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Chevron Announces First Oil from Big Foot Project in the Deepwater Gulf of Mexico

Chevron Corporation (NYSE:CVX) today announced thatthe Chevron-operated Big Foot deepwater project, located in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, has started crude oil and natural gas production.

Marcellus Shale: A Marcellus Leader

We are the first to receive voluntary certification from the Center for Sustainable Shale Development (CSSD).

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.

Underneath the Great Gorgon

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

Oil – providing energy for progress

Oil has powered the world in the form of transportation fuels for more than a century, and demand is expected to grow over the long term.

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 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.

Seismic Technology: Key to Finding Oil and Natural Gas

Chevron employee Julia Baggs explains how we use seismic technology to search for oil and natural gas beneath the surface of the earth.

Chevron's Tengiz Oil Field Expansion in Kazakhstan

The Tengiz Field in Kazakhstan is one of the largest, most complex crude oil fields in the world. Extraordinary lengths have been required to produce oil.

Deepwater Oil in the Gulf of Mexico

The Blind Faith Platform is the company's deepest offshore production facility, with subsea wells located in 7,000 feet (2,134 meters) of water.