March 2016

Trends and Resources

Industry Perspectives: Political analysts shed light on US election implications for the downstream

As the exclusive show daily provider for the AFPM Annual Meeting, Hydrocarbon Processing will be live at the meeting in San Francisco with full coverage of all conference presentations.

In a presidential election year in the US, the hot topic on the minds of many industry leaders in 2016 is the impact those election results might have on the downstream sector. As a result, it comes as little surprise that the majority of the headline speakers at this month’s Annual Meeting of the American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers (AFPM) come from the political realm. Meeting details The event (Fig. 1), which brings together top executives and leading personnel from across the entire spectrum of the US downstream industry, kicks off on Monday, March 14 with a general session featuring Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, the managing editors of Bloomberg Politics and co-hosts of

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