At Phillips 66, the safety of our employees, contractors and communities is our top priority. Because of this, our commitment to providing energy and improving lives remains steadfast as we focus on meeting the needs of our customers and stakeholders.
As part of a critical infrastructure industry, Phillips 66 provides an essential service to the nation and our communities, and we have an ongoing obligation to continue operating.
All Phillips 66 assets are operational at this time. Many of our refineries are running at reduced rates, and major turnarounds have been delayed at several locations. The company does not share specifics on future planned maintenance schedules.
Here's more on how Phillips 66 is responding to the COVID-19 situation:
Our Houston headquarters began a phased return to office in May, along with our Bartlesville offices. This followed actions by Texas and Oklahoma governments for a safe and measured reopening of the states. Phillips 66 is a critical infrastructure service listed by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
To safeguard the health of our workers, protections are in place, aligned with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local government guidance.
We also instituted various safety measures including personal health assessments, daily temperature checks, face coverings, common surfaces disinfection, social distancing measures including some staggered work shifts and contact tracing protocols for positive cases.