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Britain's Coryton refinery to run after Petroplus collapse

May 16/2012

(Reuters) - A tanker carrying crude oil is heading for Britain's Coryton refinery, trade sources and ship tracking data showed on Tuesday, just as a deal to keep the plant running after the collapse of its owner Petroplus expires.

It was not clear whether the shipment, due to reach the refinery on Tuesday afternoon, was under the expiring three-month deal to supply the plant, or part of a new arrangement to keep the refinery operating.

"We are working on a number of options and in the interest of not destabilising anything we are not commenting at all," said Steven Pearson, a PwC administrator looking after the refinery.

Last month, Coryton's administrator said the fate of the refinery would be decided by mid-May when the current oil supply deal expired.
Author:Anna Larionova
Tags:oil, neftehimiya.
Category:General News
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