July 2015, Vol. 242, No. 7

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US Capacity to Refine Crude into Products Reaches 18 MMbpd, EIA Says

Increased refinery runs, based on increases in both capacity and use, have helped accommodate increases in U.S. crude oil production. The United States’ capacity to refine crude oil into petroleum products – measured as operable atmospheric crude distillation unit (CDU) capacity – increased by 0.2% in 2014, reaching 18 MMbpd, according to EIA’s annual Refinery Capacity Report. The refinery capacity reported for the beginning of 2015 includes expansions that were operable on Jan. 1, but not necessarily operating. Because these units were not operating , capacity for those projects is listed as idle. Dakota Prairie Refining recently completed construction of one of t

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