MPC in the Community

February
22,
2019
A partnership with Michigan State University’s (MSU) College of Engineering will help underrepresented and underprepared students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). MPC’s $150,000 commitment will strengthen the
February
18,
2019
A recent ‘food feud’ between Kentucky area employees in marine, refining and terminal, transport and rail (TT&R) resulted in 6,099 pounds of non-perishable food donated to River Cities Harvest (RCH) in Ashland, Kentucky. The friendly competition
January
22,
2019
More than 430 representatives from various industry sectors, conservation/non-profit organizations and government agencies recently converged on the Baltimore, Maryland, Hilton to participate in a longstanding tradition – the annual Wildlife Habitat
December
28,
2018
Eight years ago, Morehead State University began a Build-A-Bed initiative aimed at ensuring Kentucky children have a place to sleep at night. Since that time, volunteers have built and distributed 900 beds to toddlers through teens over a

The Business of MPC

January
17,
2019
Effective this year, Speedway became the Official Fuel and Official Convenience Store of INDYCAR, the IndyCar Series, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the Indianapolis 500. As the Official Fuel for INDYCAR, Speedway will provide the fuel powering
January
04,
2019
The year was 1969; a gallon of gas was only 35 cents, and months after the world saw a man walk on the moon, Tesoro began operations at its first refinery on the majestic Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. The $14 million refinery took more than a year to
December
10,
2018
Almost immediately following the Oct. 1, 2018, combination of MPC and Andeavor, Speedway began the process of converting approximately 200 SuperAmerica locations in Minnesota to Speedway convenience stores. The first conversion occurred on Oct. 8,
November
27,
2018
Speedway LLC (Speedway), a wholly owned subsidiary of Marathon Petroleum Corp., has announced it will expand its corporate headquarters in Enon, Ohio. The approximately $48 million project will include a new 140,000 square-foot building, which will