Phillips 66 makes it a priority to stay ready. We closely monitor tropical storms, hurricanes and other weather events that could threaten our operations. We have identified and applied lessons learned from previous years’ storms to enhance our existing storm preparation and response plans for all assets located along the Gulf Coast. The safety of our employees and their families remains our highest priority, and we have thorough plans in place to give employees adequate time to prepare for a storm or evacuate if necessary.
Tropical Storm Beta
Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020 - 10 a.m.
We continue to closely monitor Tropical Storm Beta and its projected path. There is no impact to our operations at this time.
Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2020 - 2 p.m.
Hurricane Sally is no longer a threat to our operations, and had no direct impact to our Alliance Refinery.
Phillips 66 can confirm that our Alliance Refinery is preparing to begin planned maintenance work originally slated for October, during which much of plant operations will remain down in order to conduct the work safely. Details regarding the specific units involved and the exact duration of the work are considered proprietary.
Monday, Sept. 14, 2020 – 10 a.m.
We estimate that the Phillips 66 Lake Charles Manufacturing Complex can be operational within two weeks upon restoration of reliable electricity. Repairs will take at least three months, but the refinery can remain in operation while work is underway.