Caption for image provided: The refinery’s new BELCO scrubber at sunset (Courtesy Sherry Birch). Evolving Toward Safe PRODUCTION SHERRY BIRCH MIKE ACHACOSO, VP HOLLYFRONTIER CORPORATION, CHEYENNE REFINERY MANAGER All eyes are on the energy industry right now, especially in Wyoming. People are watching to see what decisions are made about who we want to be as an industry and how we move forward into the future. We’re at a turning point. Will it be business as usual—or will we choose to evolve? At HollyFrontier, we believe our future lies in safe production— where safety, production, and environmentally responsible operations co-exist. 28 | Quarter 1 M 2016 We operate in a highly visible space—next to schools, homes, and other businesses—which increases public scrutiny and raises expectations higher than other industrial facilities in Wyoming. We’ve chosen to embrace our unique position, because it allows us to connect personally with the community that makes our business possible. When I first arrived in Cheyenne in early 2014, I asked long-term residents their opinion of our refinery. I was surprised at the concerns about the past environmental and safety performance of the facility. Wyomingites have a long memory—for both the good and the bad.