The Martinez Refinery is located in Martinez, California on 2,200 acres and has a crude oil capacity of 166,000 barrels per day (bpd). We strive to be a valued member of the regions where we live and work by supporting local organizations where we can make a positive, measurable impact in the form of foundation grants, corporate contributions and sponsorships, workplace giving and volunteerism. In 2017, Andeavor provided $1.2M in charitable giving to nonprofit organizations in Northern California, including the Contra Costa County Economic Partnership, Contra Costa. County Fire Protection District, The Gardens at Heather Farm Youth Education Natural Science Programs, Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano and local schools.
Using crude oils from California and other domestic and foreign sources, the refinery produces motor fuels, including cleaner burning California Air Resources Board (CARB) gasoline and CARB diesel fuel, as well as conventional gasoline and diesel fuel. The refinery also produces heavy fuel oils, liquefied petroleum gas and petroleum coke. The Martinez Refinery receives crude oil by tanker through the San Francisco Bay at the Logistics LP Martinez marine terminal, a third-party terminal in Martinez, and third-party pipeline systems.
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Health & Safety at Andeavor
Safety is and always will be a Core Value at Andeavor. Andeavor is striving to achieve our ultimate goal of an incident-free workplace by, in part, focusing on continuous improvement initiatives and instilling a culture of personal responsibility among our employees and contractors.
We are committed to operating our refineries, pipelines, retail stations and other facilities in a manner that promotes the health and safety of our employees, our customers and the communities where we do business. In addition to general safe working practices, our employees receive training in the safe handling and use of refinery chemicals, hazardous wastes and other hazardous materials; emergency response tactics, including firefighting procedures; and the use of emergency response and personal protective equipment.
In 2018, we were honored by the San Francisco Business Times when it ranked us as the No. 33 most philanthropic company in the Bay Area. The rankings were based on dollars granted in 2017 to Bay Area charities. For Andeavor, that number was $1.31 million and included both grants to organizations as well as donations that matched employee giving.