Chevron Corp. CEO John Watson said the energy industry needs to do more to increase the diversity of its workforce and urged improved efforts to promote science and math education among minority students. More »
Chevron and other oil companies develop social responsibility plans as a way to integrate into countries where they work. But critics say the approach skirts deeper problems in developing nations. More »
The ruling left Steven Donziger with a slimmer chance of securing compensation for rain-forest dwellers in Ecuador’s Lago Agrio area. More »
While tight oil plays in the U.S. are booming, reproducing that success abroad could be challenging for American companies, energy executives and analysts said Tuesday. More »
Rising labor costs are challenging oil companies, even amid an era of oil prices around $100 a barrel, Chevron’s CEO said Tuesday. More »
The well caught fire Feb. 11. More »
Chevron offered coupons for pizza and soda to residents of a Pennsylvania community in the aftermath of a well explosion last week, the Philadelphia Daily News reports. More »
The U.S. Chemical Safety Board rejected a proposed overhaul of California’s refinery safety practices – recently touted by its chairman after the 2012 Chevron refinery fire in Richmond, Calif., – saying the overly ambitious plan would do little to immediately improve safety and needs further study. More »
The blaze sent thousands of people to hospitals seeking medical attention.
A lawsuit by a group of Ecuadoreans to seize Chevron Corp.’s Canadian assets can proceed in the country, a Canadian court ruled Tuesday. More »
Chevron plans to pull back the reins on its aggressive capital spending in the coming year, reducing its budget by $2 billion from its expected investments this year.
Thousands of people have rallied across Romania in recent months to protest against government support for shale gas exploration. More »