Pipeline Replacement and Reroute Project
Phillips 66 is replacing and rerouting its existing pipeline that delivers fuel products to consumers in northeast Oklahoma from our refinery in Ponca City, Oklahoma. This vital infrastructure project will help ensure the continued safe and reliable transport of fuels.
Safety and environmental protection guide everything we do.
About the Project
- We are replacing and rerouting an existing 90-mile pipeline that delivers fuel products to consumers in northeast Oklahoma to ensure the continued safe and reliable transport of fuels.
- We have carefully chosen a route that relocates segments of the pipeline away from more densely populated residential areas and avoids sensitive environments, wildlife and cultural areas.
- The route will follow existing utility corridors and will use boring or directional drilling construction techniques under roads and at water crossings which minimizes the construction impact compared to open trench construction. We will adhere to strict local, state and federal regulatory requirements.
- We are committed to designing, constructing, operating and maintaining the replacement of the existing pipeline in a safe and reliable manner, while meeting or exceeding regulatory standards.
- Construction from Ponca City to Keystone Lake will be completed in phases between 2020 and 2023
- Construction of the Keystone Lake Re-Route was completed January of 2020
- Construction from Keystone Lake to Glenpool Terminal is expected to be complete by the end of 2021
Phillips 66 in the Community
We have a long-standing presence in Oklahoma and are proud of our efforts to:
Create jobs, increase economic activity and boost tax revenues in communities
As of 2019, Phillips 66 has employed 2,859 employees in Oklahoma and has produced almost $25 million in state taxes
Invest in the communities where we live and work
Donated funds to the Food Banks of Eastern Oklahoma's COVID-19 relief efforts in 2020
Donated funds to the city of Sand Springs to help move the historic Beaver Mountain Lookout Tower to the Keystone Ancient Forest in 2020
Donated funds to the Red Cross of Northeast Oklahoma for flood relief efforts in 2019
Sponsored training for City of Jenks firefighters to attend Texas A&M Fire School in 2018
Sponsored National Energy Education Development (NEED) workshop for teachers in the Tulsa area in 2018
Funded training for City of Jenks firefighters in 2017
Commit to treating landowners fairly, openly and with respect.
We negotiate with landowners in good faith, are responsive to their questions and concerns and consistent in upholding our commitments to them
Work closely with landowners and state and local officials to minimize disruption
For more information on how Phillips 66 has supported Oklahoma communities, please visit our website.
Safety, Honor and Commitment
Phillips 66 operates a nationwide network of pipelines and storage terminals in a responsible manner. We are accountable for operating with excellence and a strong economic, social and environmental performance. For more information on our commitment to pipeline safety, refer to our Pipeline Public Awareness Program.