The Center on Global Energy Policy's Women in Energy program is organizing a tour of the Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery in Linden, NJ.
The Bayway Refinery has approximately 800 employees and processes mainly light, low-sulfur crude oil (crude capacity: 258,000 barrels per day). Crude oil is supplied to the refinery by tanker from Canada and West Africa, and U.S.-advantaged crude is supplied through a combination of rail and marine transport.
The refinery produces a high percentage of transportation fuels and petrochemical feedstocks, residual fuel oil and home heating oil. The facility distributes refined products to East Coast customers by barge, truck, pipeline and railcar.
9:00am Depart Columbia University Center on Global Energy Policy
10:00am Arrival at the refinery in Linden, NJ
10:15am Overview/Presentation of Phillips 66 and the Bayway Refinery given by Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery representatives
11:15am Refinery Tour – Driving tour to view and learn about various operating units, waterfront, control centers, etc.
12:30pm Lunch & Panel Q&A
1:30pm Depart Bayway Refinery
2:30pm Arrive at Columbia University Center on Global Energy Policy
Attire: Business casual attire (i.e., khaki slacks or neat jeans with no rips; polo shirt or nice blouse – no graphic tee shirts and no open toed shoes).
Transportation will be provided. Please arrive at the Center on Global Energy Policy not later than 8:45am to sign in and complete the Site Access Agreement form. The bus will depart at 9:00am sharp.
This tour is open to students and Women in Energy professional members.
Registration is required. All visitors must present a government issued photo ID upon check-in (driver’s license, passport). Space is limited. Please register only if you can commit to attending the site visit.
Important: Names have to be sent to Bayway a week prior to the event therefore those who register will be asked to confirm their participation by September 13.
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