Contra Costa County supervisors put off Rodeo refinery hearing once more



imageThis is an excerpt from a CCTimes article.

MARTINEZ — A public hearing on a propane-and-butane recovery project at the Phillips 66 refinery in Rodeo has been continued for the third time by the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors, to June 3. (9:00AM)

The county needs more time to respond to the questions brought up by stakeholders in the Propane Recovery Project, namely the people who live near or might be impacted by the potential change in feedstock to the refinery, and the storage and transport of large quantities of LPG and highly volatile crudes.

The refinery argues that the project is not based on any change in crude coming into the plant.  Those who disagree and have presented facts that support their opposing claims, and the decisions ultimately reached by the county’s board of supervisors could have far reaching impacts on the local communities for many years.

Please read the full article here.


This entry was posted in News, Propane Project. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply