With support from state regulators and the local community, Global Partners is moving forward with plans to begin transloading renewable diesel at its terminal on the Columbia River in Clatskanie, Oregon.
In early July, the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality gave the go-ahead for Global Partners to add renewable diesel to its transloading permit for the terminal. Full Story » “Global Partners Gets the Go-Ahead for Renewable Diesel in Oregon”
Full Story » “Global Partners Brings 3,000+ Handcrafted Family Meals to its Frontline Employees”
As COVID-19 continues to impact daily life worldwide, Boston-based Global Partners is thanking its more than 3,000 frontline employees in a personal way — with a handcrafted family meal. These employees are working on the frontlines of the pandemic at Global’s network of gas stations, convenience stores and terminals across the Northeast and mid-Atlantic where operations have been deemed essential.
Like you, Global Partners has been closely monitoring, adapting to and responding to COVID-19. Our first priority is the health and safety of our employees, customers and communities.
The goods and services we deliver are critical to the infrastructure of the broader New England region —from the fuel that we distribute to keep homes warm and hospital generators running to the basic food and goods we provide at the neighborhood level. Full Story » “Global Partners COVID-19 Response”