Gary Heminger, Marathon Petroleum Corp. chairman and chief executive officer, earned $19.7 million in 2017, or nearly 19 percent more than in 2016, the company reported.
Hemingers salary increased 2.3 percent to $1.64 million last year, Marathon Petroleum reported to the Securities and Exchange Commission. A performance-based bonus increased 19 percent to $5 million.
His stock awards increased nearly 39 percent to $7.7 million. Hemingers stock options increased 9 percent to $3.8 million.
The value of Hemingers pension and non-qualified deferred compensation earnings grew by $942,420. But that was 14 percent less growth than in 2016.
Hemingers other perks, of $514,721, included $403,474 in contributions to his retirement plan; $82,880 in personal use of company aircraft; $12,800 in personal security; $11,916 in tax and financial planning; and $3,651 for a physical.