Together with members from a broad range of supporting industries, the APMA has played a key role in bringing about the advancement of the petroleum industry throughout the region and beyond. Dating back to 1967, APMA has become a strong and respected trade association that provides numerous services and education for its members. Its unified voice has become a respected clarion among legislators, government officials, industry leaders, and representatives of the business community.
APMA has always sought to bring our members timely and useful information. This website offers another opportunity to provide member services on a daily basis. Although geared to meeting member needs, we welcome everyone to use this site to discover who we are and what we do. Please contact our staff with your questions or suggestions. If you are engaged in our industry but not involved with APMA, this is a personal invitation for you to become an active associate or marketing member. As a member, you will have access to the critical information you need for your business, as well as other benefits outlined on our membership page. Joining together, in one voice, assures we are heard from the Arizona State Capital to the Capital of Washington DC. Thanks for stopping by and enjoy your visit!
During the 2013 legislative session, APMA fought for an important piece of legislation for the industry – continuation of the penny per gallon Underground Storage Tank throughput fee. Thanks to the many diligent efforts of APMA members and the willingness of key Legislators to listen, the UST fee will continue through 2015 and a study committee will meet in 2013 to make recommendations for further changes. Passage of SB 1080 was critical to protect human health and the environment of Arizona, today and in the future.
To get involved in the grassroots effort for 2014, contact Amanda Gray, APMA’s executive director at the information listed below.
UST Renewal Statement Video