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The 2001 Humber Refinery explosion was a major incident at the then Conoco-owned Humber Refinery at South Killingholme in North Lincolnshire. A large explosion occurred on the Saturate Gas Plant area of the site on Easter Monday, 16 April 2001 at approximately 2:20 p.m. There were no fatalities, but two people were injured.[1] Contents 1 Effects 2 HSE investigation 3 See also 4 References 5 External links // Effects The incident temporarily shut down the entire refinery and caused oil prices to increase. Damage was caused to the nearby villages of North and South Killingholme as well as the nearby town of Immingham - mainly doors being blown from their hinges and windows being blown in. HSE investigation ConocoPhillips, as the company is now known, was investigated and subsequently fined £895,000 and ordered to pay £218,854 costs by the Health and Safety Executive for failing to effectively monitor the degradation of the refinery's pipework. The company pleaded guilty to these charges in court and has since implemented a Risk Based Inspection programme.[2] See also ConocoPhillips Humber Refinery South Killingholme Flixborough Disaster References ^ Major blast at oil refinery - BBC News Online ^ ConocoPhillips Ltd fined - Health & Safety Executive website External links Humber Refinery at the ConocoPhillips website HSE report into the incident v • d • e ConocoPhillips Divisions 101 Ranch • Alaska • Burlington Resources • Chevron Phillips • Conoco • Marland • Phillips • Phillips 66 • ProJET • Tosco • Union 76 Facilities Bayway Refinery • Conoco-Phillips Building • Denali Gas Pipeline • Humber Refinery • Immingham Power Station • Rampside Terminal • Rodeo San Francisco Refinery • Theddlethorpe Terminal • Wood River Refinery People John A. Carrig • Archie W. Dunham • Ernest W. Marland • James J. Mulva • Sue Ellen Wooldridge Controversies 1989 Phillips Disaster • 1999 Phillips Explosion • 2000 Phillips Explosion • 2001 Humber Refinery Explosion Other Conoco Soccer Stadium • Houston Rodeo Run • Phillips Petroleum Process • Phillips, Texas Annual revenue  $246.182 billion USD (2008) · Employees 33,800 (2009) · Stock symbol NYSE: COP · Website Coordinates: 53°38′09″N 0°14′51″W / 53.6359°N 0.2476°W / 53.6359; -0.2476