Robin Rorick is the vice president of Midstream and Industry Operations at the American Petroleum Institute. Rorick joined API in 1996 and for the last five years has worked as API’s Director of Marine and Security, with responsibility for maritime transportation issues and emergency response.
In his 20 years at API, Robin has worked in various capacities in Communications, Regulatory and Scientific Affairs and Policy Analysis. Additionally, Robin has been involved with each segment of the industry—Upstream, Midstream and Downstream—working on a myriad of issues including climate change, Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, the Toxic Substances Control Act, and fire and safety to name a few.
Robin is responsible for all energy infrastructure issues for the Institute including the gathering, processing, storage and transportation (i.e. marine, pipeline, rail and trucking) of oil and natural gas. Robin regularly represents the API to the media, at conferences and at other speaking venues.
A graduate of the College of William and Mary and then later Johns Hopkins University, Rorick lives with his family in Fairfax, Virginia.