Chevron has agreed to pay a $284,000 fine and help buy four clean-running school buses after inspectors found pollution law violations at a Salt Lake City refinery. More »
Chevron U.S.A. is planning to build a new downtown skyscraper for its growing Houston workforce. The energy giant said this morning it will build a 50-story tower with 1.7 million square feet at 1600 Louisiana St. at Pease. The building will add to Chevron’s existing downtown footprint, which includes 1500 Louisiana and 1400 Smith, the [...] More »
The lawyers who sued Chevron in Ecuador, winning that eye-popping judgment, have come under non-stop attack from the oil company. That aggressive strategy has worked wonders, putting Chevron’s opponents on the defensive and convincing many people that the Ecuador suit is a sham. More »
In another sign of the growing importance of the West Texas oilfields to Chevron U.S.A., the company announced a joint development agreement with Cimarex Energy Co. for Delaware Basin acreage in Culberson County. More »
After Chevron’s annual meeting, CEO John Watson took a few minutes to talk with reporters, with topics ranging from the Monterey Shale to climate change. A few highlights: More »
Petroleos de Venezuela SA, the country’s state-owned oil producer, signed a $2 billion financing agreement with San Ramon, California-based Chevron Corp. (CVX) to increase output at their Petroboscan oil joint venture.
Tesoro cited a March diesel fuel spill involving the system.
Chevron Corp. is entitled to unspecified damages against the federal government in a contract dispute over oil deposits in California worth $37 billion, the U.S. Court of Claims ruled.
An attempt by Ecuadorian villagers to have a Canadian court enforce a $19 billion judgment against multinational oil giant Chevron Corp has been dismissed by the Ontario Superior Court. More »
Chevron has resumed operations in a unit at its Bay Area refinery that was shut down after a massive fire last year. More »