environmental, social and governance

Chevron believes that environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance is important to our success and long-term viability. We continuously strive to enhance our communication with stakeholders on ESG matters and improve our ESG performance.

This information center provides links to relevant ESG data.

Category Data Description
CR Report

2017 Chevron CR Report 
(May 2018)

2017 CR Report Performance Data 
(May 2018)

Now in its 16th year of publication, our Corporate Responsibility Report focuses on environmental, social and governance issues that matter to our business and our stakeholders—investors, customers, host governments, local communities and employees.
Climate Reports Update to 2018 Climate Change Resilience Report (February 2019)

2019 Climate Update
Our update is aligned with the TCFD framework and focuses on Governance; Actions and Investments; and Metrics/Performance Measures.

Climate Reports Climate Change Resilience 
(March 2018)

2018 Climate Report
Our 2018 Climate Change Resilience report aligns with the TCFD’s framework to describe Chevron’s governance, risk management, strategy, and actions and investments.

Climate Reports Managing Climate Change Risks 
(March 2017)

2017 Climate Report
Our 2017 Managing Climate Risks report is Chevron’s first stand-alone climate change report.

Political Activities

Board Oversight

Political Contributions and Lobbying

Trade Association Membership

Federal Lobbying Disclosure Report (Search Registrant Name: Chevron)

Federal Lobbying Contribution Report (Search Organization Name: Chevron)

California State Lobbying Activity Reports (Search Organization Name: Chevron)

Chevron engages with the President’s Administration, Congress, and state officials to provide perspective on energy issues affecting the United States and the world. We lobby ethically, constructively and in a nonpartisan manner. Chevron engages in the public policy process through direct and indirect lobbying, and by participating in a diverse range of business and policy organizations that advocate positions designed to support free markets and fair, responsible energy industry legislation and regulations.
Proxy Statement

2019 Proxy Statement

Board Skills Matrix

Compensation Scorecard

Our 2019 Proxy Statement includes descriptions of our corporate governance, executive compensation and stockholder proposals.
Chevron Background The Chevron Way The Chevron Way is our mission and value statement.
Chevron Background OEMS OEMS, Chevron’s Operational Excellence Management System, focuses on our health, environment and safety performance.
Business Conduct and Ethics Business Conduct and Ethics Code Our Business Conduct and Ethics Code explains Chevron policies designed to support full compliance with applicable laws and the practical ways we put our values to work every day, applying ethical principles to business decisions that deliver results the right and responsible way.
Business Conduct and Ethics Business Conduct and Ethics Expectations for Suppliers Our Business Conduct and Ethics Expectations for Suppliers outlines the expectations we have for our suppliers and contractors.
Human Rights About Our Human Rights Policy Our Human Rights Policy describes how we foster greater awareness of human rights issues throughout the company and enhance our capabilities to identify and manage human rights issues in four areas relevant to our business: employees, security, community and suppliers.
Human Rights United Kingdom Modern Slavery Act Statement for 2018 Our statement that Chevron Energy Limited (and its affiliates carrying on a business in the UK) follows the principles and policies to protect against modern slavery, human trafficking and respect for human rights which have been adopted more broadly by Chevron Corporation.
Human Rights Chevron’s Modern Slavery, Human Trafficking and Broader Human Rights Commitments California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 This statement describes our commitment to respecting human rights in our supply chain.
Grievance Mechanism Guidance Summary

Operational-level grievances
In 2016, Chevron introduced a Grievance Mechanism Guidance to encourage best practice in community feedback systems and to enable our business units to identify and respond to community concerns that may call for remedy. Chevron's guidance helps business units design or update a grievance mechanism that strives to be legitimate, accessible, predictable, equitable, transparent and rights-compatible. The mechanism is based on engagement and two-way dialogue which promotes continuous learning.