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Sinclair Casper Refinery Successfully Raises Significant Funds for Climb Wyoming During 13th Annual Golf Tournament Benefit

On July 8th, 2017, Sinclair Casper Refinery held their 13th Annual golf tournament at The Three Crowns Golf Course. Each year, a committee of employees selects one local nonprofit organization to be the benefactor of the tournament. This year the committee chose Climb Wyoming to support their work training and placing single mothers in careers that allow them to successfully support themselves and their children. Sinclair Casper Refinery is proud to announce that this year’s tournament raised $22,079.65.

This wouldn’t have been possible without the wonderful sponsorships made by local contractors and vendors; along with the 36 teams (144 players) made up of contractor, vendor, Sinclair Casper and Sinclair Wyoming Refinery employees. Sinclair Casper Refinery and Climb Wyoming – Casper would like to give a special thanks to Airgas; Andreen Hunt Construction; Ascent Engineering; Brahma Group; Brock Group; Cowboy Insulation & Supply; GE Water and Process; GBI; ITC; Jennifer Graves; Johnson Matthey; Loenbro; Montana Seals; Mountain Crane; NCSG Crane & Heavy Haul Service; Rocky Mountain Industrial Construction; Stronghold Specialty; Swaglock; Western Refactory; WIC; Wyatt Field Service for their sponsorships. We would also like to thank The Three Crown Golf Course for their wonderful hospitality and service.

“We are so grateful to Sinclair Casper Refinery for their generous support of our Casper Climb Wyoming program,” said Dr. Ray Fleming Dinneen, executive director and founder, Climb Wyoming. “This gift will be used to provide struggling families with opportunities for self-sufficiency through career training and placement in Casper.”


About Sinclair Casper Refinery

Sinclair Casper Oil refinery company is a 25,000-barrels-per-day oil refinery near Casper, Wyoming, the Casper Refinery runs primarily sweet crude from the Rocky Mountain region. Casper started as White Eagle Refinery in 1923 and is one of the oldest refineries still operating in the Rocky Mountains today. It was acquired from Mobil Oil in 1968 and named the Little America Refining Company. The refinery has since been modernized to increase reliability and production capacity while lowering sulfur levels in transportation fuels. The Casper Refinery team has created a culture driven by excellence in production, reliability and safety. The goal for Casper Refining is to update and modernize equipment to maintain ratable production well into the future. For more information visit www.sinclaircasperrefinery.com.