BP OUTLINES U.S. REFINERY SPENDING PLANS

BP Oil Co. plans to spend more than $500 million on environmental and efficiency projects at its two Ohio refineries during the next decade. The outlays will assure BP's competitive position in an industry that is modernizing and changing to meet new technological and environmental standards, the company said. Plans call for: An $18.3 million project to upgrade instrumentation and centralize control of all process units at the 150,000 b/sd Lima refinery. Spending of more than $100 million

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