Delaware City Refinery Renews Plans for $100 Million Upgrade

Delaware Online, February 20, 2018

A $100 million upgrade shelved by the Delaware City Refinery in 2016 is back in play as the company looks to capitalize on future demand for cleaner marine fuels. Company officials later confirmed that the project is "essentially" the same hydrogen-production unit upgrade that won the blessing of state regulators three years ago. At that time, PBF estimated the project would provide jobs to 150 construction workers during the roughly 18-month build-out and would require about $30 million worth of construction services and supplies.

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