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caring for nature on Barrow Island

chevron produces energy & protects nature on Barrow Island

chevron produces energy & protects nature on Barrow Island

Since Chevron began producing oil on Barrow Island in 1964, our efforts have helped prevent the introduction of invasive mammal species and the spread of weeds on this Class A nature reserve, which supports some species now extinct on Australia's mainland. Chevron ecologist Dorian Moro, Ph.D., and his colleagues help manage biodiversity projects, such as tracking the movement of flatback turtles to maintain the integrity of the environment.

Updated: April 2009