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Buckeye says damage is minor at its Bahamas facility after Dorian

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Buckeye Pipeline Partners said Friday that initial inspections of its petroleum storage facility in Freeport, Bahamas, after Hurricane Dorian showed only minor damage from wind and rain and no indication of product release.

"A complete assessment of storm impacts to the facility is currently being undertaken," the company said in a statement.
Buckeye said it was communicating with its customers about when it would be safe to resume partial operations.

Buckeye's 27.2 million-barrel facility holds crude, refined products and butane. It is also a transshipment point as well as a blending facility.

Equinor said Thursday that its initial assessment of its 6.5 million barrel crude oil storage facility in South Riding, Bahamas, showed that it had sustained damage and that oil had been observed on the ground.

The destruction wrought by Dorian, the strongest hurricane on record to strike the Bahamas, is slowing damage assessments at both facilities.
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