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As the world opened up in 2021, Phillips 66 bounced back; its revenue rose 75.4%, to $116 billion, boosted by the rebound in fuel consumption. As a major operator of refineries and gas stations, the company’s profit margins can be vulnerable when oil prices are particularly high, but Phillips was still able to produce $1.3 billion in profit. In April 2022, Mark Lashier, formerly president and CEO of the Chevron Phillips Chemical Company joint venture, succeeded Greg Garland as Phillips 66 CEO.
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