Oil, Gas and Consumable Fuels
Company Overview of Motiva Enterprises LLC
Motiva Enterprises LLC refines, distributes, and markets oil products in the eastern and southern United States. It engages in the receipt, storage, scheduling, accounting, and delivery of light refined products and commercial/bio-fuels to internal and external customers; and provides distillate, jet, gasoline, petroleum, and oil and natural gas products. The company transports its products via tanker trucks, pipelines, railcars, and marine vessels. It serves retail outlets. The company was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Houston, Texas. It operates gasoline stations, refineries, and storage terminals in the northeastern, southeastern, and Gulf Coast regions of the United States. The...
910 Louisiana Street
Houston, TX 77002
Founded in 1998
Key Executives for Motiva Enterprises LLC
Chief Executive Officer and President
General Manager of Strategy
General Manager of Portfolio Planning and Strategy
General Manager of Motiva Port Arthur Refinery
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Motiva Enterprises LLC Key Developments
Motiva Enterprises LLC Announces Management Changes
Jan 29 14
Motiva Enterprises LLC has named a new president and CEO. Dan Romasko, former executive vice president of operations at Tesoro Corp., is replacing departing CEO Bob Pease, who will return to a position with Shell on Feb. 1, 2014. Romasko has served as executive vice president of operations for refiner Tesoro since March 2011. He oversaw the company's refining, marketing, logistics and marine organizations.
Motiva Enterprises In Talks To Sell Its Terminals At Bridgeport
Jun 17 13
Motiva Enterprises, LLC is in negotiations to sell its oil products storage and rack terminals at Bridgeport. The sale is in line with Motiva's plan to sell some non-strategic terminal assets on the East Coast, including the one in Bridgeport. It is unclear when the Bridgeport terminal deal could be finalized. A Shell spokeswoman was not able to comment to Seenews.
Discrimination Plaintiff Appeals Motiva Enterprises, LLC Summary Judgment Win
Aug 16 12
The plaintiff in an age discrimination case has appealed the summary judgment ruling in favor of Motiva Enterprises, LLC. As, Tyler resident Kurt Floersheim filed suit against his former employer, Motiva Enterprises, on April 15, 2011, in Jefferson County District Court, alleging he was laid off so that two younger men could replace him. A year later, on April 25, Judge Bob Wortham, 58th District Court, granted a summary judgment motion brought by Motiva. Court records show that Floersheim appealed the ruling on May 15 to the Ninth District Court of Appeals. Briefs are due in the case on Sept. 5. Motiva filed its motion for summary judgment on Jan. 16, asserting that Floersheim waited 351 days to file his discrimination charge with the EEOC after he was notified that he would be laid off. The motion states the charge must be filed not later than the 180th day after the alleged unlawful employment practice occurred. The incident began on June 15, 2009, when Motiva informed Floersheim that he was being included in a reduction in force. He alleges that the day after he was laid off, Motiva hired two younger specialists to replace him.
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