When you visit your local CITGO to fill-up with gas, grab a snack, a hot cup of coffee, some groceries, and your breakfast, lunch or dinner, you're walking into a locally owned and operated business.
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- Carlos Jordá, President & CEO
The nature of the crude-oil refining and transportation business, as well as the close proximity of our refineries and many of our terminals and pipelines to major waterways, places great responsibility on CITGO to be a good steward of our shared environment and natural resources.
Climate Change Statement
Caring for Our Coast Program
2019 Enviromental Stats
Our employees are vital to our ability to manage operations and are integral to our leadership in the industry. This is why we place the highest value on our people and their future with us, and invest so much in their career success and personal satisfaction.
At CITGO, we value diversity. We believe that a broad range of expertise and perspectives are vital to advancing our company's vision and achieving success.
2019 Chairwoman of the Board and currently serving as Director
Assistant VP, Strategic & Corporate Planning
General Manger, Human Resources
General Manager, Hydrocarbon Logistics
President of the Simón Bolívar Foundation
General Manager, Corporate Communications
General Manager, Terminal Facilities and Pipelines
Safety is our number one value. The work that we do involves handling complex equipment and hazardous materials. These challenges make safety a top priority for everyone who works at our sites—from senior leadership down through every level of the company, as well as contractors.
2019 Safety Stats
CITGO is committed to generating talent within our surrounding communities by investing in programs that elevate the future potential of students near our Houston, Texas, headquarters and three refineries.
One of the biggest priorities for CITGO has been strengthening our corporate governance. A few highlights include:
New Regulatory & Ethics Programs