chevron pascagoula refinery facts

facility overview:

Since beginning operation in 1963, the refinery has grown to be the corporation’s largest U.S. refinery and one of the top petroleum refineries in the United States.

The refinery’s success is built upon our business and community partnerships with the people of Jackson County, as well as our production of quality products in ways that are compatible with the community and the environment.

At the heart of the Pascagoula Refinery’s success are our employees and their commitment to The Chevron Way. Employees share Chevron’s vision to be the global energy company most admired for its people, partnership and performance.

The Pascagoula Refinery is located east of the City of Pascagoula in an unincorporated area of Jackson County. Our facilities are situated in the Bayou Casotte Industrial Park on over 3,000 acres adjacent to the Mississippi Sound. Since only a portion of our property is developed, about two-thirds of the acreage is wetlands and forestlands that are home to many species of wildlife indigenous to the Gulf Coast.

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property taxes 2016
$47.1
million

county:
$21.3 million

schools:
$25.8 million

1,550

total employees

(excluding contractors)

Approximately 2,500 contractors

annual payroll 2016
$551 million

includes contractors not working on capital projects

Direct local economic impact

$815.8 million

in Jackson County
$264.8 million

spent on goods and services

More than

$1.3 million

contributed by employees and company to area non-profits

Over
8,300 hours volunteered

gasoline production daily
5.6 million

gallons

crude oil processed daily

330,000
barrels

1 barrel = 42 gallons

pascagoula refinery products

gasoline: 33%

diesel: 20%

jet fuel: 15%

chemicals: 35%

base oil: 4%

other: 25%

process water usage daily

17.42 million
gallons

electric power usage monthly

142.9 million

Kilowatt Hrs.

2016/2017 refinery awards

ourMississippi Honors award

Presented in 2016 by ourMississippi magazine in recognition of the refinery’s diversity and inclusion practices.

2016 STEP Ahead Award

Presented by The Manufacturing Institute to Marissa Badenhorst, Pascagoula Refinery Maintenance and Reliability Manager, in recognition of her success and leadership.

Zero is Attainable Award – Personal Safety

For zero Days Away from Work and DART injuries in the 2nd Quarter, 2016 Chevron Corp.

Zero is Attainable Award – Process Safety

For zero process safety incidents in the 2nd Quarter, 2016 Chevron Corp.

Zero is Attainable Award – Personal Safety

For zero Days Away from Work and DART injuries in the 4th Quarter, 2016 Chevron Corp.

 

*Days away, restricted or transferred