Phillips 66 Logo Font

About Phillips 66 Logo Font

Phillips-66-Logo

Phillips 66 is an American multinational energy company headquartered in Westchase, Houston, Texas. It debuted as an independent energy company when ConocoPhillips executed a spin-off of its downstream and midstream assets.

The Phillips 66 shield logo, created for its link to the famous highway of the same number, was introduced in 1930 in a black and orange color scheme that would last nearly 30 years. In 1959, Phillips introduced a revised version of the shield in red, white and black, a color scheme still used by Phillips 66 Co. for the brand. The font used for the text in its current logo is very similar to Helvetica Medium Condensed.

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