Where is Valero Corporate office Headquarters

Valero Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 1 Valero Way, San Antonio, TX 78249, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 210-345-2000
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 12,000
  • Established: 1955
  • Founder: N/A
  • Key People: Joseph W. Gorder, (President & CEO)

Valero Headquarters Location & Directions

Valero Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Donna M. Titzman

Executive VP & CFO

R. Lane Riggs

Executive VP & COO

Gary K. Simmons

Senior Vice President of Supply, International Operations & Systems Optimization

About Valero, History and Headquarters Information

History

Valero was founded in the year 1980. The company has been operational for almost 39 years now. The company was created as a spin-off of the Coastal States Gas Corporation. The company had taken over the natural gas operations of the Coastal States Gas Corporation. The company was the most substantial spin-off in corporate history. The company had taken over the operations of LoVaca Gathering Company. The first refinery of the company was acquired in the year 1984. Then in the year 1997, the company had spun-off its retail as well as refinery divisions into separate companies. The company had also taken over Basis Petroleum in the same year as well. The following year, the company had purchased an oil refinery at New Jersey, USA.

In the year 2000, the company had taken over the refinery of Exxon Mobil, located in California. The company had also started retailing gasoline as well, under its name. Then in the year 2001, the company had acquired Huntway Refining Company, along with its two asphalt plants as well. The same year, the company had also taken over Ultramar Diamond Shamrock. The company had received the ownership of Shamrock Logistics LP, and it was renamed to Valero LP in the year 2006. Starting in the year 2002, the company began to expand in the eastern part of the USA, mainly in the north-eastern region along with Florida, USA. In the year 2005, the company had agreed to buy Premcor Incorporated for about $8 billion. This was followed by the acquisition of almost 72 Albertsons gas stations in the year 2008. As of the year 2009, the company had sacked nearly 500 employees at its refinery located in Delaware, USA. The company also started to absorb losses of $1 million per day since the beginning of 2009. Then in the year 2011, the company had taken over Chevron Corporation for about $730 million. In the year 2013, the company had spun off its retail operations under a new company known as CST Brands. The company continued to supply fuel via its 7,400 retail locations in the USA. The headquarters of the company is based in One Valero Way. The name of the place is San Antonio, while the name of the state is Texas, USA. The pin code of the area is 78249.

About

Valero is an American company that focuses on the manufacturing and marketing of various kinds of transportation fuel as well as other types of petrochemical, including power too. The current CEO and president of the company are Joseph W Gorder. As of the year 2014, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $117 billion. As of the year 2018, the total number of employees working at the company is more than 10,000. The company has over 6,800 retail, wholesale outlets all over the USA. The company has 16 refineries under its name, along with 11 ethanol plants and also a 50 MW power wind farm too. The company is ranked at number 31 in the Fortune 500 companies list. The company is ranked at number 28 among all the companies that emit airborne pollutants in the USA.

Services

The primary services provided by the company include the production of various kinds of fuels and also a renewable source of power, along with other petrochemical products as well. The products sold by the company include gasoline, diesel fuel, asphalt, jet fuel, lubricants, petrochemicals, etcetera. The company has also invested in wind power as well.

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  • Stephen Paley says:

    I couldn’t find a web site to list a complaint for the Valero at 3900 Coconut Creek Parkway, Coconut creek Florida, so I’m leaving it here. I’m a resident of Wynmoor, a 10,000 person retirement community. This station is across the street from Wynmoor’s main entrance so I’ve used it for years. This station had experienced a number of thefts of credit card numbers at their pumps. (Mine was stolen there and used twice.) The problem was solved by leaving my credit card at the desk and keeping the pump at which I was parked open so I could fill up completely. I would then come back to the desk and use the card they were holding to pay for the gas. After years of this procedure a new attendant suddenly would not allow it. We argued a bit but I was not prepared her cursing: Without provocation she told me to go f__k myself and my mother. Since she wasn’t there I came back the next day next day to speak with the manager but to no avail. The “manager” was completely unprofessional. She accused me of having told the station attendant “to go back to her country” which was untrue. The manager involved other customers in our discussion to prove that she was right and I was wrong. The manager refused to give me the name of her superior or how to contact him. She also told me that if I didn’t like the service I could go elsewhere — which I now intend to do. Finally she told me that, “I was not the first person from Wynmoor she had argued with and that I wouldn’t be the last. “AFTER PUTTING THE ABOVE ON YELP I ALSO INTEND TO PUT IT ON THE WYNMOOR COMMUNITY BILL BOARD. Needless to say that, after many years of patronizing this station, I do not intend to use it again. I WOULD LIKE A RESPONSE FROM VALERO.

     
  • Sandy Roszman says:

    I VISITED A VALERO STATION ON N MAIN ST IN MARION TODAY. THE HOSE HAD A CRACK IN IT PROBABLY BETTER THAN AN INCH-1/2. WHEN FUELING IT LOOKED LIKE A FIRE HYDRANT SRPAYING GAS ALL OVER MY FRONT & BACK AND MY CAR. OTHER CUSTOMERS TRIED TO ASSIST ME. THE ATTENDANT DID NOT EVEN COME OUT TO SEE IF I WAS OK. I WENT BACK AFTER GOING HOME TO SHOWER & CHANGE CLOTHES. I THEN TOOK PICTURES & ASKED THE ATTENDANT TO HAVE MANAGER CALL ME. HE AGAIN DID NOT SEEM CONCERNED. IT HAS BEEN 4 HRS… I SIMPLY WANT MY ITEMS REPLACED THAT WERE REUINED. THE PICTURES CLEARLY REVEAL THAT THE INSPECTION OF THE HOSE HAS NOT BEEN DONE FOR QUITE SOME TIME! IT COULD HAVE BEEN EVEN WORSE THAN IT WAS & I AM THANKFUL FOR THAT. I HAVE A METALIC TASTE IN MY MOUTH & MY THROAT BURNS, BUT ATLEAST NO ONE THRU A SPARK! I WOULD JUST LIKE TO BE CONTACTED A.S.A.P.

     
  • vr says:

    I work for an oil company and they did away with our Shell cards and got us Valero. I now have to fill up at the Pearsall Valero Station. The pumps take a very long time to fill a tank. I use diesel. All they probably need to do is change the filters. I have confronted the people inside and they don’t seem to care. It takes too long and after working all day long I have to walk all the way in to the store and get a receipt. Is there any way someone could do something. It’s not going to happen at the store level. The people there are fine with not getting anything done. I use a considerable amount of fuel. That should have some stroke or does corporate not care about business either.

     
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