzene - 2 pounds
Hydrocarbon - 496 pounds
Cause of Problem: Equipment Failure

#2 Light Ends Unit experinenced a leak from their rebolier exchanger. The failure mechanism causing the leak in the exchanger is listed as unknown.
Incidents 06-00380, 06-00401 occurred simultaneously on January 19th and on Jan. 20th 06-00406 occurred, overlapping with the first two. The reportable quanitites for highly reactive volitile organic compounds and flamable vapors were exceeded whenthe emissions from these three events were summed over the first 24 hour period beginning with the initiantion of the rlease from the No. 2 Powerformer Unit. With regard to the 24 hour period beginning with the release at the MTBE Unit, there were nportable quanity exceedances for this period of time. The emissions limit exceeded the reportable quanitity threshold only during the time when all three incidents were taking place simultaneously. The mortar in T-4X will be replaced with a Furan re
85206

2006-01-16
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given -Fire
According to the letter, there was a fire that was extinguished without causing any injuries. In addition, the fire caused no reportable quantity exceedances. There are no named chemicals in the letter
85176

2006-01-15
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak
84956

2006-01-02
Point Source(s):
None Reported
Pollutant(s):
Cause of Problem: No Information Given

No Information Given - Leak
The only information included in the letter is that a leak occurred. There is no indication whether the substance involved was a gas or a liquid. Further, there is no information regarding the name of the substance involved in the leak