At Marathon Petroleum Corporation (MPC), we believe that doing the right thing is the right way to conduct our business.
In practice, the concept of corporate citizenship involves assessing all the potential ways that our actions impact others both inside and outside our operational fence lines. MPC's commitment to corporate citizenship means being accountable for our actions to a broad range of stakeholders -- investors, employees, customers, suppliers, communities, business partners, and others who have a stake in how MPC operates.
MPC has long-established core values associated with health and safety, diversity and inclusion, environmental stewardship and honesty and integrity. All of these corporate values are vital to MPC's financial performance and to our corporate image and reputation.
MPC manages its business to promote sustainable social, environmental and economic benefits to all stakeholders wherever we operate. By doing so, we create long-term value both for MPC and also in the communities where we work and live.
MPC 2011 Citizenship Report
A key driver of MPC's success has been its long-time commitment to its values. MPC's first corporate citizenship report highlights these values by providing data about the company's performance in the areas of health and safety, environmental stewardship, diversity, governance and integrity, and economic impact. The health and safety performance measures include categories such as injuries and employee wellness, while the environmental stewardship performance measures provide data on pollutant emissions, waste generation, energy use and spills. The report includes descriptions of programs MPC has in place to maintain high performance, as well as awards and recognitions the company has received for its safety and environmental accomplishments. The MPC 2011 Citizenship Report also provides data on the impact the company has on the economy, including dividends paid to shareholders, capital expenditures, payroll information, procurement spending amounts and income taxes.
2011 Citizenship Report (PDF; 7MB)
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