A Phillips 66 employee conducting routine monitoring from one of our Pipeline Control Centers. Our pipelines are monitored 24/7 to ensure safety, integrity and compliance.
We’re committed to the safety of the community, employees and the environment. For this reason, the Gray Oak Pipeline route was carefully selected to ensure minimal impact to the environment and communities along its course.
Pipelines provide the most environmentally safe and efficient means of transporting oil and gas products that fuel our everyday life and economy. The Department of Transportation and independent studies have consistently demonstrated that modern pipelines are the safest means of transporting energy goods, while bolstering regional and national energy independence and security.
We understand safety is important to everyone, especially the people who live and work in communities near the pipeline route. That’s why our approach to safety is rooted in three key areas: prevention, maintenance and emergency preparedness.
The Gray Oak Pipeline will be a new, 850-mile-long pipeline transporting crude oil from the West Texas Permian Basin to destinations in the Corpus Christi, Sweeny and Freeport markets.
The Gray Oak Pipeline is being constructed to support the continued growth of the Texas energy industry, responding to market demand for transportation infrastructure to market centers on the U.S. Gulf Coast.
Gray Oak will pass through the following counties:
|1. Reeves||8. Crockett||15. Frio||22.Karnes|
|2. Loving||9. Schleicher||16. La Salle||23. Goliad|
|3. Winkler||10. Sutton||17. McMullen||24. Victoria|
|4. Ward||11. Edwards||18. Live Oak||25. Jackson|
|5. Crane||12. Kinney||19. San Patricio||26. Wharton|
|6. Upton||13. Maverick||20. Nueces||27. Matagorda|
|7. Reagan||14. Zavala||21. Bee||28. Brazoria|