The use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and remotely operated aircraft holds great promise for Chevron as multipurpose tools for data collection and the protection of people and the environment.
Solar energy is power from the sun's rays that reach Earth, Chevron is exploring photovoltaic technologies to support the company's operations.
As the 2015 INFORMS Prize winner, Chevron is recognized for applying advanced analytics and operations research to drive decision making that differentiates performance and creates business value.
Meet a few of the Chevron Fellows and learn how their work is helping to meet the demand for energy now and in the future.
See how steamflooding technology California's Kern River Field shows promising potential to enhance recovery from crude oil fields around the world.
Chevron's Heavy Oil University provides hands-on experience with steamflood technology, to engineers and geologists from around the world.
Chevron's largest California oil field does more than add economic stability - steamflooding technology conditions and distributes water to local farmers.
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.
Chevron partnered with the East Bay Municipal Utility District to use wastewater for processing, freeing up freshwater supplies for the community.
Chevron is the world's largest producer of geothermal energy, a renewable energy resource that captures the natural power of steam from the earth to generate electricity while producing almost no greenhouse emissions. Chevron's geothermal plants in Indonesia and the Philippines produce enough alternative energy to power millions of homes. This video describes how Chevron produces geothermal energy.
At a test facility in California, Chevron is applying renewable energy expertise to evaluate the best solar energy technology available.