The AFPM Environmental Conference focuses on regulatory and policy issues at the plant level.

2018 Environmental Conference

The AFPM Environmental Conference focuses on regulatory and policy issues at the plant level.

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Meetings & Conferences

Environmental Conference

October 14 - 16, 2018

San Antonio, TX

The AFPM Environmental Conference focuses on regulatory and policy issues at the plant level. The meeting format consists of both technical presentations and question and answer sessions. The sessions are designed to address the impacts of various environmental regulations on refineries and petrochemical plants and to provide solutions and compliance mechanisms for a facility. A poster session highlights technologies and systems developed or used by organizations to improve environmental compliance and controls.

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Statement by AFPM President and CEO Chet Thompson

“The President’s proposal to waive the rules for E15 is unlawful and could actually make the problems of the Renewable Fuel Standard worse. The President has promised to broker a deal to reform the RFS that works for all stakeholders. This isn’t it. We are disappointed to see that despite good-faith efforts by refiners to find potential solutions, the Administration has unilaterally embraced a one-sided approach that only serves the ethanol community, which has shown little interest in finding common ground.

AFPM Applauds Proposal to Revise Fuel Economy Standards

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Chet Thompson, President & CEO of The American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers (AFPM), released the following statement on the joint proposal by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to revise 2021 – 2026 fuel economy standards:

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