The Association was formed in 1923 to provide services to the petroleum marketer, to help them at all levels of government, and to support fellow marketers. The Association has four main emphases - education, regulatory analysis and programs to help with compliance, legislative and regulatory monitoring, and services for the members.
|Alternative Energy||Steve Johnson
||Works with various agencies in state government to offer suggestions on operational problems with biodiesel and ethanol mandates.|
||Develop programs and services for convenience store operations.|
||Plan format, timing and costs. Coordinate trade show, educational programs and supplier participation.|
|Finance||Tony Yocum V||Review and assess the best investment options for the Association reserves and operating funds.|
|Fuel & Lube Oil||John Chamberlain
||Assess the impact of rules, regulations and market changes on the competitive viability of fuel oil and lube oil.|
|Government Affairs & PAC
||Review proposals before the legislature and regulatory agencies, and develop legislative and regulatory initiatives.|
||Review and negotiate Association programs for group health, worker’s compensation and property & liability.|
|Environmental||Melissa Myron Rustan
||Review federal and state environmental regualtions.
|Transportation Safety||Dan Kelley
||Review federal and state transportation regulations to develop informational and compliance programs.|