Chevron success is driven by their people and their commitment to get results the right way – by operating responsibly, executing with excellence, applying innovative technologies and capturing new opportunities for profitable growth. they are one of the producing petroleum products in the world.
diversity and inclusion
Diversity and inclusion are cornerstones of their corporate values, which they call The Chevron Way. As core values, diversity and inclusion are critical to developing the talented, high-performing workforce needed for ongoing business success. The Chevron Way’s focus on people has helped establish a culture that attracts, develops and retains more diverse talent. The Chevron Way states: “We learn from and respect the cultures in which we operate. Chevron have an inclusive work environment that values the uniqueness and diversity of individual talents, experiences and ideas.”
careers at chevron
Chevron only accepts job applications through their Careers website. The site features information about careers at Chevron and current job openings.
If you have created a Career profile with Chevron company and had a problem submitting your application to the Careers website, please contact them.
students & recent graduates
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service station employment
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The third edition of the Oil and gas industry guidance on voluntary sustainability reporting, published in 2015, was jointly produced by IPIECA, the global oil and gas industry association for environmental and social issues, the American Petroleum Institute (API), and the International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (IOGP). The guidance represents industry consensus on the most prevalent issues and indicators for the oil and gas sector, and Chevron played a role in its development.
The guidance includes indicators and reporting elements to help companies report on priority issues. Chevron currently reports on all 34 indicators. In the table below, we signal how we believe our reporting meets the intent of the common reporting elements in the indicator descriptions, and we provide relevant links to our reporting on each indicator. check the table here
History of chevron company
One of Chevron’s early predecessors, Star Oil, discovered oil at the Pico Canyon Oilfield in the Santa Susana Mountains north of Los Angeles in 1876. The 25 barrels of oil per day well marked the discovery of the Newhall Field, and is considered by geophysicist Marius Vassiliou as the beginning of the modern oil industry in California. Energy analyst Antonia Juhasz has said that while Star Oil’s founders were influential in establishing an oil industry in California, Union Mattole Company discovered oil in the state eleven years prior.
In September 1879, Charles N. Felton, Lloyd Tevis, George Loomis and others created the Pacific Coast Oil Company, which acquired the assets of Star Oil with $1 million in funding. Pacific Coast Oil became the largest oil interest in California, by time it was acquired by Standard Oil for $761,000 in 1900. Pacific Coast operated independently and retained its name until 1906, when it was merged with a Standard Oil subsidiary and it became Standard Oil Company (California) or California Standard. click here for more