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 »
Chevron is using portable, million-gallon water tanks that reduce its environmental footprint at hydraulic fracturing sites in Pennsylvania. More »
Chevron claims in a racketeering case that the plaintiffs in the environmental case won the ruling through bribery and fraud. More »
The Ukrainian government signed a production-sharing agreement with Chevron for extraction of shale gas in the Oleske field, Energy Minister Eduard Stavytskyi said today at a press conference in Kiev. More »