Western Refining Inc. said it plans to restart certain units of its El Paso, Texas, plant in three to five days after cold weather caused a shutdown Feb. 2.
The refinery experienced some freeze-related damage, El Paso-based Western said in a statement. The company said it is working with its customers and suppliers to address interruptions related to the event.
The statement and an accompanying e-mail from Gary Hanson, a company spokesman, didn’t specify which units were shut. The El Paso refinery has a capacity of 128,000 barrels a day, according to data complied by Bloomberg.