About this Report

Chevron Phillips Chemical’s Sustainability Report contains information on the
company’s performance in the following areas: environment, social, safety, product stewardship and financial results. Our goal is to communicate our business strategy of sustainable growth and demonstrate that since our formation in 2000, we have focused on continuous improvement in all areas of our operations.
 
This report reflects the company’s efforts during the 2017 calendar year. The previous reports can be found online at www.cpchem.com/sustainability. Any information, including references to prior years is provided for context only. The report includes information on wholly-owned operations as well as joint venture operations where pursuant to contract, Chevron Phillips Chemical employees participate in the operations and/or management of the facilities.
 
Report boundaries and measurement methods are similar in all reports. Our report follows Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) 3.1 guidelines.
 
We strive to be transparent and engage with our stakeholders on their issues of concern in a manner that is positive and constructive. We also respond throughout the year to direct requests from environmental, social and governance research agencies, shareholders, non-governmental organizations, academic institutions and individual students regarding the company’s environment, health and safety and social responsibility policies, programs and performance.

This summary and additional information can be found at www.cpchem.com/sustainability.
Rick Wagner
Global Sustainability Manager
10001 Six Pines Drive
The Woodlands, TX 77380
832.813.4499
sustainability@cpchem.com
 
For general inquiries:
832.813.4100 or
800.231.1212
(Toll free within the U.S.)
 
A detailed contact list can be found here.

 

 

 

Health & Safety
 
Resource Efficiency
 
Emissions
 
Integrity Compliance
Health & Safety Resource Efficiency Emissions Integrity & Compliance
Product Responsibility
Social Enrichment
Integrity Compliance
Product Responsibility Social Enrichment Economic Performance