We invest in environmental programs that preserve and enhance wildlife habitat and promote environmental education. At our
Sweeny Refinery on the Texas Gulf Coast, we participate in projects with the
Gulf Coast Bird Observatory, an organization dedicated exclusively to protecting the wintering and rest stop habitats that Gulf Coast migratory birds depend upon.
Humber Refinery in the United Kingdom, we have a 120-acre woodland, Mayflower Wood, where more than 67,000 native species of trees and shrubs have been planted. Through volunteer efforts, employees helped create family picnic areas, nature trails, educational signs and a looped walkway connecting local villages. Mayflower Wood is adjacent to the 15-acre Houlton’s Covert deer park and nature reserve where our refinery employees volunteer to host school and community visits.
To support its sustainability strategy, Phillips 66 participates in the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation – Corporate Citizenship Center.