Risks to the Petrochemical Industry Along the Houston Ship Channel

Materials produced at or moving through the Houston Ship Channel are subject to a heightened risk of transportation disruptions

While the benefits of proximity are clear, petrochemical supply chain networks operating around the Houston Ship Channel are exposed to heighted transportation risks, driven by a high geographic concentration of hazardous materials, inherent regional weather risks, and bottlenecked transportation routes that depend on waterway access. In this Special Report, Resilience360 takes a closer look at how supply chain managers in the energy and petrochemical industries can address these risks.