Originally Posted by TexanBob
And this proves them out. They had taken the plant down for maintenance when the explosion occured. The last explosion there (though not as big or deadly) happened in March of 2004 when they were doing their annual shutdown for maintenance.
BP Amoco also claims that the explosion will not affect the amount of production.
Feel better now?
Do I feel better that gasoline futures jumped 2.51 cents a gallon today because of the Texas City explosion? No, I don't.
Do you have any idea why they have so many accidents at that refinery?