We have exciting capital projects that use innovative technology designed to provide decades of energy.
We’re working together to provide energy that drives human progress.
Innovation powers our performance.
We strive to enable human progress in a sustainable manner to serve the world’s growing population and create a better future.
Our strong results come from empowering our people.
We believe in the power of humanity to solve any challenge, to overcome any obstacle, and to find responsible solutions that work for all of us.
FeaturesJuly 08, 2020
Since the first oil strike at Spindletop over 100 years ago,
Chevron has been a proud member of the Houston
community. Every year, we invest in programs that enable
Houston to learn and to work, focusing on education, food
and housing security, and economic growth.
FeaturesJuly 06, 2020
Chevron was the first oil and gas company to institute a global comprehensive HIV/AIDS Policy and Program for employees, including confidential access to HIV testing and treatment for employees and their dependents.
Chevron Australia Downstream Pty Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Chevron Corporation, today announced that it has completed the acquisition from Puma Energy Asia Pacific B.V. of all shares and equity interests of Puma Energy (Australia) Holdings Pty Ltd for the amount of AU$425 million.
NewsJune 04, 2020
As the human energy company, we are just that – humans, and we’ve felt the impact of what is happening in the United States around racial injustice. Our company is rooted in a diverse and inclusive culture, but we also understand it is our time to listen and learn.
FeaturesJune 02, 2020
For over a century, Chevron has been producing affordable and reliable energy for the San Joaquin Valley region, while protecting and investing in the community.
FeaturesMay 28, 2020
Read the story of how one chevon employee’s compassion and initiative impacted 28,500 quarantined migrant workers in Singapore in just 4 days.
Press ReleasesMay 27, 2020
Chevron Corporation (NYSE: CVX) today provided an overview of the company’s work to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic at its 2020 annual meeting of stockholders.
FeaturesMay 22, 2020
Together with our global partners, Chevron is enacting a series of social investment and support initiatives to help communities and nonprofits address the COVID-19 crisis.
We are committed to providing customers with quality fuels and products in a safe environment. Beyond the Chevron app that lets customers pay for fuel right from their vehicle, we’ve taken many additional steps to ensure the health and safety of the people we help power.
Chevron is deeply rooted in our commitment to education. Preparing the next generation of problem solvers is essential to building a world where energy is affordable, reliable and ever cleaner.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a trying time for the entire world, in a large part due to the economic impact. But human energy will prevail. At Chevron, it’s the ingenuity, creativity and leadership of our people that makes us strong to withstand this crisis and that will make our future even stronger.
In Australia, Chevron is contributing $1.2 million to assist communities in Western Australia (WA). We have launched the $600,000 Chevron Onslow Relief Fund to provide financial support and critical health services to Onslow residents, Aboriginal communities, local businesses and the unemployed.