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084f2db8c6 BP Texas City March 23, 2005, p64 ^ What Went Wrong: Oil Refinery Disaster ^ Fatal Accident Investigation Report, Isomerization Unit Explosion, Final Report, Texas City, Texas, USA. The results of the technical investigation of a team of BP-experts were summarized in the so-called Mogford report, the findings with regard to the organizational aspects and the responsibility of management in the so-called Bonse report. Chemical Safety Board BP: Texas City Refinery Incident March 23, 2005 BP Accident Investigation Report (Archive) Baker Panel Report BP America Refinery Explosion - Chemical Safety Board Brent Coone website hosts documents released to the public by BP as one of the terms of settlement with Eva Rowe Special Report: 2005 Texas City Explosion. The Texas City Refinery was the second-largest oil refinery in the state, and the third-largest in the United States with an input capacity of 437,000 barrels (69,500m3) per day as of January 1, 2000. BP acquired the Texas City refinery as part of its merger with Amoco in 1999.. Retrieved 23 March 2013. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board reports identified numerous technical and organisational failings at the refinery and within corporate BP.
Some suggestions: Go back to the last page Go to the home page .. Investigation reports. under instructions from the other Day Supervisor. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board. With the relief valves fully open, over 196,000 litres (52,000USgal) of heated raffinate passed directly into the collection header over a 6 minute period before closing, as pressure in the system dropped to their closing or blowdown pressure of 37.3psi (257kPa) above atmospheric pressure. ^ BP study blames managers for 2005 blast at Texas refinery ^ U.S. Investigation Report - Refinery Fire and Explosion and Fire. Remedial work had been started on the raffinate splitter from February 21, 2005. District Judge Lee Rosenthal heard arguments regarding BP's offer to plead guilty to a federal environmental crime with a US$50 million fine.