Built on more than 130 years of experience, Phillips 66 is a growing energy manufacturing and logistics company with high-performing Midstream, Chemicals, Refining, and Marketing and Specialties businesses. This diverse portfolio enables Phillips 66 to capture opportunities in a changing energy landscape. Headquartered in Houston, the company has 13,500 employees who are committed to operating excellence and safety.
Pioneering leaders and groundbreaking product lines have helped Phillips 66 Lubricants evolve into the fourth-largest finished lubricants supplier in the U.S. It manufactures and markets four premier brands: Conoco®, Phillips 66®, 76® Lubricants and Kendall® Motor Oil. These premier brands reach across every key lubricants market, including automotive, trucking, agriculture, aviation, power generation, mining and construction.
Known for high-quality base oils and sophisticated formulations, Phillips 66 Lubricants also offers proprietary research and development facilities, as well as a comprehensive global distribution network.
A quick look at our four brands:.
Constant product innovation over 130 years has earned Conoco's product family a strong presence in the mining, natural gas, power generation, injection molding, construction/aggregate, fleet and industrial market segments.
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Grounded in niche markets success since the 1920s, Phillips 66 has developed a rich line of outstanding lubricants. Today, Phillips 66 products are leaders in the aviation, farm industry, marine and snowmobile industries.
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A trusted international brand, 76 Lubricants offers oils and greases for all types of demanding applications, from cars and trucks to heavy equipment and industrial applications.
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Kendall Motor Oil
An innovative spirit has guided Kendall's evolution since 1881. Born and bred at the track, Kendall has consistently anticipated and filled the needs of performance-savvy customers with high-quality oils, filters and lubricants.
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