The client was engaged in a large portfolio asset transaction and required Phase I Environmental Site Assessments and regulatory compliance audits conducted at 21 facilities to evaluate the condition of each facility related to regulatory compliance and potential Recognized Environmental Conditions. These facilities consisted of petroleum bulk plants, industrial facilities, fueling/transfer stations, and warehouse facilities in California, Nevada, Arizona, Texas, New Mexico, and Colorado.
Antea Group was contracted as part of an acquisition team to provide environmental liability and compliance related due diligence services for an approximately 500 location retail fuel outlet portfolio acquisition in the southeast US. The client was a South American energy company making its first retail fuel outlet acquisition in the US, and the project was to be performed under an extremely tight timeline.
The current trend towards consolidation in the retail petroleum marketplace is creating momentum for companies to acquire assets much more rapidly than ever before. Strong asset valuations are driving smaller portfolio sell-offs, and the industry continues to see an influx of capital from companies who wish to invest in the US.
CITGO employees, contractors and sponsors participate in bowling fundraiser to fight muscular dystrophy
ROMEOVILLE, Ill., April 7, 2015 /3BL Media/ – The CITGO Lemont Refinery raised $90,000 with the help of more than 30 local businesses at the Fifth Annual Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) Shamrock Bowl. Participants gathered at the Brunswick Zone bowling alley in Romeoville in March to benefit the MDA and raise awareness for muscular dystrophy advocacy, research and support services for Illinois families.
AECOM remediation experts have co-authored a new Good Practice Guide for Management and Remediation of Sites in the Petroleum Industry for the International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association (IPIECA).
Every year, over one trillion plastic bags are used around the world. The average American consumer alone uses 300 annually. This ubiquitous item started out as a convenient and sanitary container for food, produce, liquids, chemicals, and waste. Plastic bags reduce paper use and use less material than comparable boxes, cartons, and jars. They are light, strong, and cheap. Today, however, their sheer number has caused major environmental problems. Most are not recycled, but thrown away, packing up landfills, clogging drainage systems, polluting the ocean, and killing wildlife.
Local CITGO Dealer to Give Back to Customers and Support Kids with Cancer
CHARLOTTE, N.C., Aug. 26, 2013 / 3BL Media/ PRNewswire/ -- CITGO Petroleum Corporation and local CITGO Marketer Mid-State Petroleum are hosting a "Fueling Good Customer Appreciation" event on Aug. 27 that will feature Emily's Kids Foundation, a local non-profit organization that supports families with children battling cancer. From 3 to 5 p.m., customers can receive free fountain drinks and coffee at the Pop Shoppe CITGO, located at 4640 Old Pineville Road, and Emily's Kids Foundation will give away t-shirts to raise awareness of pediatric cancer.