October 1999

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HP Insight: If we only had a simple solution

If refiners thought that they were busy before, they must really brace themselves now. More changes and environmentally driven issues are ahead in the next few years. This is the underlying message fr..

Romanow, Stephany, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

If refiners thought that they were busy before, they must really brace themselves now. More changes and environmentally driven issues are ahead in the next few years. This is the underlying message from the recent NPRA Environmental Conference (Dallas, Sept. 27–28, 1999). In a two-day information exchange, representatives from the U.S. EPA and state environmental agencies presented their view of how refiners are performing and complying with current federal and state environment regulations. EPA openly discussed its enforcement agenda toward the refining industry. It is no secret; the refining industry is a high-profile target for regulators and is the focus of close scrutiny.

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