Shell's Norco, Louisiana, gasoline unit restart delayed 1-2 weeks -sources
Shell's Norco, Louisiana, gasoline unit restart delayed 1-2 weeks -sources. HOUSTON, April 24 (Reuters) - The restart of the gasoline-producing unit at Royal Dutch Shell Plc's 218,200 barrel-per-day (bpd) Norco, Louisiana, refinery has been delayed between one and two weeks, said sources familiar with plant operations on Wednesday. The restart of the 112,000-bpd gasoline-producing Residual Catalytic Cracking Unit from a two-month overhaul was scheduled for May 8, but is now expected to take place in the third or fourth week of May, the sources said. Shell is preparing to restart the 14,800-bpd alkylation unit, which is expected to resume operations as early as this week, according to the sources.