P66 Reopens San Pablo Bay Marine Terminal

KQED Inc., September 30, 2016

The marine terminal that oil tankers use to unload crude to Phillips 66's 140,000 bpd San Francisco Refinery in has reopened, a week after an oil slick was discovered nearby in the San Pablo Bay prompting the company to shut it down. The oil sheen dissapated shortly after being discovered last Wednesday. The source of the leak has not been determined at this point.

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