Social Impact in 2020
Throughout 2020, Phillips 66 continued its commitment to four focus areas of philanthropy: education and literacy, environment and sustainability, community safety and preparedness, and civic enrichment. Here are just a few examples:
- The year started with the company’s first-ever sponsorship of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, an event that has contributed more than $500 million to Texas youth and education since 1932. As part of the sponsorship, Phillips 66 awarded a $20,000 scholarship to a Texas student.
- In April, Phillips 66 pledged $3 million to COVID-19 relief efforts in the United States and the United Kingdom.
- In addition, efforts at Phillips 66 refineries resulted in 18,000 pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE) donated to front-line workers. The company also gave more than $25,000 to efforts to make protective gear using 3D printers.
- In May, the Phillips 66®, Conoco® and 76® brands donated $30,000 in gas gift cards to first responders, law enforcement and others.
- In July, Phillips 66 signed on as a top supporter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), one of the largest student-run organizations dedicated to recruiting and retaining Black STEM talent. In addition to supporting NSBE’s critical mission, the partnership is also part of Phillips 66’s commitment to building an inclusive and diverse workforce.
- In late summer, Phillips 66 contributed $1 million to support hurricane and wildfire disaster relief efforts.
- In September, Phillips 66 gave $400,000 toward the safe return of Houston-area students to the classroom. The funds were used to purchase PPE, including face shields, masks and plastic partitions.
- In the fall, Phillips 66 once again partnered with the USA Swimming Foundation for its annual water safety campaign.
We donate time, money and muscle to the environmental causes that are important to our employees and communities.
Phillips 66 is upgrading the way it executes refinery turnarounds to increase field productivity and cost efficiencies while keeping safety front and center.
Our Swiss joint venture, Coop Mineraloel AG, in which Phillips 66 has a 49% interest, has a successful hydrogen fueling program.