Inspectioneering
News

TotalEnergies Feyzin, France Refinery Hit by Fire

Reuters, October 4, 2021
Reuters

French oil major TotalEnergies' Feyzin refinery was hit by a fire overnight, but the fire has been rapidly brought under control and nobody has been hurt, the company said in a statement on Monday.

It added that certain units at the site near Lyon will have to adapt their activity but that the company will continue to ensure supply to its network of gas stations and to its customers.

A CGT union official had said earlier that refining activities at the site would be halted in the next 24 to 48 hours following a major fire overnight.


(Reporting by Sybille de la Hamaide and Benjamin Mallet; Writing by Dominique Vidalon; Editing by GV de Clercq and Marguerita Choy)

Click here to read the full article from Reuters.

Copyright 2021 Thomson Reuters. Click for restrictions.

Comments and Discussion

There are no comments yet.

Add a Comment

Please log in or register to participate in comments and discussions.


Inspectioneering Journal

Explore over 20 years of articles written by our team of subject matter experts.

Company Directory

Find relevant products, services, and technologies.

Talent Solutions

Discover job opportunities that match your skillset.

Case Studies

Learn from the experience of others in the industry.

Integripedia

Inspectioneering's index of mechanical integrity topics – built by you.

Industry News

Stay up-to-date with the latest inspection and asset integrity management news.

Blog

Read short articles and insights authored by industry experts.

Expert Interviews

Inspectioneering's archive of interviews with industry subject matter experts.

Event Calendar

Find upcoming conferences, training sessions, online events, and more.

Downloads

Downloadable eBooks, Asset Intelligence Reports, checklists, white papers, and more.

Videos

Watch educational and informative videos directly related to your profession.

Acronyms

Commonly used asset integrity management and inspection acronyms.