WASHINGTON, D.C. – AFPM released the following statement in response to the Senate's passage yesterday of S. 1982, the Save Our Seas Act 2.0.
Beyond digitization (converting analog information to digital) and digitalization (the technology-driven shift to business processes) lies digital transformation.
In advance of the AFPM Summit, AFPM Vice President of Technical and Safety Programs Lara Swett and Technical Operations Program Leader Alyse Keller talk about one of AFPM’s premier safety programs, Walk the Line.
Although COVID-19 changed the way many of us work and our companies operate, one thing remains the same for the refining and petrochemical companies.
The temporary enforcement policy announced by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) triggered criticism about some in the oil and gas industry getting a “license to pollute” during a public health emergency.
Nothing is more important than the health and safety of our people and our communities—the communities where our employees live, work and go to school.