Aug 11, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger
Leaks like the one detected by Chevron refinery operators two hours before Monday's massive fire are not uncommon within oil refineries, with their thousands of miles of pipes, experts said Friday.
Since: Aug 08
The suspicion regarding Richmond Chevron Refinery was fire not leaks...typical media twist on issues.
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