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Flint Hills Resources, in the midst of a $400 million upgrade, plans to spend $300 million more to generate electricity and produce fertilizer when refining gasoline.
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Flint Hills expects the latest upgrades will require about 1,500 temporary workers, in addition to the 2,000 already working there.
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