Operations from Coast to Coast

Map of Marathon Petroleum Operations in Refining, Midstream and Retail
Refining
  • 13 Refineries
    • 12 States
    • 2.9 million Barrels per calendar day
      crude oil refining capacity
  • Washington
    Anacortes

    • Crude Oil Capacity: 119,000 bpcd
    • Employees: Approx. 380
    • Fast Fact: Products are distributed through pipeline connected terminals and MPC's marine terminal via ships and barges.

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  • Ohio
    Canton

    • Crude Oil Capacity: 100,000 bpcd
    • Employees: Approx. 330
    • Fast Fact: Supply consists of sweet and sour crude oils, including production from the nearby Utica shale.

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  • Kentucky
    Catlettsburg

    • Crude Oil Capacity: 291,000 bpcd
    • Employees: Approx. 760
    • Fast Fact: MPC completed construction of a condensate splitter in 2015, increasing the refinery's capacity to process condensate from the Utica shale region.

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  • Michigan
    Detroit

    • Crude Oil Capacity: 140,000 bpcd
    • Employees: Approx. 500
    • Fast Fact: It is the only petroleum refinery in Michigan.

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  • Texas
    El Paso

    • Crude Oil Capacity: 133,000 bpcd
    • Employees: Approx. 390
    • Fast Fact: The refinery was originally two facilities.

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  • Texas
    Galveston Bay

    • Crude Oil Capacity: 593,000 bpcd
    • Employees: Approx. 1,550
    • Fast Fact: The refinery has access to the export market and multiple options to sell refined products.

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  • Louisiana
    Garyville

    • Crude Oil Capacity: 596,000 bpcd
    • Employees: Approx. 920
    • Fast Fact: Located along the Mississippi River, between New Orleans and Baton Rouge, the Garyville refinery is one of the largest refineries in the U.S.

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  • Alaska
    Kenai

    • Crude Oil Capacity: 68,000 bpcd
    • Employees: Approx. 240
    • Fast Fact: The refinery processes mainly Alaska domestic crude along with limited international crude.

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  • California
    Los Angeles

    • Crude Oil Capacity: 363,000 bpcd
    • Employees: Approx. 1,480
    • Fast Fact: The Los Angeles refinery is the largest refinery on the West Coast and is a major producer of clean fuels.

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  • North Dakota
    Mandan

    • Crude Oil Capacity: 71,000 bpcd
    • Employees: Approx. 310
    • Fast Fact: The refinery began operations in 1954.

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  • Illinois
    Robinson

    • Crude Oil Capacity: 253,000 bpcd
    • Employees: Approx. 650
    • Fast Fact: The refinery was built in 1906 and purchased by MPC in 1924.

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  • Utah
    Salt Lake City

    • Crude Oil Capacity: 66,000 bpcd
    • Employees: Approx. 300
    • Fast Fact: The refinery began operations in 1908 and is now the largest in Utah.

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  • Minnesota
    St. Paul Park

    • Crude Oil Capacity: 105,000 bpcd
    • Employees: Approx. 370
    • Fast Fact: The refinery is located along the Mississippi River southeast of St. Paul Park, Minnesota and was originally built in 1939.

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Midstream
  • 1 High-growth mlp MPLX LP
    • 40.3 Million Barrels of Terminal Storage Capacity
    • 12 Billion Standard Cubic Feet Per Day
      of Natural Gas Processing Capacity
Retail
  • 2 strong brands:Marathon® and ARCO®
    • ~7,200Branded Locations
    • ~1,150 Direct Dealer Locations, Primarily in California
Renewables
  • 10 Renewable Fuel and Feedstock Facilities in operation or development
    • ~400 MillionGallons of renewable fuels produced in 2022
    • ~2.4 BillionGallons of renewable fuels delivered in 2022
  • Ohio
    Greenville

    • Summary: Operated by The Andersons as part of a joint venture.
    • Produces: Ethanol biofuel

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  • Iowa
    Denison

    • Summary: Operated by The Andersons as part of a joint venture.
    • Produces: Ethanol biofuel

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  • Wisconsin
    Madison

    • Summary: A wholly owned subsidiary of MPC, Virent uses patented catalytic chemistry to convert bio-based sugar feedstocks into products molecularly identical to those made from petroleum.
    • Produces: Renewable, drop-in fuels and chemicals

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  • North Dakota
    Spiritwood

    • Summary: Built a soybean processing plant as part of a joint venture with ADM.
    • Produces: Refined soybean oil

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  • North Dakota
    Dickinson

    • Summary: Converted petroleum refinery into renewable diesel facility.
    • Produces: Renewable diesel and naphtha

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  • California
    Martinez

    • Summary: Converting Martinez refinery into a renewable fuels facility. 50/50 joint venture partnership with Neste.
    • Produces: Renewable diesel and other renewable fuels

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  • Ohio
    Cincinnati

    • Summary: Converted biodiesel plant into a pretreatment facility.
    • Produces: Agricultural feedstocks

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  • Nebraska
    Beatrice

    • Summary: Operates as a terminal and pretreatment center.
    • Produces: Agricultural feedstocks

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  • Michigan
    Albion

    • Summary: Operated by The Andersons as part of a joint venture.
    • Produces: Ethanol biofuel

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  • Indiana
    Clymers

    • Summary: Operated by The Andersons as part of a joint venture.
    • Produces: Ethanol biofuel

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Refineries

We operate the nation's largest refining system, with approximately 2.9 million barrels per calendar day of crude oil refining capacity across 13 refineries. Our refineries are integrated with each other via pipelines, terminals and barges to maximize operating efficiency.

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Midstream

Our Midstream segment primarily includes the operations of MPLX LP, MPC’s sponsored master limited partnership, which gather, transport, store and distribute crude oil, refined products, including renewable diesel, and other hydrocarbon-based products via refining logistics assets, pipelines, terminals, towboats and barges; gather, process and transport natural gas; and transport, fractionate, store and market natural gas liquids.

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Retail

Marathon brand and ARCO gas stations are located across the U.S. and Northern Mexico so that you can stay fueled and on the road to where you're going. 

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Renewable Fuels

We are sharpening our focus on meeting the world's energy needs while lowering the carbon intensity of our operations and the products we manufacture.

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Industrial Products

We offer a variety of industrial petroleum-based products. From asphalt to petrochemicals, we have everything you need to fuel your business.

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