Phillips 66 Joins GEMI

                            Phillips 66 Joins GEMI

PR Newswire

WASHINGTON, Jan. 23, 2013

WASHINGTON, Jan. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Global Environmental
Management Initiative  (GEMI) today announced the addition of its newest
member company, Phillips 66, a U.S.-based, global energy company with
segment-leading Refining and Marketing (R&M), Midstream and Chemicals
businesses.

"We are pleased to welcome Phillips 66 to GEMI," said GEMI's Chair, Neville
Dias, Director, HESS Management System, Carnival Corporation & plc. "Their
knowledge and experience will be valuable additions to GEMI, and we look
forward to combining their expertise with that of our other GEMI members."

"As GEMI continues to grow, we continue to add new perspectives and expertise
on emerging EHS and sustainability issues," said GEMI's Membership Chair Bob
Toy, Director of Environmental Sustainability, Union Pacific. "Welcoming
Phillips 66 into the organization provides GEMI with an opportunity to further
develop and expand upon our current activities and the range of companies that
we can work with and learn from," said Toy.

"The addition of Phillips 66 to GEMI's membership will enhance our ability to
continue GEMI's mission. We look forward to working with them to achieve
GEMI's vision," concluded Dias.

For more information about GEMI, visit GEMI's web site at www.gemi.org.

GEMI members include: 3M; Abbott; Ashland Inc.; Biogen Idec; BNSF Railway
Company; Carnival Corporation & plc; ConAgra Foods; ConocoPhillips; ENI;
FedEx; Halliburton; Johnson Controls, Inc.; Koch Industries; Kraft Foods Group
Inc.; Legrand; Merck & Company, Inc.; Occidental Petroleum Corporation; Perdue
Incorporated; Phillips 66; The Procter & Gamble Company; The Scotts
Miracle-Gro Company; Sealed Air Corporation; Smithfield Foods, Inc.; Southern
Company; and, Union Pacific Railroad.

For More Information Contact:
Amy Goldman: 202-296-7449

SOURCE GEMI

Website: http://www.gemi.org
 
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