June 2014

Recruitment Supplement

Troubleshooting, data analysis remain valuable skills on refinery side

In its first-ever supplement covering recruitment trends and best practices in the downstream industry, Hydrocarbon Processing spoke with professionals and organizations active in hiring and training ..

McKinney, C., BP US Refining and Marketing

In its first-ever supplement covering recruitment trends and best practices in the downstream industry, Hydrocarbon Processing spoke with professionals and organizations active in hiring and training today’s top talent. Especially as the industry continues to experience an unprecedented increase in natural gas supplies, it is ever-important to attract and retain a diverse, international workforce capable of meeting technical challenges, as part of the great crew change. To this point, HP talked with Cheryl McKinney, a member of the BP Refining and Marketing (R&M), East of Rockies executive team. As such, she is accountable for strategy, investment, and commercial integration. She used

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