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I am … an environmental advisor

This episode of our “Day in the Life” series focuses on Nobel Prize winner Arthur Lee, Chevron Fellow and senior advisor, Health, Environment and Safety.

I am ... a cyber threat intelligence analyst

Jessica Lee, a cyber threat intelligence analyst, works to protect the information and technology assets in every single country where Chevron does business.

I am ... a Drill Site Manager

Kelsey Prestidge, a drill site manager, oversees personnel on location, logistics and safety for Chevron’s midcontinent business unit.

I am ... a Research Engineer

Yuguang Chen, a research engineer, models fundamental recovery mechanisms and develops simulation modeling and capabilities to provide recovery forecasting to Chevron business units.

I am ... a Console Supervisor

Will Bentley, a console supervisor for Chevron, manages controllers who remotely monitor and operate thousands of miles of pipeline across the U.S.

I am ... a Power Solutions Engineer

Roger Cooper, a power solutions engineer, maintains engines that are providing power for Chevron’s operations around the world to produce oil and natural gas.

I am...a Refinery Shift Leader

Bill Laster, a refinery shift leader, ensures the El Segundo Refinery operates efficiently, day in and day out, incident and injury free. 

Behind The Scenes at Bangka

The Bangka Project represents Chevron’s commitment to bring global capabilities and advanced technology to Indonesia.

I am...a Process Control Engineer

Kaylin Buscovich, a process control engineer, takes us through her day of helping maintain and operate Chevron facilities.

I Am...an Energy Trader

Nicole Oakes, a crude supply and trading manager for Chevron’s Latin America team, shows us what life is like on the trading room floor.

I am ... a Nondestructive Examination Expert

Mauricio Calva, a nondestructive examination expert for Chevron Energy Technology Company, shows us how inspection technology is changing real-life scenarios.

New technologies for deepwater drilling

Chevron is leading the development of new technologies to tap the oil that lies deep beneath the ocean floor. Navigating uncertain weather conditions, freezing water and crushing pressure, deepwater drilling is one of the most technologically challenging ways of finding and extracting oil.

Chevron 2013 Year in Review

Guided by our corporate vision and values, Chevron achieved strong financial and operational performance in 2013.

Using Steamflooding to Produce More Oil

See how steamflooding technology California's Kern River Field shows promising potential to enhance recovery from crude oil fields around the world.

Sharing Heavy Oil Technology

Chevron's Heavy Oil University provides hands-on experience with steamflood technology, to engineers and geologists from around the world.

Committed to Process Safety

Chevron is dedicated to ensuring the safety of facilities, from design to operation and training, By looking at drilling rig design as a whole.

Wheatstone: Chevron Creates Jobs in Australia

Chevron’s Wheatstone natural gas project in Australia is expected to produce as many as 6,500 jobs. See how a local vehicle rental company has benefited.