California diesel, jet prices rise on Chevron hydrotreater outage -trade -Breaking
HOUSTON, (Reuters) – California diesel prices rose 52.5 cents per gallon in San Francisco Bay Market this week due to a hydrotreater failure. Chevron (NYSE:) Corp’s Richmond, California, refinery, said West Coast market traders.
According to traders, jet prices in San Francisco and Los Angeles have increased by 45 cents over the past Wednesday. This is due to the shut down of the 245 5271 barrel-perday (bpd Richmond) hydrotreater.
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