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Wild Files: Marine Mammals of Morocco

Learn about Chevron’s efforts to minimize the impact of seismic operations on marine mammals and reptiles, including dolphins, whales, and turtles, in Morocco.

Wild Files: Beekeeping in Kurdistan

Learn how Chevron supported an effort to rebuild the bee population in the Kurdistan Region while bolstering their economy by distributing beekeeping supplies and apiculture training to local villagers.

Wild Files: Protecting the Mojave Desert Tortoise

Learn how Chevron teamed up with the National Park Service to help protect the desert tortoise, one of the Mojave Desert’s endangered species.

Wild Files: Great Horned Owls

In 2012, Chevron workers in Pascagoula discovered two baby Great Horned Owls in an old elevator shaft scheduled to be demolished. The demolition was delayed five weeks to save the owlets.

Keeping an Eye on the Mount Halimun Salak Forest

A Chevron research project is revealing new information about the kinds and numbers of wildlife in Mount Halimun Salak National Park in West Java. The project, named Eye on the Forest, was conducted in partnership with Conservation International Indonesia (CII) during a six-month period in 2014. The project’s goal was to monitor jungle’s wildlife in order to maintain a harmonious balance with human activities.

Chevron Preserving Nature in Lagos, Nigeria

The Lekki Conservation Center in Lagos, Nigeria helps protect nature wherever Chevron operates. It is the only facility of its kind in the Lekki Peninsula.

responsibly developing natural gas in the piceance basin

Chevron's operations in Colorado's Piceance Basin are taking careful measures to ensure that we remain a proactive steward of the environment and a good corporate citizen.

The Gorgon Project: Investing in the Future

The Gorgon Project on Australia's Barrow Island will produce liquefied natural gas (LNG) and domestic gas for Australia and the world.

Chevron Protects Barrow Island's Biodiversity

Since 1964, biodiversity programs have helped prevent the introduction of invasive mammal species and the spread of weeds on this Class A nature reserve.