Texas City Local Business
Monday Mar 23 | via The Beaumont Enterprise
Steam hides the smoke stacks on the westside of the Marathon Petroleum Refinery which is where a BP Refinery unit exploded on March 2005 on Tuesday, March 10, 2015, in Texas City. Comment?
Thursday Mar 19 | via Reuters
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has suspended a revised tariff for the Colonial Pipeline after two small shippers complained it would squeeze access and limit competition, according to regulatory filings. The tariff would change how space is used on the jam-packed gasoline and distillate system, and small shippers said it would have made it harder to fight for space with bigger users. Comment?
Thursday Mar 12 | via Business Journal
Houston-based Shell Oil Co. and negotiators for the United Steelworkers reportedly have tentatively agreed on a deal to end strikes at 15 refineries and chemical plants nationwide. Comment?
Thursday Mar 12 | via The Washington Post
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. Union workers picket outside of the Marathon Petroleum Corp. Galveston Bay refinery in Texas City, Texas, U.S. Photographer: F. Carter Smith/Bloomberg -- The United Steelworkers union representing 30,000 U.S. oil workers reached a tentative deal on a four-year contract with Royal Dutch Shell Plc that may end a nationwide strike that has lasted more than a month. Comment?
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