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ILTA's Energy Transition Webinar Series brings terminal operators to the center of the transition to lower carbon forms of energy. Terminal operators will undoubtedly play a pivotal role as renewable goods like liquid hydrogen, liquid ammonia, biofuels like ethanol, and beyond play an increasingly important role in the global energy network. By holding discussions with companies at the forefront of the renewable field, with government partners leading the policy developments facilitating this transition, and experts with critical insight into what the future holds, ILTA members will gain a critical understanding of where the industry is heading over the next ten years



June 20

Webinar: USDA Higher Blends Infrastructure Incentive Program (HBIIP)

As the energy transition progresses, renewable fuel blending and storage are emerging as key markets of interest for many liquid terminals. Due to their unique properties, renewable fuels, such as biodiesel and ethanol, often require new or upgraded infrastructure and equipment to support blending and storage. To support this development, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) launched the Higher Blends Infrastructure Incentive Program (HBIIP) to help encourage expansion of renewable fuel blending and share the costs of building renewable fuel infrastructure.  

This month’s webinar features Jeff Carpenter, Manager of HBIIP at USDA, who will present to ILTA members an overview of HBIIP, the opportunities of renewable fuel blending, and offer guidance on how members can apply before the program closes later this year. The webinar will be held Thursday, June 20 from 1:00 – 2:00 pm ET.

Please click here to view the recording of the meeting.

March 20

Webinar: ILTA Energy Transition Industry Call!

Please join ILTA for a webinar on March 20th hosted by AJW’s Haley Armstrong, Partner, and Ethan Spira, Associate. AJW will present the first of a two-part series on Strategies and Incentives for Scope 1, 2, and 3 Emissions Reductions at Liquid Terminals.  

The first session will cover the following:

  • Summary of corporate emissions reduction commitments from terminals and terminal customers
  • Description of Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions at liquid terminals
  • Strategies for terminals to reduce emissions to meet internal and customer climate commitments
  • Introduction to government incentives to support emissions reductions

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March 6

Webinar: USCG Issues NPRM for Cybersecurity in the Marine Transportation System

Please join ILTA and Security Subcommittee Chair Jerry Jerdine as we hold a discussion about the US Coast Guard's NPRM for Cybersecurity in the Marine Transportation System.

The Coast Guard proposes to update its maritime security regulations by adding regulations specifically focused on establishing minimum cybersecurity requirements for U.S.- flagged vessels, Outer Continental Shelf facilities, and U.S. facilities subject to the Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002 regulations. This proposed rule would help to address current and emerging cybersecurity threats in the marine transportation system. USCG is asking for comments on if they should: use and define the term reportable cyber incident to limit cyber incidents that trigger reporting requirements, use alternative methods of reporting such incidents, and amend the definition of hazardous condition. Comments are due April 22, 2024.

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January 3

Webinar: Associate Director Kelly Murray of the Department of Homeland Security, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.

ILTA's next monthly industry call will feature a conversation with Associate Director Kelly Murray of the Department of Homeland Security, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. Join us as we discuss critical aspects of terminal security with one of the nation's leading officials.

AD Murray oversees the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) program, proposed Ammonium Nitrate Security Program, and voluntary chemical security initiatives. Murray has been with CISA’s Chemical Security team since 2008, where she rose through the ranks, having served previously as a Section Chief and Branch Chief, and most recently as the Acting Deputy Associate Director for Chemical Security.

Murray holds a wealth of knowledge and experience in chemical security. Over the last 13 years, she has been integral not only to developing and implementing the CFATS program, but also to growing the extensive stakeholder relationships across CISA’s critical infrastructure partners.

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January 17 
Webinar: ILTA Energy Transition Industry Call!

Please join ILTA and our partners AJW Inc. as we hold a fascinating webinar discussion with Joshua Hofmann from Hydrogenious LOHC!

Hydrogenious LOHC adds the missing link to high-performing hydrogen value chains globally. Based on its proven Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier (LOHC) technology with benzyl toluene as carrier medium, Hydrogenious LOHC allows for superior, flexible hydrogen supply to consumers in industry and mobility across the globe, utilizing conventional liquid-fuel infrastructure.

