Metrics Summary

To keep our sustainability site current, key performance metrics are updated annually. All reported HSE data are based on operated assets only. Environmental data for operated assets are represented as 100 percent ownership interest regardless of actual share owned by Phillips 66. For more information on how these metrics are tabulated, see HSE Data Assumptions.

Air Emissions
Refining Reliability
Safety
Spills 

Air Emissions 

At Phillips 66 we track emissions of sulfur oxides (SOx), which are gases produced during the combustion of fuels that contain sulfur compounds. Overall, the SOx emissions in 2011 from our company-operated assets decreased 2,000 tonnes.  

Air Emissions - SOx
2
(thousand tonnes / year)

Since Phillips 66 is a new company created through a repositioning of ConocoPhillips, historic data charts are based on the Refining, Marketing and Transportation segments of ConocoPhillips.  

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Refining Reliablity

At Phillips 66, we measure refining reliability – as it an important factor in our safety, environmental performance, and profitability. In addition, when we run reliability, we minimize the potential of impact to our neighbors as a result of our operations. We continuously monitor our daily operations and perform pro-active maintenance to ensure continued reliability.

Refining Reliability Global utilization rate

 

Since Phillips 66 is a new company created through a repositioning of ConocoPhillips, historic data charts are based on the Refining, Marketing and Transportation segments of ConocoPhillips.  

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Safety 

We strive to complete each day without any injuries, illnesses or incidents in our workplaces. We have made substantial progress toward achieving an incident-free workplace; however, despite extensive efforts, we still experience some serious incidents. Therefore, we recognize that our safety performance must improve further and we understand that this will require full employee and contractor involvement and commitment..

The following chart shows the Total Recordable Injury Rate (TRIR) of our combined work force (employees and contractors). The TRIR is a measure of the rate of recordable workplace injuries, normalized per 100 workers per year.

Total Recordable Injury Rates (TRIR)
Combined Work Force

 

Since Phillips 66 is a new company created through a repositioning of ConocoPhillips, historic data charts are based on the Refining, Marketing and Transportation segments of ConocoPhillips.

For more information see the Operating Excellence section of our website. 

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Spills 

We respond to spills as soon as they are discovered. While all spills are considered serious, those greater than 100 barrels are defined as significant incidents and trigger immediate reporting to management, as well as extensive investigation and corrective action. In 2011, there were two such spills, down from eight in 2010.

Spills > 100 Barrels

Since Phillips 66 is a new company created through a repositioning of ConocoPhillips, historic data charts are based on the Refining, Marketing and Transportation segments of ConocoPhillips.

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