Chevron Corporation at a Glance

Uppers

  • Plenty of room for advancement.
  • Prestigious: Chevron looks good on a resume.

Downers

  • Getting lost in the crowd of fellow workers.
  • Some managers expect employees to work long workdays.

The Bottom Line

  • Chevron offers plenty of opportunities for job seekers interested in a wide variety of careers.

About Chevron Corporation

Chevron has earned its stripes as the #2 integrated oil company in the US, behind Exxon Mobil. Its global operations explore for and produce oil and oil equivalents, refines them into various fuels and other end products, and sells them through gas stations, airport fuel depots, and industrial channels. Chevron boasts more than 11 billion barrels of proved reserves, produces about 2.5 million barrels of oil per day, and has refining capacity for nearly 1.7 million barrels per day. The company sells refined products branded under the Chevron, Texaco, and Caltex names through nearly 8,000 gas stations in the US and 6,000 outside the US.

Operations

Chevron’s operations are grouped into two business segments: Downstream and Upstream.

Downstream operations (about 75% revenues) include the refining of crude oil into petroleum products; marketing oil and refined products; transporting products by pipeline, ship, truck and rail; the making and marketing of commodity petrochemicals, plastics for industrial uses, and fuel and lubricant additives. Also reporting results as part of Downstream are transportation services (pipelines, LNG ships, etc.) and Chevon’s 50% partnership in Chevron Phillips Chemical, which produces polymers, aromatics, specialty chemicals, and plastics.

The Upstream segment (25% of revenue) explores for, develops, and produces crude oil and natural gas. It liquifies, transports, and regasifies liquified natural gas (LNG), transports crude oil by major international pipelines, and operates a gas-to-liquids plant. It also processes, transports, stores, and markets natural gas. The segment operates more than 50,000 productive oil and gas wells (net) worldwide. About 70% of its production volume comes from some 20 countries outside the US.

Total gross productive oil wells exceed 65,000 (about 47,000 net) and productive gas wells number some 13,000 (about 6,000 net).

Chevron’s workforce declined about 15% since 2014, due largely to the significant downturn in the global oil market.

Geographic Reach

San Ramon, CA-headquartered Chevron has substantial Upstream operations in the Americas and Asia and a lesser presence in Africa, Europe, and Australia. The Upstream portfolio contains hundreds of assets, including LNG assets in Australia, legacy crude oil assets in Kazakhstan, unconventional assets (shale, oil sands) in the United States, Canada and Argentina, and deep-water assets in Nigeria, Angola and the U.S. Gulf of Mexico. Upstream sees about two-thirds of its revenue come from non-US sources.

The Downstream segment operates four refineries in the US, one each in Thailand, South Africa, and Canada, and has interests in another three affiliated (non-owned) facilities. It sells product through nearly 14,000 gas stations and 100 airports worldwide. Chevon’s chemical operations own or have joint-ventures in 32 manufacturing plants and two R&D centers worldwide, including new or in-construction facilities in Singapore and China. Downstream revenue orignates slightly more from non-US than US sources.

Sales and Marketing

Chevron’s customers include organizations such as heavy industry firms, utility companies, airlines, and car-driving consumers. The company sells crude oil, natural gas, and natural gas liquids from its producing operations under a variety of contractual arrangements. In addition, Chevron also makes third-party purchases and sales of crude oil, natural gas, and natural gas liquids in connection with its trading activities. The company markets an extensive line of lubricant and coolant products under product names such as Havoline, Delo, and Ursa in the US and Chevron, Texaco, and Caltex brands worldwide.

Financial Performance

Chevron sales have been on the decline in recent years. Sales peaked in 2011 ($253 billion) before sliding, and then taking a further jolt starting in 2014, when global oil prices plummeted. Net income over the same period followed a similar pattern, with a downward trend since 2011 and large drops in 2015 and 2016.

The firm’s 2016 revenue fell 17% to $114 billion, a result of lower refined product and crude oil prices, partially offset by higher crude oil volumes.

In 2016, Chevon’s earnings showed a net loss ($497 million) for the first time in more than a decade, significantly lower than 2015’s positive result of $4.6 billion. The negative earnings arose from a $2.6 billion loss in Upstream operations, which experienced lower sales prices and lower production, partially offset by asset sales and lower exploration & operation expenses. Though the Downstream segment saw a decline in earnings from 2015, it still contributed $3.4 billion of positive income in 2016. General corporate (Other) operations had a $1.4 billion loss due to higher charges and expenses. The net loss was softened by a $1.7 billion income tax benefit.

Chevon is seeking balanced cash flow, year-over-year, as its coffers have dwindled since 2012. In 2016, the change in its cash holdings dropped by $4 billion dollars, bringing the total on-hand to just less than $7 billion (as compared to 2015’s $11 billion and 2012’s $21 billion). Cash provided by operating activities was $12.8 billion in 2016, while investing activities used $16.8 billion and financing activities broke even.

