As part of the 2016 AFPM Recruitment Challenge, collegiate teams were tasked with creating an original video that highlights the different career opportunities within the refining and petrochemical industries in addition to showing the benefits those industries provide to our everyday lives.
AFPM asked collegiate teams to create an original video highlighting the career opportunities within the fuel refining and petrochemical manufacturers industries in addition to showing the benefits our industries provide to everyday lives.
By mid-January, news sources have thoroughly exhausted reports on American’s Yuletide spending and attention inevitably turns to the day of reckoning: Tax Day.
It’s time for parents to breathe a sigh of relief: school has started again for children across the country.
If there’s one thing that has been proven time and again in the U.S., it’s that government mandates are not the creator of jobs and incubator of industries they always claim to be.
When it was enacted in 1920, the Merchant Marine Act—aka the Jones Act—probably seemed like a good idea.
No private-sector industry employs more New Mexicans than the oil and gas industry. In fact, about one in 10 people in New Mexico work in the sector, and 25 percent of the state’s general fund—which provides funding for public schools, higher education, and services that support health and public safety—comes directly from these companies and the economic activity they generate.