Sinclair hopes to reopen this week.

Rawlins, Wy – Production still has not been restored at the Sinclair oil refinery in Carbon County, more than a week after the facility was shut down by a power outage.
An external power failure on Dec. 6 interrupted refinery
operations and led to a release of hydrogen sulfide gas. According
to state and federal records, it was the 14th reportable spill or
toxic release at the refinery so far this year.
There have been no reports of injuries or illnesses because of
the spills.
Sinclair spokesman Clint Ensign said Tuesday that most steam
generation has been restored, and he expects some process units
will return to operation sometime this week.
The refinery has a capacity of producing 80,000 barrels a day.