Transparency & Accountability

Be Transparent and Accountable

Phillips 66 believes it is our responsibility to seek to understand and be understood by our stakeholders – a diverse group of individuals and organizations who can impact or be impacted by our business. We work to accomplish this by maintaining open communication through both formal and informal engagement processes, and providing accessibility to information concerning our business practices.

Stakeholder Engagement

Stakeholder Engagement

Due to the size and scale of our company, as well as the nature of our business, Phillips 66 stakeholders have unique and evolving expectations.

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Community Panels

Community Panels

Across many of our Refining operations, Phillilps 66 has Community Advisory Councils (CACs) and Citizens Advisory Panels (CAPs) to foster and strengthen relationships with neighbors.

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