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Miro Oil Refinery Shut One Unit For Four Weeks


The Miro oil refinery in southwest Germany is limiting deliveries of heating oil and gasoline to some customers, amid a four-week shutdown at one of its units, according to two people familiar with the matter.

  • Miro has been running at reduced capacity since 25 Dec, when a crude-processing unit stopped, according to Wood Mackenzie.
  • The refinery will stop loadings of heating oil onto trucks from Wednesday through early next week, one person said. Some barge shipments of gasoline via the Rhine River have been cancelled since the end of last week, the second person said.

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