Petrochemicals

CFATS Implementation With DHS’s David Wulf: Part 2

AFPM’s Security Conference is going to have an exciting agenda this year. From April 13 – 15, AFPM members will have the opportunity to gain vital information on a myriad of security issues, policies and future regulations. This year, conference attendees...

/ March 31, 2015

Women in Petrochemicals – Creating Connections at IPC

One of the great things about industry events is the ability to network with your peers. You can make connections and contacts, share information and knowledge, and find support from others. As a woman in the petrochemical industry (we make...

/ March 26, 2015

CFATS Implementation With DHS’s David Wulf: Part 1

2014 was a very important year for the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) Program, which identifies and regulates high-risk chemical facilities to ensure they have security measures in place to reduce the risks associated with these chemicals. In addition to...

/ March 25, 2015

Setting the Facts Straight on Refiners’ Ability to Handle Domestic Crude Oil

The crude export debate has brought with it a conversation surrounding domestic refiners’ ability to handle the growing U.S. oil supply. Given this debate, AFPM released yesterday a third-party survey of U.S. fuel manufacturers. It found that U.S. refiners have more than enough...

/ March 18, 2015