Founded in 2013, the portfolio of the market-leading pioneer and its joint venture companies today includes stationary and mobile (on-board) LOHC-based applications: Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies, headquartered in Erlangen/Germany, offers – within an EPC partnership with Bilfinger – (de-)hydrogenation turnkey plants, Operation & Maintenance and LOHC logistics services – ensuring safe, easy and efficient hydrogen storage, transport and distribution. Hydrogenious LOHC Emirates, based in the United Arab Emirates and a joint venture with Emirates Specialized Contracting & Oilfield Services (ESCO), acts as the regional spearhead in the Middle East since the end of 2021.

Hydrogenious LOHC Maritime, established in 2021 jointly with Østensjø Group and located in Norway, develops an emission-free onboard power system with a promising LOHC/fuel cell solution for the global shipping industry. With its >250 staff members and investors AP Ventures, Royal Vopak, Winkelmann Group, Mitsubishi Corporation, Covestro, JERA Americas, Temasek, Hyundai Motor Company, Chevron Technology Ventures and Pavilion Capital, Hydrogenious LOHC is a major enabler and accelerator for the energy transition.


September 20 
Webinar: ILTA Energy Transition Industry Call!

Please join ILTA and our partners AJW Inc. as we hold a fascinating webinar discussion with Dr. Asha-Dee    Celestine from the Department of Energy!

Learn from DOE about the growth of clean hydrogen as a tool to decarbonize key segments of our economy, such as power, industry, and transportation, and the critical role liquid terminals will play in the value chain to ensure ample safe storage and distribution. This session will allow ILTA members to learn about and discuss the growth of the hydrogen economy and the infrastructure needed to enable the deployment.



October 4 
Webinar: Going Digital:  Inspections and Workflows for Terminal Operations

ILTA invites you to attend a webinar on October 4 at 2 p.m. ET to hear a special panel discussing how digitization can enhance efficiency and logistics, ensure safety, and reduce the frequency of downtime events.  Our partner for this webinar is ILTA supplier member Smartflow, a company dedicated to helping business leaders maximize operations' productivity so they can focus on maximizing other areas of growth.

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October 18 
Webinar: ILTA Energy Transition Industry Call!

Please join ILTA and our partners AJW Inc. as we hold a fascinating webinar discussion with Mark Peak from Mitsubishi Power Americas!

Safe, reliable hydrogen storage is key to the advancement of the hydrogen economy. Due to its unique low volumetric density, hydrogen requires the development of advanced storage methods. Likewise, there are important considerations regarding hydrogen transportation. This panel will discuss the key considerations and forthcoming commercial projects that will ensure hydrogen is safely stored and transported, including a review of options for blending hydrogen and natural gas and converting hydrogen to ammonia for easier transport in pipelines and by rail or ocean. 

This webinar is aimed at helping ILTA members to understand and prepare for their role in the hydrogen economy and to discuss real projects under way, such as those that blend hydrogen and natural gas or require hydrogen storage/distribution (or in some cases, ammonia storage/distribution). 

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November 1
Webinar: OSHA Rulemaking Update

As we move further into the second half of President Biden’s first term, OSHA is turning up the the heat on the rulemaking gears. The next two years may see the most active rulemaking period in the agency’s history – lead, heat, infectious disease, LOTO, PSM, E-Recordkeeping, HAZCOM, COVID-19 for Healthcare, etc. … and the list goes on. Join ILTA and our partners in Conn Maciel Carey LLP on November 1 from 2-3pm EST for a lively discussion of OSHA’s rulemaking agenda, a refresher on the OSHA rulemaking process generally, and our take on the agency’s true rulemaking priorities and significant changes of which you should be aware.

To register for the ILTA Member's Only webinars, please email our Director of Communications and Policy Jay Cruz at


December 6

Webinar: ILTA's Environment Subcommittee Roundtable

ILTA's Environment Subcommittee Co-Chair Keith Ocheski of Buckeye Partners hosts a roundtable discussion on issues facing the environmental side of terminal operations. Keith has 35 years of experience leading air compliance, permitting, stack testing, continuous emission monitoring and dispersion modeling initiatives in the bulk terminal storage, liquid and natural gas pipeline, refining, power generation and industrial manufacturing sectors.

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