This episode of our “Day in the Life” series focuses on Nobel Prize winner Arthur Lee, Chevron Fellow and senior advisor, Health, Environment and Safety.
Learn more about our award winning quarantine management system at Barrow Island.
Learn how Chevron proactively takes steps to continue to make protecting the water, land and air of the Marcellus community top priority.
Chevron Environmental Management Company (EMC) is Chevron’s leader in global environmental management, remediation, reclamation and asset retirement.
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.
Drones descended on the San Francisco Bay around our Richmond Refinery in October as part of an oil spill response exercise led by Chevron.
This infographic describes how Chevron has continued to respect and protect the environment on Australia’s Barrow Island as part of the Gorgon Project.
Chevron’s Barrow Island Quarantine Management System serves as a model for environmental stewardship.
Through significant investments and safe work practices, Tengizchevroil is continually improving environmental performance and protection.
Conservation biologists at the Ivanpah Desert Tortoise Research Facility research strategies to preserve the Mojave Desert’s tortoise population.
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.
SAN RAMON, Calif., September 25, 2011 - Chevron Corporation (NYSE: CVX) today announced that its Australian subsidiary will proceed with the construction of its Wheatstone Project in Western Australia.
Chevron Corporation (NYSE: CVX) today welcomed Australian Commonwealth Government approval by the Federal Environment Minister, the Hon. Tony Burke, MP, for its Wheatstone Project in Western Australia.
Chevron’s Wheatstone Project recently received environmental approval from the Western Australia state government.
Chevron volunteers at the Lindsay Wildlife Museum created a drought-tolerant garden outside the environmental education center's wildlife hospital.
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.
Chevron is the world's largest producer of geothermal energy, a renewable energy resource that captures the natural power of steam from the earth to generate electricity while producing almost no greenhouse emissions. Chevron's geothermal plants in Indonesia and the Philippines produce enough alternative energy to power millions of homes. This video describes how Chevron produces geothermal energy.
Chevron has partnered with the World Wide Fund for Nature - Indonesia to help achieve a sustainable balance between the elephants and our colleagues at Duri Field.