Posted on July 10, 2012, 19:24
On July 9, 2012 EPRINC held its inaugural Washington Energy Forum – EPRINC Embassy Series event at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, DC. The event featured several presentations addressing refinery closures in the Northeastern United States (PADD 1) and strategies for improving crude oil transportation infrastructure as well as remarks by new EIA Administrator Adam Siemenski. EPRINC would like to thank the Canadian Embassy and Statoil for their generous support and assistance in launching this inaugural event.
The event agenda and presentations can be downloaded with the links below. These and future presentations will be accessible via www.eprinc.org/embassy/.
Agenda – Refinery Closures in the Northeast (PADD 1): Strategies for Addressing Supply Challenges – Canadian Embassy – July 9, 2012
Market Implications and Drivers of East Coast Refinery Closing – Kevin Lindemer, Kevin Lindemer, LLC
Global Partners LP (GLP) Presentation – Eric Slifka, President and CEO, Global Partners LP
Enbridge Liquids Pipelines – Vern Yu, VP Business Development & Asset Management