Flint Hills Resources

Flint Hills Resources receives crude oil and other raw materials via the Corpus Christi Ship Channel and pipelines. With a combined processing capacity of about 300,000 barrels of crude oil per day, Flint Hills' refineries produce a variety of petroleum products.

Refined products - including low-sulfur gasoline and diesel, and jet fuel - are transported to San Antonio, Bastrop, Austin, Waco and Dallas/Fort Worth area via company pipelines. Since 1981, the company has spent about $3.5 billion on refinery modifications, some of which have resulted in improved environmental performance and low-sulfur fuels productions. 

Its Texas refineries have earned industry and government accolades for safety performance, including one of the industry’s highest honors: the Distinguished Safety Award from the American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers. The company has eight Texas sites that have earned STAR certification in OSHA’s Voluntary Protection Programs. Four of the company’s fuel terminals in Texas were the first in their industry to achieve this certification.