Since the Pascagoula Refinery began operating in 1963, it has grown to be Chevron’s largest U.S. domestic refinery, and one of the top petroleum refineries in the country. The Mississippi plant processes an average of 330,000 barrels of crude oil per day to manufacture gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, premium base oil and chemicals that are used as building blocks in plastics, garments, toys and other essential products.
The refinery’s success is built upon strong relationships with the community of Jackson County. The Pascagoula Refinery’s 2017 Report to Our Community offers an overview of some of those relationships and the refinery’s corporate citizenship over the last year.
People, Partnership, and Pascagoula
In addition to the Community Report, video “People, Partnership, and Pascagoula” gives insight as to how Pascagoula Refinery supports Jackson County community organizations.
Pascagoula Refinery’s 2017 Report to Our Community