Findlay, Ohio,
26
October
2016
|
10:09 PM
Europe/Amsterdam

A look at our 1,284 acres of wildlife habitats

In addition to the everyday work of Marathon Petroleum Corporation (MPC) to help meet the world's pressing energy needs, the company also owns and maintains 20 wildlife habitats certified by the Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC), with a total of 1,284 acres of land. The WHC promotes and certifies habitat conservation and management on corporate lands through partnerships and education. MPC participates in habitat certification as part of its long-time commitment to environmental stewardship.

Here's a look at each habitat, including its location and total acreage managed for wildlife:

  • Garyville refinery (Garyville, Louisiana)--450 acres
  • Savage Branch Wildlife Reserve (Catlettsburg, Kentucky)--360 acres
  • Martinsville Tank Farm (Martinsville, Illinois)--188 acres
  • Palestine Neil Pit (Palestine, Illinois)--80 acres
  • Lincoln Trail College and Palestine High School Nature Habitat (Robinson, Illinois)--50 acres
  • Speedway Office Complex (Enon, Ohio)--42 acres
  • Washington Park (Robinson, Illinois)--31 acres
  • Kuttawa Asphalt Terminal (Kuttawa, Kentucky)--25 acres
  • Mt. Vernon Asphalt Terminal (Mt. Vernon, Indiana)--10 acres
  • St. Elmo Asphalt Terminal (St. Elmo, Illinois)--9 acres
  • Marathon Pipe Line Heath Station (Heath, Ohio)--8.35 acres
  • Huntington Light Products Terminal (Huntington, Indiana)--8 acres
  • Cane Run Asphalt Terminal (Louisville, Kentucky)--7 acres
  • Big Spring, Kentucky--4 acres*
  • Mt. Vernon Light Products Terminal (Mt. Vernon, Indiana)--4 acres
  • Nashville Asphalt Terminal (Nashville, Tennessee)--3.5 acres
  • Hutsonville School Nature Habitat (Hutsonville, Illinois)--3 acres
  • North Bend Asphalt Terminal (North Bend, Ohio)--1 acre
  • Findlay Office Complex (Findlay, Ohio)--<1 acre
  • Owensboro Station (Owensboro, Kentucky)--<1 acre

 

*This site is unique in that the land is not owned by MPC, although MPC has a right of way for an underground pipeline through the property. Part of the property, including the right of way, is managed for wildlife habitat cooperatively between MPC and the landowner.