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.
Natural Gas demand is growing
Natural gas now accounts for about 22 percent of the world's energy consumption. And the demand is growing.
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.
Chevron's leadership position premium base oils
chevron's base oil plant at the pascagoula refinery in Mississippi helps position Chevron as a leader in premium base oils.
Geothermal energy is created by the heat of the earth. It generates reliable power and emits almost no greenhouse gases.
Learn about Liquefied Natural Gas
The world has enormous quantities of natural gas , while converting natural gas to and from LNG, we employ stringent safety and security measures.
Oil Sands technology
Oil sands contain a mixture of sand, water, clay and bitumen, and extra-heavy oil that is too thick to be pumped without first being diluted or heated.
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 2013 Year in Review
Guided by our corporate vision and values, Chevron achieved strong financial and operational performance in 2013.
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.
Steamflooding: Beyond Oil, Distributes Water to Farmers
Chevron's largest California oil field does more than add economic stability - steamflooding technology conditions and distributes water to local farmers.
Chevron’s Brazil Unit Says Regulator ANP Shut in One Production Well
SAN RAMON, Calif., December 1, 2011 – Chevron Brasil Upstream Frade Ltda announced today it has been ordered by Brazil’s National Petroleum Agency (ANP) to shut in one of its 11 production wells and four produced water injection wells at its off-shore Frade joint-venture fFloating pProduction-sStorage and oOffloading (FPSO) facility.
Chevron Now Cementing Deepwater Well in Brazil; Confirms that No Oil has Flowed from Wellhead
Chevron Corporation (NYSE: CVX) today confirms that cementing operations are taking place as part of its well plugging activities on an appraisal well located in the vicinity of the Frade field offshore Brazil.
Chevron Reiterates Statement Regarding Oil Seep at Project in Brazil
Chevron Corporation (NYSE: CVX) today reiterated that its efforts to respond to oil seeps and a subsequent sheen in the vicinity of its Chevron- operated Frade project have been successful.
Chevron's Richmond Refinery Repurposes Wastewater
Chevron partnered with the East Bay Municipal Utility District to use wastewater for processing, freeing up freshwater supplies for the community.
Protecting Marine Life in Angola
The Tombua-Landana deepwater project off the shore of Angola comprises a 1,554 feet (474 meter) tower — one of the world's tallest manmade structures.
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.