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Chevron Names Michael K. Wirth Vice Chairman in 2017

Chevron Corporation said today that Michael K. Wirth, executive vice president of Midstream and Development, has been named vice chairman.

Day in the Life: Nondestructive Examination Expert

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

Court Rejects Fraudulent Ecuadorian Judgment

A Canadian court has ruled that the fraudulent Ecuadorian judgment against Chevron Corporation cannot be enforced against Chevron Canada Limited, an indirect subsidiary.

The Gorgon's Innovative Subsea Gathering System

The Gorgon Project’s subsea gas gathering system is the largest ever installed in Australia and features state-of-the-art infrastructure.

Life After Mining: Helping Questa Find a New Future

The Village of Questa, New Mexico, was linked to Chevron’s molybdenum mine until its closure in 2014; the company is now helping to guide this remote community toward a new future.

Chevron Announces Sale of Geothermal Operations

Chevron Corporation announced that its wholly-owned subsidiaries have entered into a sales and purchase agreement with Star Energy Consortium to sell Chevron’s Indonesian and Philippines Geothermal assets.

Donating To Relief Efforts For Oakland Fire

Chevron announced that the Chevron Global Community Fund will donate $50,000 to the American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter in support of their relief efforts associated with the tragic Oakland warehouse fire.

Making an Impact in the Regions of the Niger Delta

the niger delta partnership Initiative has brought significant international attention and resources to support sustainable development initiatives in the niger delta region

Dr. Moyo and Dr. Austin Elected to Chevron’s BOD

Chevron Corporation (NYSE: CVX) announced that Dr. Dambisa Moyo and Dr. Wanda Austin have been elected to Chevron's board of directors.

Appeals Court Affirms RICO Judgment Against Lawyer

The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has unanimously affirmed a lower court decision, which found that the $9.5 billion judgment against Chevron Corporation in Ecuador was the product of fraud and racketeering activity, and unenforceable in the United States.