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But it doesn't take Jared long to determine that not all is well in this competitive business ...
But it doesn't take Jared long to determine that not all is well in this competitive business environment. Top management is pressing the refinery to become more profitable. Downsizing, outsourcing, and neglected maintenance and improvement of the facilities are just some of the tactics employed to save money. Word is out that the plant isn't as well maintained as it has been in the past.
These allegations worry Jared, who has the best interests of the industry at heart. But his misgivings are not taken seriously by upper management, and disaster strikes. Jared is plunged into the depths of the drama of human existence, and he experiences firsthand the power of both human pain and heroism.
Posted June 11, 2011
Having spent nearly 30 years working in refineries, this book was a validation of what I know of the industry. I hope that a sequel is in the works. I didn't want to book to end. Jim Killen is the best.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.