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Wild Files: Whale Shark Rescue Offshore Thailand

Chevron Thailand Erawan-A platform workers rescued an endangered whale shark with a rope around its tail on October 19, 2019. Our goal is to conserve biodiversity.

Wild Files: Olive Ridley Sea Turtles of Batangas Bay

Chevron has provided protection and monitoring to olive ridley sea turtle nests in Batangas Bay, which is near a fuel terminal where Chevron operates.

Wild Files: Black-Chested Buzzard Eagles of South America

Chevron has teamed up with a local Argentinian wildlife biologist to help preserve the nesting habitats of the Black Chested Buzzard Eagle of South America.

Wild Files: Whooping Cranes of Louisiana

Six decades after the last whooping crane was seen in Louisiana, the state’s Department of Wildlife & Fisheries (LDWF) began a program to reintroduce this endangered species and generate a self-sustaining population in the wild.

Wild Files: Protecting Marine Life at Maratua

To protect Maratua’s marine biodiversity and diving ecotourism, Chevron has teamed up with the KEHATI Foundation and local government agencies to form (MESSI).

Wild Files: Marine Debris Removal In The Caspian Sea

Tengizchevroil (TCO) is working diligently to remove marine debris in the northeastern region of the Caspian Sea, recycling materials where possible and protecting the biodiversity of endangered sturgeons and seals.

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.