It's emerged that a giant oil refinery that provides almost a quarter of all the south east's fuel could be closed down and turned into a storage facility.
The Coryton plant in South Essex went into administration in January and talks have continued to find a buyer.
One of the options could see it used for storage only which could mean the loss of up to 800 jobs and impact on the region's supplies. Iain McBride has more.
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