MPC in the Community

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December
27,
2017
Bruce, a yellow lab born in September 2017, is destined for greatness. He soon will begin his career as a service dog, helping his new owner navigate both emotional and physical challenges. With rates of veteran suicide estimated as high as 22
December
22,
2017
This month, MarkWest Energy Partners teamed up with the Ohio Oil & Gas Association and Toys for Tots at Wallace Lodge in Sally Buffalo Park, Cadiz, Ohio, to distribute Christmas gifts to the children of Harrison County. More than 250 children
November
13,
2017
Pictured above: Brad Levi, Dr. Kay Adkins, Greg Jackson ​In the 1990s, Ashland Community and Technical College (ACTC) in Kentucky, in conjunction with MPC, began an applied process technologies (APT) program as a way to save training time for
November
13,
2017
“Every child deserves the chance to play baseball,” says Brad Koller, MPC retiree. Koller led fundraising efforts for the Fields for All Project, which began in June 2014 with the goal of creating an accessible, inclusive baseball

The Business of MPC

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January
08,
2018
MPC’s IT Advanced Analytics team and MPLX’s Marine organization have been honored as recipients of the 2017 Drexel LeBow Analytics 50 award for their work on the brown water fuel conservation project, through which Marine achieved a 20
December
28,
2017
This article first appeared in the 2017 Citizenship Report. Jaime De La Cruz has a vision for diversity and inclusion that might surprise some people. “Diversity and inclusion is about everyone,” he says. “No matter your race,
December
21,
2017
This article first appeared in the 2017 Citizenship Report. We develop and maintain pipelines responsibly. Our approach to pipeline safety is informed by more than a century of experience. When we develop a pipeline, our planning phase
December
20,
2017
Employees at the Catlettsburg refinery recently celebrated working 10,000,000 hours without a lost time injury. They began working toward this milestone on Jan. 15, 2012, and it’s been more than 2,000 consecutive days and counting since an

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