TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - A refinery in northwest Ohio is seeking state approval for a $300 million upgrade to refine tar sands from Alberta, Canada.
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — A refinery in northwest Ohio is seeking state approval for a $300 million upgrade to refine tar sands from Alberta, Canada.
Spokesman Mel Duvall with Canada-based Husky Energy Co. said the type of heavy crude most likely to be refined in Lima (LY'-muh) differs from the company's vast reserves of bitumen, although both are in Alberta.
The (Toledo) Blade (bit.ly/19IF5Ve) says Husky is seeking an Ohio Environmental Protection Agency permit for equipment changes required to stay in compliance with federal air-pollution laws.
The agency will accept comments at a public information session Tuesday at the Lima City Council chambers and written comments will be accepted through Oct. 7.
Information from: The Blade, http://www.toledoblade.com/