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Oil and gas refineries return onstream following Hurricane Ida

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Oil and gas refineries in and around Louisiana have restarted their operations following Hurricane Ida’s trail of destruction.
The state's largest utility, Entergy Corp, has restored power to about a quarter of affected customers.
Three crude oil refineries near Baton Rouge, Louisiana, have come onstream again since being idled by Hurricane Ida, the US Department of Energy revealed.
The largest, Exxon Mobil Corp’s 520,000 barrel-per-day (bpd) Baton Rouge complex has restarted oil processing.
Two other refineries, Placid Refining's 75,000-bpd Port Allen refinery and Delek US Holdings 80,000-bpd plant in Krotz Springs, is also in the process of getting power restored.
PBF Energy also said it was in the process of rebboting its 190,000-bpd Chalmette refinery.
Power was returning to Marathon Petroleum's 578,000-bpd Garyville refinery and Valero Energy Corp’s 215,000 bpd St. Charles refinery in Norco.