Located 51 miles northeast of Amarillo, Texas, the Borger plant has been in operation since 1944. It contains both a specialty chemicals facility and plastics manufacturing. The specialty chemicals facility was built in 1944 as a research unit to the Borger refinery. The plant was classified as commercial in 1956, and today it produces more than 60 distinct chemical compounds used worldwide. The plant runs both continuous and batch operations in both dedicated and multi-purpose equipment. This flexibility allows for numerous opportunities to perform custom synthesis.
Products produced at the Borger plant include:
- Organosulfur chemicals
- High-purity hydrocarbons and solvents
- Performance and reference fuels
- Mining chemicals
We believe in working safely or not at all. That’s why safety is our top priority at all our facilities. We create products and services that make life better for people around the world — both today and tomorrow. We strive to manufacture, handle, transport and dispose of chemical products 100 percent safely.
Chevron Phillips Chemical is committed to being a good neighbor to the communities where we operate. Part of our corporate vision and mission is to be an employer and neighbor of choice because we care about each other, our work, our customers and our communities. We actively support the local community in and around Borger, through the following programs:
- United Way
- Hutchinson County Livestock
- United Way Day of Caring
- Coffee Memorial Blood Bank Drives
- Ducks Unlimited
- Snack Pak 4 Kids
The Borger facility cares deeply about the environment and aims to be a leader in sustainability in the community and beyond. This facility is a member of Operation Clean Sweep® Blue, a program representing a rigorous commitment to eliminating resin pellet, flake and powder loss, and keeping these materials out of the environment.