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Chevron Corporation announced it has started producing liquefied natural gas (LNG) at the Wheatstone Project in Western Australia
Speaking at Gastech 2017, Vice Chairman and Executive Vice President Mike Wirth highlights an exciting future for LNG, especially for companies that take a long-term view.
Chevron Corporation today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Chevron U.S.A. Inc., has signed a Key Terms Agreement with Singapore Carbon Hydrogen Energy Pte. Ltd., a subsidiary of JOVO, for the delivery of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Chevron’s global supply portfolio.
Chevron supported, coordinated and managed an LNG Student Forum in conjunction with the LNG 18 exhibition as part of the company’s worldwide commitment to STEM education.
The first cargo of LNG from the Gorgon Project was delivered to foundation customer Chubu Electric on April 5.
Chevron Corporation today announced that its first shipment of liquefied natural gas from the Gorgon Project has departed Barrow Island off the northwest coast of Western Australia.
The use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and remotely operated aircraft holds great promise for Chevron as multipurpose tools for data collection and the protection of people and the environment.
The Wheatstone Project recently made Chevron history with the largest single, integrated topsides float-over installation the company has ever completed. The platform topsides were installed onto the awaiting steel-gravity structure located 140 miles (225 km) offshore the Ashburton North plant site.
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.
Meet a few of the Chevron Fellows and learn how their work is helping to meet the demand for energy now and in the future.
Natural gas is an important source of energy, but many gas reservoirs are located far from areas that need it. The challenge: How to transport natural gas across the ocean where there are no pipelines? The answer is technology. By liquefying natural gas, it can be shipped safely and efficiently around the world. This video describes how the process works.
The Gorgon Project on Australia's Barrow Island will produce liquefied natural gas (LNG) and domestic gas for Australia and the world.