Corporate Council - Kiewit

Phillips 66 volunteers give back to the land at JMLT's Stargazing event

Phillips 66 has deep roots in the community and a long history of giving back in Alameda County and Contra Costa County. On August 17, Phillips 66 employees, from their Rodeo refinery and Carbon Plant, provided ice cream, hot chocolate and Phillips 66 sustainability giveaways to the crowd at our Stargazing event. Their partnership with John Muir Land Trust extends over a decade; Phillips employees helped build the trail at Fernandez Ranch and the Tina Batt trail at Sky Ranch. We are grateful for Phillips 66 ongoing support, volunteerism and place within the community.

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