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2022 Sustainability Report
Our 2022 Sustainability Report shares our approach to sustainability and disclosures on environmental, social and governance metrics.
It also includes our Taskforce for Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) and Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) content.
JET is a fuel brand of Phillips 66, supplied in the UK by major wholesale and retail fuel provider Phillips 66 Limited.
At Phillips 66, we provide energy that improves lives and meets the world’s growing needs. Affordable, reliable and abundant energy is essential to sustaining human health and well-being while simultaneously improving the global standard of living.
Climate change is a global issue that requires long-term commitment, action by every segment of society, technology development and free-market solutions.
Phillips 66 recognises the climate challenge and is making investments that help consumers to reduce their emissions from today’s road fuels as well as investments to support a lower carbon future.
After 50 years of providing the UK with essential domestic, agricultural and industrial fuels, Phillips 66 Limited looking forward to an even brighter future.
- Our Humber refinery is one of the most energy efficient and lowest emitting refineries in Europe.
- Our premium coke formulations are already powering electric vehicles (EV’s) and electronic devices (smartphones).
- We were the first UK refinery to make renewable fuel from waste oil and we remain at the forefront of research and development into next-generation, cleaner fuels.
In addition, Phillips 66 Limited is advancing a project that uses renewable hydrogen to produce fuels at our Humber Refinery. The project, called Gigastack, aims to harness offshore wind to power electrolysis and produce hydrogen, a low-emission fuel capable of powering transportation and heavy industry, as well as multiple processes within refining. This project has the potential to help to reduce the emissions associated with producing fuels for road vehicles as well as ships and airplanes.
Gigastack is a collaboration between Phillips 66 Limited, Danish wind farm developer and operator Ørsted, hydrogen systems developer ITM Power, and ElementEnergy. This project is backed by £7.5m funding from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy to support the UK’s2050 net-zero greenhouse gas emission target
Visit www.phillips66.com/sustainability to find out more.