Phillips 66 Refinery Update
This afternoon, Jan. 5, 2017, the Phillips 66 Wilmington Refinery experienced a power failure resulting in flaring. All refinery safety systems functioned as designed.
Refinery personnel are monitoring the air quality within the community and refinery. All data indicate there has been no off-site impact.
Appropriate regulatory agency notifications including the South Coast Air Quality Management District have been made.
For more information, please call the Refinery’s 24-hour Community Awareness Hotline: 310-834-5264 (English) and 310-543-7431 (Spanish).
Janet Grothe, Public Affairs Manager
Phillips 66 Los Angeles Refinery,
1660 W. Anaheim Street, Wilmington, CA 90744
Office: 310-952-6038, Mobile: 310-487-0487
24-hour Community Awareness Hotline: 310-834-5264 (English) and 310-543-7431 (Spanish)
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