A refinery is a type of production facility that generally has a series of several chemical engineering unit processes and unit operations for refining materials or converting raw material into products of value, such as those found in the petroleum industry. There are roughly 145 oil refineries across the United States. The newest refineries are found in Wyoming, North Dakota, and Texas.
ForensisGroup Refinery Expert Witnesses have years of practical and theoretical experience in the petrochemical and refining fields. Our Refinery Expert Witnesses have consulted in the area of environmental compliance and engineering, estimation, negotiation, and management of funds for refinery projects, as well as refinery installation, shutting down of operations, bankruptcy, and analysis of investigation of property of a closed refinery operation. These refinery experts conduct engineering investigations and studies, risk assessments for refineries, and analysis of refinery safety and training. Some have managed refinery site remediation efforts and developed spill containment, control and countermeasure plans for bulk fuel storage, refinery installations, offshore platforms, and pipeline terminal facilities.
Our refinery expert witnesses have many years of professional experience as heads of operations at refineries, refinery inspectors, executives and managers of petrochemical companies, managers of oil and gas divisions in corporations, and leaders of a decommissioning and dismantling refineries. These experts are Certified Managers of Investment Recovery, Field Safety Representatives, Hazardous Waste Operations Managers, and Emergency Response Supervisors.
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