Phillips 66 Operations Information Center

Phillips 66 closely monitors tropical storms, hurricanes and other weather events that could threaten our operations. We are committed to providing information regarding the status of our operations during severe weather events on this page.

Updated Sept. 12 at 3 p.m. CDT

The safety of our employees and their families remains our primary concern.

Status of Operations
Operations have resumed at the following sites that were impacted by Harvey:

  • Sweeny Refinery has restarted.
  • The Phillips 66-operated Pasadena refined products terminal and connecting pipelines.
  • Beaumont Terminal.
  • Freeport Terminal.
  • Gulf Coast Fractionators facility in Mt. Belvieu.

Employees and relief efforts
Phillips 66 announced it will contribute an additional $3 million to assist Hurricane Harvey relief efforts in southeast Texas. The donation will be shared equally by the Rebuild Texas Fund, United Way of Greater Houston and the American Red Cross and will bring Phillips 66’s total contributions to $4 million since the storm. For more information about these disaster relief efforts or to donate, please visit:

In addition, we have donated five truckloads, or approximately 40,000 gallons, of fuel to the Texas Division of Emergency Management to support their response efforts.

We stayed in communication with our employees in the impacted region to ensure they are safe and offered assistance to employees who have been personally impacted by flooding. We can report that all of our employees have been accounted for and are safe, though many have experienced property damage.

Other resources

For information about our company's operations, visit the Phillips 66 Annual Report page.

Visit the Energy Information Agency and American Petroleum Institute websites for more information about storm impacts on the energy industry.

Phillips 66 will use Twitter to alert followers when we have updated our Storm Center website. However, we do not plan to respond to inquiries submitted via Twitter. 

Hurricane Preparation

Hurricane Preparation Guide
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