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Byron Hamilton, the Pelican vice president who oversaw operations at the Lake Charles refinery since 2005 from an office in Houston pleaded guilty on July 6, 2011, to the crime of negligently placing persons in imminent danger of death and serious bodily injury in violation of the Clean Air Act as a result of negligent releases at the refinery. Hamilton faces up to one year in prison and a $200,000 fine for each of the two Clean Air Act counts. On Oct. 31, 2011, Pelican's former asphalt facilities manager, Mike LeBleu, also pleaded guilty to a negligent endangerment charge under the Clean Air Act.
In a joint factual statement filed in court, Pelican, headquartered in Houston,
A continuous emission monitoring system (CEMS) designed to measure the hydrogen sulfide levels in refinery emissions was not working properly; and
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Sour crude oil was stored in a tank that was not properly placed into service
admitted that the company had knowingly committed criminal violations of its operating permit at the refinery located in Lake Charles, La. The violations were discovered during a March 2006 inspection by the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ) and the EPA, which identified numerous unsafe operating conditions. Pelican also pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice for submitting materially false deviation reports to LDEQ, the agency that administers the federal Clean Air Act in Louisiana.
and $2 million in community service payments that will go toward various environmental projects in Louisiana, including air pollution monitoring. The criminal fine is the largest ever in Louisiana for violations of the Clean Air Act. Pelican is also prohibited from future operations unless it implements an environmental compliance plan, which includes independent quarterly audits by an outside firm and oversight by a court appointed monitor.
provide for the safe combustion of potentially explosive chemicals; because
no company budget, no environmental department and noIn order to comply with a permit issued under the Clean Air Act, the refinery
concerning the laboratory testing of asphalt.
Pelican admitted to the following:
and remained in the tank after the roof sank;
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equipment was either not functioning, poorly maintained, improperlyIt was a routine practice for over a year to use an emergency flare gun to
re light the flare tower at the refinery designed to burn off toxic gases and
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The government's investigation of the Pelican Refinery continues. Under the Crime Victims' Rights Act, crime victims are afforded certain statutory rights, including the opportunity to attend all public hearings and provide input to the prosecution.
A caustic scrubber designed to remove hydrogen sulfide from emissions was bypassed;
was required to use certain key pollution prevention equipment, but that
Pelican provided false information to the states of Louisiana and Texas
Pelican Refining Company has been sentenced to pay $12 million for felony violations of the Clean Air Act and Obstruction of Justice charges in a Lafayette court today. This sentence is the largest ever criminal fine in Louisiana for air Black And Gold Nike Uptempo
the pilot light was not functioning properly, employees would take turns
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