The Oklahoma Refining Company Superfund Site is a 160-acre former refinery site in Cyril, Okla.
The site was operated by Anderson-Prichard Oil Corporation and APCO Oil Corporation as an oil refinery from 1920 until approximately 1978, and then in a limited capacity by Oklahoma Refining Company until 1987.
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Under the settlement agreement, the APCO Liquidating Trust and the APCO Missing Stockholder Trust have agreed to pay million to the United States in order to resolve the U. Dreher, Acting Assistant Attorney General for the Environment and Natural Resources Division. taxpayers and the environment.” The ORC Site was operated by Anderson-Prichard Oil Corporation and APCO Oil Corporation as an oil refinery from 1920 until about 1978, and then in a limited capacity by Oklahoma Refining Company until 1987.
Shaw analyzed the site and recommended a cleanup plan to the EPA and USACOE.
The documents the EPA continues to withhold from the Liquidating Trustee comprise Shaw employees' technical drawings, draft documents and email messages relating to its recommendation.
In re APCO LIQUIDATING TRUST and APCO Missing Stockholder Trust Debtors. Mc Millian, as Liquidating Trustee for the APCO Liquidating Trust and APCO Missing Stockholder Trust, Plaintiff v. ("Shaw") in connection with a dispute in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.
United States of America, United States General Services Administration, United States Environmental Protection Agency, State of Oklahoma and Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality, Defendants. The Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") opposes the petition and resists production of certain documents on the basis of the deliberative process privilege.