May 2009

Trends and Resources

HP Associations: The US refining industry is still alive and vital

  The US refining industry is still alive and vital The 107th NPRA Annual Meeting took place in San Antonio, Texas, last month. Global economic..

Thinnes, Billy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

  The US refining industry is still alive and vital The 107th NPRA Annual Meeting took place in San Antonio, Texas, last month. Global economic and political events helped steer the conversations at the meeting in a variety of directions. During a press conference kicking off the meeting, Kevin Brown, the executive vice president of Sinclair Oil and NPRA's current chairman, said, "In these difficult economic times, the industry is seeing hardship and is being tested by policymakers. But I think the industry is confronting the economic and credit crisis in a very responsible way, which is a testament to our

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