Advocacy - Sustainability: Defining Expectations
As public dialogues question society’s best path toward a sustainable future, fuel and petrochemical manufacturers are defining the role of our industries by demonstrating ongoing commitments to improving environmental performance, advancing safety, supporting thriving people and communities, and driving progress in their own operations and in sectors across the economy. Hear how companies are navigating evolving stakeholder expectations while spearheading solutions to some of the world’s most pressing challenges.

Kelly Curran, Senior Director, Communications, AFPM

Ron Abbott, Technical Manager, Sustainability, Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP
Maria Dunn, Policy & Sustainability, Phillips 66
Willis Jernigan, Director, Safety and Health, Koch Industries

Sponsored By:
Haldor Topsoe

Operational Excellence and Culture - Walk the Line and Culture – Leadership Fireside Chat
Walk the Line is a conduct of operations driven, practice sharing program focused on engaging the front line to help reduce process safety events and help make sites safer. This fireside chat will discuss Walk the Line and Culture from a company leader perspective. Case studies on how Walk the Line may help will be provided.

Lawrence Moreaux, Vice President and Site Manager, LyondellBasell

Michael McKee, Vice President, Refining Operations, PBF Energy
Michael VanDerSnick, Senior Vice President Americas Manufacturing, LyondellBasell
Tim Watson, Corporate EH&S Vice President, Americas Styrenics

Sponsored By:
Suez Water Technologies & Solutions

Technology - Cybersecurity Policy in the Evolving Threat Landscape
This session will focus on existing and potential threats to information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) systems, including ransomware, and what policy makers, regulators, and AFPM members can do to make these systems more secure from cyberattacks. We will look at how cyber threats have increased as technology advancements improve operational efficiency, and how the private sector can work with federal partners to ensure cybersecurity policy is crafted in a way that is flexible, non-prescriptive, and allows for industry to adequately respond to the evolving threat landscape.

Derrick Morgan, Senior Vice President, Federal & Regulatory Affairs, AFPM

Will Hurd, U.S. Representative (R-TX) (2015 - 2021); Former CIA Officer
Christopher Roberti, Senior Vice President for Cyber, Intelligence, and Supply Chain Security Policy, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Christopher Lukas, Chief Information Security Officer, Chevron U.S.A. Inc.