HollyFrontier Corporation produces gasoline, diesel fuel, jet fuel, lubricants, and asphalt. It is based in Dallas, Texas.
The company operates four complex oil refineries with a total crude oil processing capacity of 405,000 barrels per stream day. It has facilities in Cheyenne, Wyoming, El Dorado, Kansas, Artesia, New Mexico, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Woods Cross, Utah, and Mississauga. The company also operates asphalt terminals in Arizona, New Mexico, and Oklahoma.
The company is ranked 279th on the Fortune 500.
The company was incorporated under the name General Appliance Corporation in 1947 and changed its name to Holly Corporation in 1952.
In 2003, Frontier Oil agreed to acquire Holly but Holly later cancelled the merger, leading to litigation.
In 2009, Holly Corporation acquired 2 refineries in Tulsa, Oklahoma: one from Sinclair Oil Corporation for $128 million and one from Sunoco.
In July 2011, Holly Corporation and Frontier Oil merged forming HollyFrontier Corporation.
In February 2017, the company acquired Suncor Energy's Petro-Canada Lubricants unit in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada for C$1.125 billion.
In early 2019, HollyFrontier acquired Sonneborn, a manufacturer of food grade white mineral oils and waxes in Petrolia, Pennsylvania, for $655 million.
In June 2020, HollyFrontier announced its Cheyenne refinery will cease processing petroleum, instead shifting production solely to renewable fuel, with the loss of approximately 200 workers.
Highest paying job titles at HollyFrontier Corporation include Cost Accountant, Business Process Analyst, and IT Configuration Manager