Chevron, Schlumberger and Microsoft announced the industry’s first three-party collaboration to accelerate creation of innovative petrotechnical and digital technologies
Since 1999, Chevron Technology Ventures (CTV) has pushed energy’s frontiers via business models and technology. We listed 20 things everyone should know about CTV.
Chevron Technology Ventures (CTV) pursues new business solutions and innovative technologies that have the potential to enhance the way Chevron produces and delivers affordable, reliable, ever-cleaner energy.
Since our founding in 1879, Chevron’s greatest asset—our people—have been focused on making energy more affordable, more reliable, and ever cleaner.
Chevron Technology Ventures LLC (CTV) today launched Fund VII, a new $90 million fund established to sustain Chevron’s continued venture capital investment across the energy industry. Investments from this newest fund are expected to target early- to mid-stage companies as well as limited partnership funds.
Chevron Technology Ventures LLC (CTV) announced the launch of its latest initiative focused on cultivating the oil and gas industry’s innovation ecosystem and leveraging external technology to add value across Chevron operations.
Chevron Technology Ventures, LLC (CTV) today built upon its nearly two decades of venture investing with the launch of its Future Energy Fund. With an initial commitment of $100 million, the new venture capital fund was established to invest in breakthrough technologies that enable the ongoing energy transition to a greater diversity of sources.
Chevron Technology Ventures announces the launch of its Catalyst ProgramTM, an initiative to promote technology innovation in the Houston, Texas, area and beyond.
Fund is company’s fifth venture capital fund launched since 1999.
COALINGA, Calif., October 3, 2011 – Chevron Technology Ventures, a division of Chevron U.S.A. Inc. that identifies, evaluates and demonstrates emerging technologies, today launched a unique demonstration project to test the viability of using solar energy to produce oil.
Governor Bill Richardson joined Chevron and the Village of Questa, New Mexico to break ground today on what will be one of the largest concentrating photovoltaic solar installations in the U.S.