In a statement the company said that as part of these changes, Martinez will be converted to a terminal facility. It is evaluating the strategic repositioning of Martinez to a renewable diesel facility, which aligns with California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standards objectives and MPC’s greenhouse gas reduction targets.
The company expects to begin a phased reduction of staffing levels in October.
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