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Marcellus: Managing Resources

Chevron carefully manages water, land and transportation for the Marcellus Shale project - including working to reuse 100% of fluids and water produced.

Marcellus: Industry Collaboration

In the Marcellus region, we have participated in several efforts to establish recommended practices and standards for the Appalachian region.

Marcellus: Supporting Communities

Development of the Marcellus Shale is bringing jobs and economic growth to communities in Southwestern Pennsylvania.

Delivering energy for 120 years

In December 2015, Chevron Shipping Co. celebrates the 120th anniversary of its founding, which is traced to 1895 when Pacific Coast Oil Company launched its first ship, the S.S. George Loomis. Technologically advanced in its day, the George Loomis was the first steel construction oil tanker to operate on the West Coast of the United States.

New twist on existing technology at Jack/St. Malo

Information technology teams from around the world put their stamp on the Jack/St. Malo project, providing the technical support that helped the major capital project achieve first oil.

Safely storing CO2 minimizes GHG emissions

The Gorgon liquefied natural gas project includes one of the largest carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and storage programs in the world.

Taking the long view on LNG

Speaking at the Gastech Conference in Singapore, Executive Vice President of Gas and Midstream Pierre Breber stresses the importance of keeping a long-term perspective around investing in LNG projects.

Achieving an HIV-free Generation in Nigeria

Chevron partnered with Pact in the state of Bayelsa, Nigeria, to establish a community-based and government-supported statewide outreach program for the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT).

Chevron completes subsea engineering feat in Africa

The Congo River Canyon Crossing pipeline project achieved a major milestone when it crossed under one of the world’s largest submarine canyons.

tapping the unreachable at jack/st. malo

Technology is not only one of Chevron's major business strategies, but a key driver in tapping oil and gas in reservoirs once thought unreachable. And in the darkness of the deep water in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, the Jack/St. Malo project is a shining example of Chevron’s technological performance, innovation and leadership.

rock whispering to the sweet spot

Over the last several years, Chevron's Energy Technology Company (ETC) has been researching tools to help identify core productive areas earlier to reduce drilling costs and cycle time, and improve well performance. This year, ETC found a solution.

creating a safe world for children in Korea

Chevron’s first social investment project in Korea is supporting the country’s focus on safety by collaborating with the Community Chest of Korea and Nationwide Health Care Center to protect children in child care centers and provide support for safety education.

chevron’s health partnership in Morocco makes progress

Chevron, along with the Baylor College of Medicine International Pediatric AIDS Initiative (BIPAI) at Texas Children's Hospital (TCH), launched a joint health care training initiative in 2015 as part of the Morocco Capacity Advancement Partnership (M-CAP).

chevron recognized for global health leadership

Chevron was recognized by Pangaea Global AIDS Foundation for the company’s AIDS Leadership in the Workplace and in Supporting Healthy Communities.

Shale technology solutions

Chevron has established a technology unit focused exclusively on solving the technical challenges of shale and tight rock formations.

gearing up for hurricane season

Chevron’s Gulf of Mexico operations are well-prepared for tropical weather that may affect remote, deepwater fields like Jack/St. Malo.

Big Wins for IT at Jack/St. Malo

Information technology teams from around the world put their stamp on the Jack/St. Malo project, providing the technical support that helped the major capital project achieve first oil.

unmanned flights promise enhanced data collection

The use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and remotely operated aircraft holds great promise for Chevron as multipurpose tools for data collection and the protection of people and the environment.

chevron, small business find value in each other

Today’s Business Solutions, a Houston-based small minority business, won the contract to provide office supplies for Chevron’s U.S. operations—validating our focus on cost savings, reliability and value creation.

leading the way with LNG

Through an industry-leading queue of major capital projects, a strong focus on operational excellence and a commitment to helping local economies thrive, Chevron is positioned to be a leader in bringing reliable liquefied natural gas to the market.

partners in the wild: gorillas return to the houston zoo

With Chevron’s help, the new Gorilla habitat will educate the community about threats faced by all gorillas and about the Houston Zoo partnerships that focus on saving these animals in the wild.

Gas-to-liquids technology

Gas-to-liquids (GTL) is a technology that enables the production of clean-burning diesel fuel, liquid petroleum gas and naphtha from natural gas.

Reservoir management: geology, geophysics and petroleum engineering

Reservoir management uses elements of geology, geophysics and petroleum engineering to predict and manage the recovery of oil and natural gas from rock formations beneath the earth.

Chevron solar explorations

Solar energy is power from the sun's rays that reach Earth, Chevron is exploring photovoltaic technologies to support the company's operations.

chevron tops in using data to drive decisions

As the 2015 INFORMS Prize winner, Chevron is recognized for applying advanced analytics and operations research to drive decision making that differentiates performance and creates business value.

Partnering with the Fab Foundation

Chevron supports the Fab Foundation, which provides students with access to tools and technology in order to educate, innovate and invent.