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Phillips 66 Ireland comprises three business segments, the Whitegate Refinery, Ireland's only refinery, a wholesale marketing business and the Bantry Bay Terminal. In 2011, its owner, American energy company ConocoPhilips announced it was going to hive off its refining assets, including its Cork operations into a separate company, which has been renamed as Phillips 66. ConocoPhillips acquired the Irish refinery in 2001 following its acquisition of another US oil company, Tosco. Whitegate was originally owned by the Irish National Petroleum, a State company. As well as the refinery, which processes light, low-sulfur crude oil sourced mostly from the North Sea, North Africa and West Africa, Phillips 66 also operates a crude oil and products terminal with 7.5 million barrels of storage at an offshore mooring buoy in Bantry Bay. Whitegate processes 3 million tonnes of oil a year.

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