WHO WILL YOU MEET?
Meet Senior Decision Makers From:
- Ethanol Producers
- Chemical & Solvent Producers
- Tank Car Manufacturers
- Emergency Response Professionals
- Terminal Operators
From The Following Regions:
- Gulf Coast
- East Coast
- West Coast
- South America
With The Following Job Titles:
CEOs/CFOs/COOs, SVPs, Directors, Managers & Chiefs of ...
- Health, Safety & Environment
- Regulatory Compliance
- Business Development
- Quality Assurance
Plus Suppliers Of:
- Tank Cars
- ECB Technology
- PTC Technology
- Emergency Response Equipment
- Terminal Safety Technology
- Terminal Construction
16+ INDUSTRY SPEAKERS INCLUDING:
Deputy Managing Director
National Transportation Safety Board
Lead Specialist - Rail Compliance
Director Of Rail & Operations
Director Of Rail Strategy And Commercial Development
Senior Vice President of Marketing & Sales
National Steel Car
Commissioner of Railroads
State Of Wisconsin
Director, Research & Development, Rail
National Research Council Canada
Vice President of Regulatory Affairs
American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers
WHAT DID THIS YEARS ATTENDEES HAVE TO SAY?
"Excellent program. Very knowledgeable presenters"
"The knowledge and experience of the speakers made for great discussions"
"A great conference given by industry experts! Well worth your time and I hope to see it grow year after year"
"Very well organized with a diverse group of presenters and attendees"
"Great event with current information on industry issues"
With 6 derailments of crude carrying unit trains this year, it is now more important than ever for the supply chain to work together in investigating and improving rail safety for class 3 flammable liquids. Recent regulations have left the industry with questions and concerns for the future of rail takeaway and for that reason the North American Crude & Hazardous Liquids By Rail Safety Congress has been engineered to answer and inform the supply chain on what is required, what to expect and what costs are involved.
A MULTI-STAKE HOLDER APPROACH TO:
- Clarify Regulatory Expectations
- Investigate The Safety Benefits Of New Technologies And Processes
- Determine The Best Practices For Emergency Response And Remediation
- Calculate Future Costs Involved In Rail Shipping For These Products
Hear from leading experts in their field to ensure compliance, mitigate possible risks and analyze the longevity of future investments in this mode of takeaway.
KEY THINGS TO NOTE ABOUT THE SERIES:
- The Only Summit To Focus On Class 3 Flammable Liquids By Rail Safety, Delving Into All Areas Of The Supply Chain & All Foreseeable Future Impacts
- Focusing On How To Improve The Safety By Prevention Rather Than Reaction, Evaluating How To Prevent Derailments Through New Technologies & Best Practices
- Providing The Industry With The Direct Implications Of New Regulations On Shipments & Costs To Better Prepare For Future Investment
- Dedicated To Providing The Industry With Clarification & Updates On New Regulations & What Has To Be Done To Comply & Remain Safe
AS IT HAPPENS:
- Train Derails In Montana Leading To Home Evacuations & 2 Crude Cars Leaking
- API Retaliates To Recent Regulations By Filing A Petition To Have The Court Block Areas Of The New Rules
- States Determined To Take The Lead On Rail Safety To Speed Reaction Time And Ensure Safety
With public outcry increasing pressure on rail safety improvements it is integral that ...
The industry evaluates the current regulations to determine further changes and benefits to be made, calculates costs and delays involved in compliance to ensure profitability from rail takeaway as well as implement new strategies to inform and assure the public of safety
This meeting will bring together the entire supply chain to investigate the best practices available to prevent derailments, spills and improve remediation. Furthermore, by quantifying costs associated with new tank cars, insurance rates and oil taxes the industry can evaluate the future investments necessary to continue shipping by rail.