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Iraqi troops on Monday seized oil fields, a refinery and a military base that all had been under Kurdish control.
Also stirred into the noxious brew are spilled fuel, runoff from waste sites, lawn pesticides and pollutants from the region's many petroleum refineries and chemical plants.
Since the 1980's, oil and gas firms create MLPs for individual pipelines, refineries and other energy infrastructure projects.
Robertson made prefabricated metal siding and roofing from which to erect factories, smelters, refineries and chemical works.
Exxon’s Baytown operation came under scrutiny during Hurricane Harvey this year for releasing toxic pollutants during the storm, which battered refineries and other chemical facilities along Houston’s coastline.
In Syria, as many as 50,000 makeshift oil refineries stain the country, leaching oil into the water and soil, and ruining the health of the children operating them.
But spokesman Mike Thornbrugh said the company had been told that refineries and pipelines serving the Dallas-Fort Worth area would be resuming operations soon, which would improve supplies.
For example, residents of Manchester, a neighborhood in Houston’s East End with many low-income and minority residents, live close to industrial sites, refineries and chemical storage facilities, many of which were flooded during Harvey.
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