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Marathon Petroleum Recognized by U.S. Coast Guard for Outstanding Environmental Stewardship

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June 16, 2022 /3BL Media/ — Marathon Petroleum’s Logistics & Storage (L&S) organization was recently recognized by the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) for its outstanding environmental stewardship.

Marathon Petroleum Helps Rebuild Community Devastated by Hurricane Ida


“This is the worst it has ever been,” said Gwendolyn Bernard, a lifelong resident of St. John the Baptist Parish in Louisiana. Her home, one of seemingly too many to count, suffered extensive damage due to Hurricane Ida’s intense winds and the unprecedented flooding it brought to the Parish. “It’s been a long difficult road.”

More than eight months after the category 4 storm battered Southeast Louisiana, the 67-year-old is still living out of a trailer in her front yard due to what she says is a lack of building supplies and reliable labor.

Marathon Petroleum and MPLX G&P Earn 2021 CN Safe Handling Award

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May 20, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Marathon Petroleum and MPLX G&P (registered under MarkWest Energy) earned the 2021 Gold Safe Handling Award from Canadian National (CN) for shipping rail cars on CN lines with zero non-accidental releases (NARs) last year.

Marathon Petroleum Helps Create New Learning Path for Low-Income Students in Salt Lake City


“Our assistance reflects MPC’s commitment to promote thriving communities and workforce development because it will help provide lessons for these children that could spark future interest in subjects and career fields they might never have explored.”

Marathon Petroleum Earns Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence Award From EPA


Marathon Petroleum Corp. (MPC) has earned its third consecutive ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence Award, the highest level of recognition in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) ENERGY STAR® program.

Marathon Petroleum Earns Top Score on 2022 Corporate Equality Index


The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) has ranked MPC a “Best Place to Work” for LGBTQ+ equality for the third consecutive year. For 2022, MPC scored 100% on the HRC’s Corporate Equality Index (CEI) survey, which is the highest possible score. Companies earning the top score are recognized for their efforts to create inclusive workplaces for LGBTQ+ individuals.

Marathon Petroleum Transport Driver Thrives in New Career


Angel Reeves spent 15 years working as a mid-level manager in corporate America. She had a desk job while she raised her family, but she always felt like she wanted to get out and explore the world. She was tired of office politics and finally decided to try a new career that she’d always been interested in: truck driving. Since her children had grown up, she became an over-the-road truck driver, specializing in hauling freight long distances.

Marathon Petroleum Uses Smart Helmet Technology for Virtual EPA Tour


The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is in the process of reviewing regulations that have the potential to impact the petroleum terminal industry. The International Liquid Terminals Association (ILTA), the only trade association that exclusively focuses on the liquid terminal industry, thought it would be beneficial to provide a tour of a terminal to help EPA representatives. There was only one problem – the EPA was not traveling due to the ongoing pandemic.

Marathon Petroleum Donation Benefits Ohio State's School of Environment and Natural Resources


Marathon Petroleum donated $250,000 to The Ohio State University School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR) to advance terrestrial wildlife ecology research, student learning and sustainability, and diversity and inclusion scholarships.

Marathon's Martinez Renewable Fuels Provides Support for Homeless People in California


Marathon’s Martinez Renewable Fuels facility provided nearly $30,000 in grants recently for multiple shelters and homeless outreach programs in Contra Costa County in California. Each of the organizations works to provide supplies and care for some of the nearly 10,000 people in Contra Costa who do not have a permanent place to live.


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