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Penalty stems from citations for more than 400 process safety management violations cited at Texas refinery in October 2009.


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Penalty stems from citations for more than 400 process safety management violations cited at Texas refinery in October 2009.

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Breaking: BP To Pay More Than $13 Million For Texas City Safety Violations

Penalty stems from citations for more than 400 process safety management violations cited at Texas refinery in October 2009.

BP to Pay $50.6 Million Penalty for 2005 Refinery Explosion

Last week, OSHA announced that BP Products North America Inc. will pay a full penalty of $50.6 million stemming from the 2005 refinery explosion that killed 15 workers and injured 170 others.

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