January 2012

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HP Associations: Making safety second nature

Most folks don’t know it, but the epicenter for high-level downstream refining safety discussions during late October was in the land where the Aggie roams freely. That would, of course, be Colle..

Thinnes, Billy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Most folks don’t know it, but the epicenter for high-level downstream refining safety discussions during late October was in the land where the Aggie roams freely. That would, of course, be College Station, Texas, where Texas A&M’s Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center hosted its annual international symposium on safety. The keynote speaker for the event was former Congressman Lee Hamilton (D-IN), an expert voice on international affairs respected by folks across the ideological spectrum for his common sense approach to governance and true concern for the betterment of the US. Mr. Hamilton currently serves as the co-chair of the US Department of Energy’s Blue Ribbon

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