MPC in the Community

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May
31,
2018
Speedway Executive Administrative Assistant Teri Smith was recognized with the United Way-Clark, Champaign & Madison Counties 2017 President’s Award earlier this month. The President’s Award recognizes outstanding volunteer involvement with United
May
17,
2018
MPC’s Cincinnati Biorefining Division (CBD) is the recipient of a Corporate Heroes Award from the United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC) in the 10-99 Employees Category. Accounting Analyst and volunteer coordinator Shelly Adam accepted the award on
May
15,
2018
About 25 employee and retiree volunteers from MPC’s Galveston Bay Refinery (GBR) recently met up at the Galveston County Fair & Rodeo (GCF&R) for a day marked by giggles and grins. That sort of thing happens when you spend a fun-filled day at the
May
07,
2018
​Led by the Ozark Expansion Team, about 80 Marathon Pipe Line (MPL) and Marketing and Transportation Engineering (M&TE) partners, consultants, contractors and vendors recently reached out in support of area communities – to the tune of about

The Business of MPC

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May
11,
2018
MPC recently was awarded the Corporation of the Year award at the Catch the Wave Conference sponsored by the Ohio River Valley - Women’s Business Council (ORV-WBC). This award exemplifies MPC’s support of the council’s initiatives, which included
April
27,
2018
Pictured above: Ron Carnahan, Todd Phillips, Todd Coffman Several Marathon Petroleum Corporation (MPC) employees recently were recognized by the American Petroleum Institute (API), a national trade association representing the oil and natural gas
March
19,
2018
MPC’s Marine Transportation organization was recognized as a 2018 William M. Benkert Award for Environmental Excellence bronze winner. The award was established by the Coast Guard in 1995 to recognize outstanding achievement beyond regulatory
March
15,
2018
Marathon brand stations are independently owned and operated, and each one is unique. When Watts Petroleum owner John Watts (pictured above) decided to rebrand his gas stations eight years ago, he was the first in the Lynchburg, Virginia, area to

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