Genesis Energy, L.P.

Genesis Energy, L.P. (NYSE: GEL) is a publicly traded diversified midstream energy master limited partnership headquartered in Houston, Texas. As a flexible and responsive supply and logistics company, our custom solutions allow us to move product to market in the most efficient and cost-effective manner, while maintaining our strong cultural focus on safety and reliability.

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EPA PLANS TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL CLARIFICATION ON SELF-IDENTIFYING AS A MANUFACTURER OR IMPORTER OF A HIGH-PRIORITY CHEMICAL

National Law Review | March 04, 2020

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Given the considerable industry stakeholder confusion and angst that has arisen related to the January 27, 2020, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Federal Register notice on identifying the preliminary lists of manufacturers (including importers) of the 20 chemical substances that EPA designated as high-priority substances for risk evaluation and for which fees will be charged (85 Fed. Reg. 4661), EPA leadership has repeatedly stated that EPA is considering options to alleviate these co...

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CPI PARTNERS WITH RSC TO TACKLE CHEMICAL SCIENCE CHALLENGES

The Chemical Engineer | February 13, 2020

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TECHNOLOGY innovation centre CPI has partnered with the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) as part of the learned society’s Synergy programme. The programme aims to promote cross-industry collaboration to enable participating companies to tackle complex chemical science challenges that can hinder development. It can be difficult for companies facing chemistry-related problems early in the innovation process to source the expertise needed to identify commercially-viable solutions. The issue i...

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PHILADELPHIA, STATE JOIN SUIT AGAINST EPA OVER CHEMICAL-SAFETY RULES AT INDUSTRIAL SITES

WHYY | January 29, 2020

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Philadelphia and Pennsylvania sued the Environmental Protection Protection Agency Wednesday in a challenge to the agency’s rollback of an Obama-era chemical safety rule related to industrial facilities like the Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery complex. The city and state joined 13 other states and the District of Columbia in a federal lawsuit that says the new rules violate the Clean Air Act. Patrick O’Neill, divisional deputy for environmental law for the city, said the EPA wa...

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Bloomberglaw | April 21, 2020

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Chemical manufacturers can’t blame the coronavirus if they miss regulatory deadlines or deadlines to comment on EPA plans that may ultimately limit the chemicals they can use, industry attorneys say. Companies making and using chemicals have been stretched thin, addressing workforce, supply chain disruptions, and other Covid-19 challenges. The Environmental Protection Agency has recognized businesses could face logistical obstacles complying with some environmental regulations and o...

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EPA PLANS TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL CLARIFICATION ON SELF-IDENTIFYING AS A MANUFACTURER OR IMPORTER OF A HIGH-PRIORITY CHEMICAL

National Law Review | March 04, 2020

Given the considerable industry stakeholder confusion and angst that has arisen related to the January 27, 2020, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Federal Register notice on identifying the preliminary lists of manufacturers (including importers) of the 20 chemical substances that EPA designated as high-priority substances for risk evaluation and for which fees will be charged (85 Fed. Reg. 4661), EPA leadership has repeatedly stated that EPA is considering options to alleviate these co...

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CPI PARTNERS WITH RSC TO TACKLE CHEMICAL SCIENCE CHALLENGES

The Chemical Engineer | February 13, 2020

TECHNOLOGY innovation centre CPI has partnered with the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) as part of the learned society’s Synergy programme. The programme aims to promote cross-industry collaboration to enable participating companies to tackle complex chemical science challenges that can hinder development. It can be difficult for companies facing chemistry-related problems early in the innovation process to source the expertise needed to identify commercially-viable solutions. The issue i...

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PHILADELPHIA, STATE JOIN SUIT AGAINST EPA OVER CHEMICAL-SAFETY RULES AT INDUSTRIAL SITES

WHYY | January 29, 2020

Philadelphia and Pennsylvania sued the Environmental Protection Protection Agency Wednesday in a challenge to the agency’s rollback of an Obama-era chemical safety rule related to industrial facilities like the Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery complex. The city and state joined 13 other states and the District of Columbia in a federal lawsuit that says the new rules violate the Clean Air Act. Patrick O’Neill, divisional deputy for environmental law for the city, said the EPA wa...

Read More
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COVID-19 ISN’T PAUSING EPA’S CHEMICAL DEADLINES, ATTORNEYS SAY

Bloomberglaw | April 21, 2020

Chemical manufacturers can’t blame the coronavirus if they miss regulatory deadlines or deadlines to comment on EPA plans that may ultimately limit the chemicals they can use, industry attorneys say. Companies making and using chemicals have been stretched thin, addressing workforce, supply chain disruptions, and other Covid-19 challenges. The Environmental Protection Agency has recognized businesses could face logistical obstacles complying with some environmental regulations and o...

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