NRC And Citgo Extend Contract

Friday, April 04, 2008

National Response Corporation (NRC) is pleased to announce the extension of its long-term relationship with CITGO Petroleum Corporation. Under a new two-year contract, NRC will provide supplemental emergency response services for all of CITGO's refineries, terminals and pipelines throughout the .
"We are pleased to maintain our support of CITGO's emergency response needs," commented Jim Godfrey, NRC Vice President of Operations. "Since 1995 we have enjoyed a close relationship with CITGO, having them continue to place their trust in NRC is gratifying."
"With NRC, CITGO has access to some of the best emergency response capability in the ," said Rixio Medina, CITGO Vice President Health, Safety, Security, Environmental Protection and Shared Services . "It’s good to have them as a supplement to our emergency response team."

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