news and media updates

hurricane irma

Chevron initiated its hurricane recovery response plans following Hurricane Irma, and has accounted for its employees in Florida. Safety remains our priority as we resupply our impacted markets through independently owned Texaco and Chevron branded distributors. Chevron’s fuel terminals in Port Everglades, Tampa and Panama City are operating and have begun refueling fuel tankers. Assessments of retail station conditions are underway, which could impact fuel availability at some locations.

Chevron U.S.A. Inc. announced a contribution of $1 million from Chevron and the Chevron Global Community Fund to assist with efforts to recover from the damage done by Hurricane Irma. The commitment includes a $600,000 donation to the American Red Cross from the Chevron Global Community Fund to support immediate relief efforts throughout the impacted regions. Another $400,000 is from Chevron’s Fuel Your School program, which would normally be made available based on fuel sales, going to DonorsChoose.org for local public school classroom projects in south Florida.

Updated Sept. 13, 2017

statement on fuel pricing 

Chevron does not condone price gouging. Our marketing agreements with independently owned distributors require them to comply with all laws.

Chevron will diligently follow up on price gouging allegations and take appropriate action. Consumers who suspect a station may be engaging in price gouging should contact Chevron at 855-285-9595 or the appropriate state consumer agency for further investigation.

Chevron will continue to work in partnership with state authorities in their efforts to prevent price gouging.

Updated Sept. 11, 2017

hurricane harvey

In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, our priority continues to be the safety and well-being of our more than 8,000 employees and contractors in the region, especially those whose households remain seriously impacted by hurricane damage.

Chevron assets in the region and the Gulf of Mexico are operational.

To assist in the immediate relief efforts, Chevron has made a $1 million donation to the American Red Cross.  The company is also offering a 2-to-1 match for employee contributions to the relief efforts of the American Red Cross or the United Way of Greater Houston. We will continue to work diligently to support our Houston-area employees and the community, of which we are a proud member.

Updated Sept. 5, 2017