At Phillips 66, we are committed to safe, efficient and reliable operations with a focus on environmental stewardship. We operate pipelines and a fuel storage terminal in Jefferson City that supplies motor fuels, propane and butane to customers in the region. We have approximately 20 employees based in Jefferson City.

Phillips 66 will be undertaking a pipeline replacement project in your area soon. This new pipeline will replace, and relocate sections of, an existing line which delivers fuel products to consumers in Missouri and Illinois. This project will help ensure the continued safe and reliable transport of fuels. We are committed to designing, constructing, operating and maintaining the replacement pipeline in a safe and reliable manner, and to meet or exceed regulatory standards.

Our goal is to keep stakeholders, neighbors and community leaders informed of the project. Company representatives are working with affected landowners along the right of way, as well as neighbors and community leaders.

The project will commence in two phases

Phase 1
19.8 miles from Eureka to the Meramec River. Construction to begin in 2021 and will take approximately 12 months.

Phase 2
10.4 miles from Villa Ridge to Eureka. Construction to begin in 2022 and will take approximately 12 months.

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From construction to operation, we go above and beyond to ensure our assets are managed with best-in-class practices, including comprehensive pipeline maintenance, remote line monitoring, leak detection, community education programs and strong relationships with emergency response teams.


We are working with landowners as well as state and local officials to minimize any disruption to the community or the environment.


We will use several construction methods in residential areas, under roads, and water crossings to try and minimize the construction impact where feasible.

Phillips 66 presented an update on the pipeline replacement project to the Jefferson City Chamber of Commerce on October 11, 2019.


Horizontal boring at the Oak Hills Golf Course in Jefferson City, Missouri.

Pipes await their underground placement in Southern Jefferson City, Missouri.

Community Involvement

Phillips 66 was glad to contribute to the restoration needs of Jefferson City, Missouri after the May 2019 tornado struck our community.

Phillips 66’s commitment to the community helped American Legion Post 5 to complete the patriotic roundabouts on the east end of Jefferson City, Missouri.

Supporting the communities where our employees live and work is important to us, and we have made a number of philanthropic donations in the area to support the following:

  • Jefferson City Police Department – Emergency Operations Center (2015)
  • Cole County Fire Protection District — Tank truck roll-over simulator (2016)
  • Jefferson City Fire Department — Fire training trailer for elementary school children (2017)
  • Osage County Emergency Management – Storm warning siren system (2019)

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    Phillips 66 Pipeline Replacement Project in Jefferson City