HOUSTON, May 13 (Reuters) - A lube oil hydrocracking unit was shut on Saturday at Motiva Enterprises’ 600,000 barrel per day (bpd) Port Arthur, Texas, after a fire, according to a notice filed with Texas pollution regulators.
No injuries were reported due to the fire, a Motiva spokeswoman said in a statement. The company declined to identify the unit involved.
The fire broke out in a heater check valve, according to the notice filed with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
Motiva is a joint-venture between Saudi Refining, a unit of Saudi Aramco and Royal Dutch Shell Plc.
A lube oil hydrocracking unit uses hydrogen to produce lubricant oils.