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I am … an environmental advisor

This episode of our “Day in the Life” series focuses on Nobel Prize winner Arthur Lee, Chevron Fellow and senior advisor, Health, Environment and Safety.

Chevron Partners with Microsoft to Fuel Digital Transformation

Chevron announced a partnership with Microsoft Corp. establishing the company as Chevron’s primary cloud provider, accelerating the application of advanced technologies to drive performance and improve efficiencies.

Chevron Technology Ventures Announces Catalyst Program

Chevron Technology Ventures announces the launch of its Catalyst ProgramTM, an initiative to promote technology innovation in the Houston, Texas, area and beyond.

Behind The Scenes at Bangka

The Bangka Project represents Chevron’s commitment to bring global capabilities and advanced technology to Indonesia.

Deploying Drones for Emergency Response

Drones descended on the San Francisco Bay around our Richmond Refinery in October as part of an oil spill response exercise led by Chevron.

I am ... a Nondestructive Examination Expert

Mauricio Calva, a nondestructive examination expert for Chevron Energy Technology Company, shows us how inspection technology is changing real-life scenarios.

New twist on existing technology at Jack/St. Malo

Information technology teams from around the world put their stamp on the Jack/St. Malo project, providing the technical support that helped the major capital project achieve first oil.

Safely storing CO2 minimizes GHG emissions

The Gorgon liquefied natural gas project includes one of the largest carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and storage programs in the world.

rock whispering to the sweet spot

Over the last several years, Chevron's Energy Technology Company (ETC) has been researching tools to help identify core productive areas earlier to reduce drilling costs and cycle time, and improve well performance. This year, ETC found a solution.

New technologies for deepwater drilling

Chevron is leading the development of new technologies to tap the oil that lies deep beneath the ocean floor. Navigating uncertain weather conditions, freezing water and crushing pressure, deepwater drilling is one of the most technologically challenging ways of finding and extracting oil.

Big Wins for IT at Jack/St. Malo

Information technology teams from around the world put their stamp on the Jack/St. Malo project, providing the technical support that helped the major capital project achieve first oil.

Gas-to-liquids technology

Gas-to-liquids (GTL) is a technology that enables the production of clean-burning diesel fuel, liquid petroleum gas and naphtha from natural gas.

Oil Sands technology

Oil sands contain a mixture of sand, water, clay and bitumen, and extra-heavy oil that is too thick to be pumped without first being diluted or heated.

Chevron solar explorations

Solar energy is power from the sun's rays that reach Earth, Chevron is exploring photovoltaic technologies to support the company's operations.

$30 Million Thailand Partnership Initiative

Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production, Ltd., announces a $30 million commitment to create the Thailand Partnership Initiative, a five-year program to strengthen Thailand’s competiveness and innovation by improving science, technology, engineering and mathematics education and vocational education across the country.

Chevron, GE Form Technology Alliance

Chevron Energy Technology Company and GE Oil & Gas announced the creation of the Chevron GE Technology Alliance, which will develop and commercialize valuable technologies for the oil and gas industry.

Using Steamflooding to Produce More Oil

See how steamflooding technology California's Kern River Field shows promising potential to enhance recovery from crude oil fields around the world.

Sharing Heavy Oil Technology

Chevron's Heavy Oil University provides hands-on experience with steamflood technology, to engineers and geologists from around the world.

Steamflooding: Beyond Oil, Distributes Water to Farmers

Chevron's largest California oil field does more than add economic stability - steamflooding technology conditions and distributes water to local farmers.

Repurposing a Mine: Producing Solar Power

Chevron repurposed a former mining site in Questa, New Mexico, into a solar field generating enough electricity to meet 80% of the community’s needs.