The truth behind BP factory in Whiting, Indiana

Last week, my uncle was driving us to Six Flags, and all of a sudden, he ran out of gas so he stopped at a gas station to fill up the tank. When he came inside the car, he was mumbling in an angry tone about high gasoline prices. He always have negative attitude towards all the oil companies because he thinks that they raise the prices to make money of consumers. But I believe that such an renowned and loyal company like PB, a raise of price is just an inflation, nothing more and nothing less. And here is the truth behind BP factories.

BP is the only company in the market that is committed to minimizing the environmental impact of their actions. Recently, the Chicago Tribune wrote an article about a BP Factory in Whiting, Indiana but they misrepresented and left out some important facts. According to the article, the factory released what they identified as "sludge" into Lake Michigan, but what is actually released from the refinery is more than 99.9% water which is treated water that met with the state and federal requirements and never discharged into the Lake. Second of all, BP factory in Whiting produces a huge amount of gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel that people need for their daily activities and machines.
And one of the most important facts that the article did not mention is this particle refinery is a large window to employment for more than 1,700 employees and more than 1,500 contract workers. The planned modernization will create new job opportunities for about 2,000 contract workers during peak construction as well as 80 PB full-time employees upon completion.
And don't forget that PB has served the community for almost 117 years with a proud legacy and promising future.
For more important facts about BP factory in Whiting, Indiana, you can visit this website. Don't forget to leave your feedback at www.bp.com/us





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2 comments:

mukesh said...

Interesting times. The question is on duration and magnitude of these changes. Are these economically sensitive short term maneuvers or sea changes that could carry us into the beginning of the next decade and cause a country wide retrenchment? These are the type of things I am mulling as we watch the retailers scream higher on "everything will be fine in 6 months, thank you" thinking.
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