Petrochemicals

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

AFPM In Your Community – A New Website

The refining and petrochemical manufacturing industries are a fundamental – but often overlooked – cornerstone of our modern civilization and economy. Abundant, affordable, and reliable energy drives local economies and allows communities, schools, hospitals, and Main Street to thrive —...

/ March 18, 2015

What To Look Out For In 2015

With the Obama administration trying to make the environment its legacy, this year promises to be a very busy 12 months for the fuels, petrochemicals and refining industries. Although there already have been some excellent summaries, here are AFPM’s predictions for...

/ January 5, 2015