highlights of operations

In Cambodia, Chevron offers fuel and automotive products to consumers through our subsidiary Chevron (Cambodia) Limited.

Chevron operates a network of Caltex® service stations, convenience stores and coffee shops.

In addition, we support the community through health, education and safety initiatives.


business portfolio

marketing and retail

Through its subsidiary, Chevron markets automotive fuels and products under the Caltex® brand at 53 service stations at present, 30 of which are in the capital city, Phnom Penh. Of the total number, 17 are company owned, and 36 are owned by retailers. We currently operate 17 Star Mart® convenience stores and 46 Coffee Plus® gourmet cafés.

Consumers can buy Caltex with Techron® gasoline at Caltex service stations. Techron® is an additive that works like a detergent to remove and prevent fuel deposits in engines. In 2009, we introduced Caltex Diesel with Techron D®. In 2016, we introduced the new and improved Caltex with Techron, which is specially formulated with the latest Clean & Glide technology – a friction-reducing additive.

Chevron also markets Delo® and Havoline® lubricants and other lubricating oils and greases through distributors to consumer, commercial and industrial customers.

We have a terminal in Preah Sihanouk Province.


in the community

In Cambodia, Chevron supports community engagement programs focused on health, education and road safety.

fighting AIDS and helping the sick

In 2010, Chevron worked with the Women Organization for Modern Economy and Nursing, a nongovernmental organization based in Phnom Penh. Our partnership has organized a charity event to provide food for orphans and children affected by HIV/AIDS.

Chevron and Cambodian HIV/AIDS Education and Care organized a charity event for People Living With HIV/AIDS and the Orphans and Vulnerable Children Project. The event provided necessities for 250 needy people from Kandal province.


Chevron sponsored daylong seminars to help high school graduates prepare for success after high school in 2009, 2010 and 2011. The event, organized by the nonprofit Help Our Homeland, was the first of its kind in Cambodia and the largest postsecondary seminar ever held in Phnom Penh. The two seminars attracted more than 4,400 young people from around the nation.

disaster response

When record-breaking floods struck Cambodia in 2011, Chevron responded quickly. We contributed food to villages in Prey Veng and Siem Reap provinces. Our employees helped distribute more than 21,000 pounds (9,500 kg) of rice, 480 cartons of instant noodles and 9,600 cans of sardines to families. Chevron also contributed funds to the Cambodian Red Cross and Save the Children.

Following a tragic bridge stampede in 2010, Chevron donated food to 130 victims being treated at Kosamak Hospital in Phnom Penh.


In 2014, Chevron organized the Caltex Beach Clean-up Campaign at Ochheuteal Beach of Sihanouk Ville city. Volunteers picked up trash along the shoreline and categorized it. Chevron also donated 10 trash cans to be placed in public areas along the beach.

In 2015, Chevron organized the Week of Caring campaign at Otracheakchet Primary School in the village of Otracheakchet, in Sihanouk Ville province. Chevron volunteers spruced up the classrooms and the school grounds. Chevron also donated helmets to teachers and educational materials to the school.

In December 2016, Chevron Cares volunteers helped clean the facilities at Prek Leap Primary School in Phnom Penh. Students were treated to a school trip to Kids City, a center with interactive science labs that make learning more fun. Chevron Cambodia also donated helmets to teachers and other useful school materials to students during the event.

road safety

Chevron supports programs that promote safe driving in Cambodia, with a focus on motorcycle safety. In partnership with Handicap International and the National Road Safety Committee, we distributed 260 helmets to students and teachers in 2010. The following year, we again partnered with Handicap International, distributing 220 helmets to teachers and students at Preak Leab High School.

We have worked with the Asia Injury Prevention Foundation to organize road safety awareness events for three high schools in high-risk traffic areas in Phnom Penh. Chevron donated 1,500 helmets and educated students on the importance of road safety. In 2013, two other Phnom Penh high schools were added to the program, and 900 more helmets were distributed to teachers and students.

In 2015, we partnered with the Asia Injury Prevention Foundation once again, this time to organize a Week of Caring. At two primary schools in Phnom Penh, fences were painted and murals were drawn that promote road safety awareness.


record of achievement

Beginning in 1924, representatives from Texaco marketed lubricants in what later became Cambodia. Chevron and Texaco merged in 2001.

Caltex Cambodia Limited was incorporated in 1995. In 2008, the name of the wholly owned retail and marketing subsidiary was changed to Chevron (Cambodia) Limited while it continued to do business under the Caltex® brand.

In 1996, we opened our first service station in Pochentong, Phnom Penh. Our first Star Mart® followed in 1997. Our terminal in Preah Sihanouk Province began operations in 1998. We launched our first Coffee Plus® outlet in 2005.

Caltex service stations in Cambodia offer customers our most advanced fuels. In 2000, we launched Vortex gasoline. We began to sell our auto fuels with the engine-cleaning Techron® additive in 2006. We introduced Caltex Diesel with Techron D® in 2009.



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