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oil products that remain after petroleum has been distilled

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When RESID is included and DCG/HCC is excluded from the model, we find evidence of endogeneity as indicated by the statistically significant coefficients of RESID in both parts of the model (p-values less than 6 and 5 percent, respectively).
As expected, the version of the model that neglects endogeneity (neither RESID nor DCG/HCC included) yields a MH estimate that is larger than the other three configurations.
BP PLC (BP) (NYSE: BP), a United Kingdom-based energy company, has informed regulators that its Texas City refinery is to restart full operations on Monday and that maintenance work on some of its resid hydrotreating equipment is still ongoing.
The resid hydrotreating unit, which has more than one train with catalysts, is continuing to operate during the maintenance work.
Through the first five months of 2005, the average resid price was $33.62/B compared to distillate at $58.50/B.