ANALYSIS SHOWS PROCESS INDUSTRY ACCIDENT LOSSES RISING

John A. Krembs, James M. Connolly M&M Protection Consultants Chicago An analysis of the 150 largest losses caused by accidents and natural phenomena in the hydrocarbon processing and chemical industries during a period of 30 years ending Jan. 1, 1989, shows that the cost and number of losses is increasing. The analysis is taken from data gathered for, "Large Property Damage Losses in the Hydrocarbon-Chemical Industries: A Thirty-Year Review," published by M&M Protection Consultants.

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