February 2002

Misc

HP talks with Jerry Thompson, Chairman of the Board, NPRA's Executive Committee

        Jerry Thompson will step down as the Chairman of the Executive Committee next month. He has been inst..

Jerry Thompson will step down as the Chairman of the Executive Committee next month. He has been instrumental in developing NPRA's strategies to handle many issues impacting the U.S. refining and petrochemical industries. In the final days of his chairmanship, Jerry Thompson shares his views and outlook. HP: As chairman of NPRA, what has been your greatest challenge? Thompson: Trade associations by their very make-up are unnatural beasts: a group of competitors who come together to find common ground on issues that impact each of them diffe

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