Chevron invests in soybean-to-renewable fuel venture

Chevron intends to use soybean oil as feedstock to produce biodiesel and jet fuel

Chevron and Microsoft join forces for bioenergy and CCS plant in California

The plant will convert agricultural waste biomass, such as almond trees, into a renewable synthesis gas

Chevron to fund carbon capture tech startup in bid to lower emissions in its operations

The investment will support Blue Planet’s technology that captures carbon dioxide and uses it in the production of building materials

Consortium of oil giants sets collective average carbon intensity target for 2025

The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative with member including BP, Chevron, Eni, Equinor, Exxon, Repsol, Shell and Total aim to reduce CO2 to a level between 36 and 52 million tonnes every year

Chevron announces measures to protect against coronavirus

Reductions are expected to occur across portfolios as the company gears up for the fight against covid-19

Svante and Chevron Technology Ventures launch carbon capture study

Svante will work to evaluate the feasibility and design of a 10,000 tonne-per-year carbon capture unit, which would ultimately be installed in one of Chevron’s California facilities

Solar and wind power
Corporate clean energy buying jumped 40% last year

More than 100 corporations in 23 different countries signed PPAs for renewable energy in 2019, with tech giants taking the lead

Hydrogen Council: Chevron, Siemens and Saudi Aramco among new members

The CEO-led organisation is a global initiative of leading energy, transport and industry companies with a vision and long term goal for hydrogen to foster the energy transition

Chevron sells North Sea business to Ithaca Energy for $2bn

The latter company’s portfolio is forecast to deliver around 80,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day

EU greenlights Total’s buyout of Chevron’s Danish North Sea business

The Commission’s investigation found the proposed acquisition would not raise competition concerns