March 2002

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HP Insight: A real danger to the HPI – Congress

The terrorist attacks' wake has spilled across many economicsectors, severely damaging industries from airlines to retailing.The greatest threat facing the hydrocarbon processing industries'(HPI) futu..

Summers, A., SIS-Tech Solutions, LLC

The terrorist attacks' wake has spilled across many economic sectors, severely damaging industries from airlines to retailing. The greatest threat facing the hydrocarbon processing industries' (HPI) future existence comes from within the halls of Congress under this guise - the war on terrorism. In order to protect citizens from an HPI facility attack, Congress has developed the Chemical Security Act of 2001. This bill proposes that laws be created requiring the HPI to make plant sites inherently safe from dangerous situations. This means companies would be expected to prevent ANY substantial spill, release or fatality from occurring at plant sites, whether it be from terrori

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