Sunday, October 16 - Tuesday, October 18, 2016
New Orleans Marriott
555 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA 70130-2349
The AFPM Environmental Conference program focuses on regulatory and policy issues at the plant level. The meeting format consists of both technical presentations and question and answer sessions. The sessions are designed to address the impacts of various environmental regulations on refineries and petrochemical plants and to provide solutions and compliance mechanisms for a facility. A poster session highlights technologies and systems developed or used by organizations to improve environmental compliance and controls. The Conference features industry experts from refining and petrochemical companies.
Save $100 off full conference registration by registering by September 16th, and save an additional $200 by reserving a room in the AFPM block at the New Orleans Marriott as you register. On-line registration closes October 7th.
Under an increasingly challenging regulatory framework and adversarial social climate, obtaining the necessary environmental authorizations for capital projects has become more complex, presenting significant risks related to project costs and schedule. This workshop will provide an exploration of the strategies that can be used to increase speed to market, reduce capital risks, and boost the economic viability of projects. Using various expert perspectives (technical, legal, policy, regulatory, public affairs, etc.) and interactive discussion, the workshop agenda is designed to present solutions and help the audience see the road ahead more clearly. ERM’s facilitation of the workshop will particularly focus on extracting lessons learned from permitting of projects across the country and how those lessons can be applied to effectively manage capital project permitting in the future.