Three projects expand product capacity of Memphis refinery

Thi Chang Refining/Petrochemical Editor   The top of the new east crude-unit tower, shown on the left, is being lifted to match its bottom portion. The completed tower and associated structure are shown in the right photo (Fig. 4). Cranes erected the new east crude-unit kerosine/diesel stripper in December 1998 (Fig. 5). To continually meet local demand for gasoline and kerosine, Williams Energy Services has more than doubled its Memphis refining capacity since 1990. In the past year, the Williams Memphis refinery, the only refinery in Tennessee, has undertaken three major projects to further this goal: installat...

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