Phillips 66 charges

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What is Phillips 66?

Phillips 66 is an American multinational energy company that operates in multiple segments of the oil and gas industry. With its headquarters in Houston, Texas, the company is primarily engaged in refining, marketing, and distributing petroleum products both in the United States and internationally. Phillips 66 is dedicated to providing innovative solutions and products to fuel the world’s energy needs while maintaining strong commitment to safety, environmental stewardship, and social responsibility.

  1. Refining: Phillips 66 operates refineries that process crude oil into various petroleum products, such as gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, and lubricants.
  2. Midstream: The company owns and operates an extensive network of pipelines and terminals to transport and store crude oil, refined products, and natural gas liquids.
  3. Marketing and Specialties: Phillips 66 markets its refined petroleum products under various brands, supplying fuel to both retail and commercial customers.
  4. Chemicals: The company produces and markets a wide range of petrochemical products used in various industries, including plastic manufacturing, adhesives, and paints.
  5. Emerging Businesses: Phillips 66 invests in cutting-edge technologies and new business ventures to drive innovation and expand its presence in the energy sector.

Phillips 66 website:

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