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. CACs and CAPs are comprised of local community representatives and refinery management team members, who meet on a regular basis to discuss refinery plans and performance. The meetings give Phillips 66 an opportunity to connect with neighbors, inform them about our operations, consult with them on special issues or concerns, and gather feedback on our performance. Most of our refineries have established community panels which are described further on following pages.
The mission of community panels is to establish and maintain a dialogue between the community and Phillips 66 in order to understand community issues and the company in an atmosphere of trust and mutual respect.