As Phillips 66’s market-facing business, the Global Commercial Organization focuses on maximizing general interest profitability by sourcing advantaged feedstocks to our refineries, and asset optimization through our global market presence.

Our highly dynamic, collaborative, high-performing team is headquartered in Houston, Texas and has offices located worldwide in Calgary, London, and Singapore. Global market presence affords Phillips 66 24-hour market access allowing us to fulfill our mission of providing energy and improving lives to our communities through crude oil, refined products, renewable fuels, power, and natural gas.

With a global trading team focused on maximizing profitability across the Phillips 66 value chain by managing strategic commodity transactions and agile response to the market, Commercial colleagues work together globally to optimize assets and improve performance by gathering market intelligence, managing risk, developing external relationships, and creating innovative supply chain solutions. Supported by our integrated marine and surface transportation and logistics teams, our global organization capitalizes on market opportunities, enhancing returns for Phillips 66.

Example roles include market analyst, trading desk position analyst, logistics coordinator, marine operations and chartering, scheduler, business development and origination, and commodity trader.

KATALYST, established by the Global Commercial Organization in 2005, is a premier energy commodity supply and trading development program for market-savvy university hires. KATALYST associates experience a dynamic, 90-day immersion to the Phillips 66 energy value chain followed by two targeted rotations aimed at acquiring knowledge and building relationships that will cultivate a fulfilling career. Associates are also provided networking opportunities, career coaching, and exposure to senior leadership team members.

Upon completion of the 90-day immersion, the KATALYST associates are placed in their first rotational assignments in the Commercial organization in Houston, TX. Assignment duration is approximately 12 to 24 months and provides experiential learning and development opportunities on teams such as Global Trading and Scheduling, Marine, Market Analysis and Surface Transportation and Logistics. Associates gain transferable skills applicable to our Marketing, Lubricants, Specialties, Value Chain and Optimization, and Risk organizations allowing for an exciting career across the Phillips 66 energy value chain.

Typical early-career Commercial assignments at Phillips 66 include:

  • Midstream Business Development & Optimization Analyst
  • Risk Analyst
  • Scheduling Inventory Analyst
  • Commodity Scheduler
  • Supply Coordinator
  • Commodity Analyst
  • Crude
  • Natural Gas Liquids (NGLs)
  • Refined Products
  • Heavy Products

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