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Plant and Brewery Tour
Monday, October 18 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Cost for this tour is $75
This Tour will begin at the Convention Center where participants will board the shuttle bus and the first stop will be to tour the largest petroleum and petrochemical complex in the U.S. The ExxonMobil Baytown Complex is celebrating its 90th year anniversary. After this extensive tour we will stop for lunch and then head over to the Chevron Phillips – Pasadena Plastics Complex which houses around 635 employees and 200 contractors. The site produces various grades of polyethylene, polypropylene, and KResin (a copolymer made from butadiene/styrene).

Attendees will end the day by networking with peers and enjoying the unique selection of brews at the Saint Arnold Brewing Company . Located in Downtown Houston, Saint Arnold Brewing Company is Texas\’ Oldest Craft Brewery. Their goal is to brew world class beers and deliver them to their customers as fresh as possible. Five are made year round and five are seasonal. Tour participants are limited to 4 samples and leave with a souvenir tasting glass.

Seats are limited so sign up today, also due to security restrictions all tour registrations must be made by Monday, October 11 to allow for advance screening by plant personnel. Plants have the right to refuse access to any individual.

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  • 1. Plant & Brewery Tour Monday, October 18, 2010 9:00 am – 5:00 pm $75 Register at: www.cpievent.com
  • 2. ExxonMobil Baytown Refinery Celebrating 90 Years of History
    • A 90-year legacy In July 1918, Humble Oil and Refining Company made the decision to undertake the building of a refinery on a tract of 2,200 acres located 30 miles from Houston on the ship channel just above Galveston Bay.  Given the location, the new refinery would later be named Baytown.  On April 16, 1919, ground was broken at the property and construction began, and on May 11, 1920, the first oil was pumped into a still at the Humble Oil & Refining Company.  
    • Ninety years later, that same facility, which was originally intended to have a crude capacity of only 2,500 barrels of oil a day, has evolved into the one of the most technologically advanced petroleum and petrochemical complexes in the world.  The Baytown Complex's numbers truly speak for themselves with:
      • approximately 2,200 employees and 1,200 contract personnel on-site,
      • nearly 3,500 acres, or five square miles of property,
      • a crude oil capacity of 584,000 barrels per day and
      • the annual production of more than 7.2 billion pounds of petrochemical products.
    • Now known as the ExxonMobil Baytown Complex (Complex), it is the largest integrated petroleum and petrochemical complex in the United States.  In addition, the area surrounding the Complex – once comprised of low-lying rice fields and dense swampland and woods – has emerged as one of the Houston area’s most burgeoning communities: Baytown. 
    • Our people and a lasting partnership Together, both Baytown and the Complex have grown through the years – helping one another and contributing to each other’s successes.  In fact, one could say that neither would even exist today without the other’s constant support and help.  And while both the Complex and the community look much different today than they did at their founding, some things have remained constant through the years; namely, the people.
    • As we look back on 90 years of innovations, achievements and serving as an industry leader, we see that for every technical breakthrough achieved, every new energy-saving process developed, every new unit built, every dollar contributed to improving the community, every safety milestone reached, and every year that the Complex has operated successfully in the Baytown area – none of it would have been possible without the courage, creativity, charity and character of our most valuable resource: the people. 
    • And no matter how many technologies and automated processes are developed in the coming years, nothing will ever replace the ingenuity, spirit and commitment of those men and women – past, present and future – who work at the Complex.  
    • Sure, faces come and go.  But the traits that were exemplified by the original engineers and laborers who built the refinery – courage, creativity, charity and character – remain prevalent today.  The people have remained our most valuable asset, and it is the people who have made the Complex the leader in our industry. 
  • 3. Chevron Phillips – Pasadena Plastics Complex
    • The Chevron Phillips Pasadena Plastics Complex houses around 635 employees and 200 contractors.  The site produces various grades of polyethylene, polypropylene, and KResin (a copolymer made from butadiene/styrene).  During the tour, guests will review a safety video to familiarize them with the plant setting, personal protective equipment and safety procedures, and an overview of the processes.  There are five distinct production units and guests will be given a guided bus tour of the entire production facility.  The tour guide will provide an easy to understand overview of the technology, the processes, the safety systems, and the manufactured products . 
  • 4. Saint Arnold Brewing Company
    • Located in Houston, Saint Arnold Brewing Company is Texas' Oldest Craft Brewery. Their goal is to brew world class beers and deliver them to their customers as fresh as possible. Five are made year round and five are seasonal. They are available in bars, restaurants, grocery stores, liquor stores and warehouse stores in Houston, Austin, Dallas, Ft. Worth, and San Antonio.
    • Their small crew of seventeen brews, filters, kegs, bottles, and sells their beer. Tour participants are limited to 4 samples and leave with a souvenir tasting glass.