Petrochemical

Winning the Tour de France thanks to petrochemicals

The first Tour de France was held in 1903. 60 cyclists rode over unpaved roads without helmets, comfortable bikes or other modern technologies. Today the race has evolved to a total of 21 stages covering almost 2,200 miles. In recent...

/ July 20, 2016

TSCA Reform is a Done Deal: Now What?

President Obama signed the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act into law on June 22, 2016. The law requires a number of actions to be taken by EPA within the first couple of years of enactment....

/ July 6, 2016

Finding the Next Generation of Craft Professionals

One of the most significant challenges facing the fuel and petrochemical industries is finding the next generation of craft professionals ranging from electricians to millwrights to everything in between. This challenge has led us to contemplate where will we find...

/ June 16, 2016

Cars At The Capital: Petrochemicals In Cars From Taft To Today

Since the early 20th century, U.S. presidents have embraced automotive technology. President William Howard Taft, an early automobile enthusiast, broke the long presidential tradition of using horse-drawn vehicles, and brought the presidency to more modern times with his use of...

/ April 7, 2016