Strategy

An overarching goal for Chevon is to ensure its spending is in line with its revenue and income, and to that end it is scrutinizing its capital spending and operating expenses, while completing asset sales. Segment-specific strategies are also underway. Upstream is adding to its exploration portfolio, tending to its core operations, developing its oil & gas shale plays, and scrutinizing major capital projects. Downstream objectives include refinery improvements, building distribution channels for its lubricants products, and expanding its additives business into key growth markets.

Chevon’s cost-savings measures reduced operating expenses by nearly 10% and achieved a 34% drop in capital spending, from $33 billion in 2015 to $22.4 billion in 2016. It also sold facilities in New Zealand and Hawaii, obtaining proceeds of $2.8 billion. In 2017 Chevron sold its Indonesian geothermal business, and has reported agreements to sell its major gas fields in Bangladesh and geothermal assets in Philippines.

In 2016, the Upstream segment achieved an exploration drilling success rate of 79% with 15 new discoveries, adding 1.4 billion barrels of potentially recoverable oil-equivalent resources. The firm added deep-water drilling leases to its Gulf of Mexico operations, made a crude oil discovery at its Owowo off-shore prospect in Nigeria, and acquired a license interest in the Barents Sea. Shale plays saw process improvement benefits in the form of simultaneous drilling from a single multi-well pad. In 2017, investments are directed at Angola and Australia, as well as production starts at fields in Canada and Nigeria. Of note is the Australian Gorgon and Wheatstone LNG facilities, for which Chevon has partial ownership interests and whose design capacities are sizably larger than other projects, producing 2.6 billion and 1.6 billion cubic feet per day, respectively.

The Downstream segment in 2016 achieved its highest refinery utilization in more than 10 years. It developed new technology to retrofit its Salt Lake, UT refinery (technology it will license to other companies) and continued development on its $6 billion joint-venture US Gulf Coast Petrochemicals Project. Chevron moved forward its construction of a new carboxylate plant in Singapore and when finished (in late 2017) it will roughly double the firm’s global product capacity and has the added benefit of being closer to Asian growth markets.

Mergers and Acquisitions

In late 2017, the company divested its Canada R&M ULC business, which operates refining services and retail gas stations, to Parkland Fuel Corporation for approximately $1.1 billion (CAD$ 1.5 billion). Glencore, the commodities giant, agreed to purchase Chevron’s southern Africa assets, including its 100,000 bbl/d Cape Town refinery.

Chevron garnered proceeds of $2.8 billion with a pair of divestitures in 2016: the sale of New Zealand operations and the sale of its 54,000 bbl/d refinery interests in Hawaii.

In 2015 Chevron Mauritania Exploration agreed to acquire a 30% non-operated working interest in Blocks C8, C12 and C13 offshore Mauritania from Kosmos Energy.

Company Background

Thirty years after the California gold rush, a small firm began digging for a new product -- oil. The crude came from wildcatter Frederick Taylor's well located north of Los Angeles. In 1879 Taylor and other oilmen formed Pacific Coast Oil, attracting the attention of John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil. The two competed fiercely until Standard took over Pacific Coast in 1900.

When Standard Oil was broken up in 1911, its West Coast operations became the stand-alone Standard Oil Company (California), which was nicknamed Socal and sold Chevron-brand products. After winning drilling concessions in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia in the 1930s, Socal summoned Texaco to help, and they formed Caltex (California-Texas Oil Company) as equal partners. In 1948 Socony (later Mobil) and Jersey Standard (later Exxon) bought 40% of Caltex's Saudi operations, and the Saudi arm became Aramco (Arabian American Oil Company).

Socal exploration pushed into Louisiana and the Gulf of Mexico in the 1940s. In 1961 it bought Standard Oil Company of Kentucky (Kyso). The 1970s brought setbacks: Caltex holdings were nationalized during the OPEC-spawned upheaval, and the Saudi Arabian government claimed Aramco in 1980.

In 1984 Socal was renamed Chevron and doubled its reserves with its $13 billion purchase of Gulf Corp., which had origins in the 1901 Spindletop gusher in Texas. Gulf became an oil power by developing Kuwaiti concessions but was hobbled when those assets were nationalized in 1975. After Gulf was rocked by disclosures that it had an illegal political slush fund, Socal stepped in. The deal loaded the new company with debt, and it cut 20,000 jobs and sold billions in assets.

Chevron bought Tenneco's Gulf of Mexico properties in 1988 and in 1992 swapped fields valued at $1.1 billion for 15.7 million shares of Chevron stock owned by Pennzoil. It also moved into the North Sea in 1994.

In the 1990s Chevron gave its retailing units a tune-up. It allied with McDonald's (1995) to combine burger stands and gas stations in 12 western states. In addition, the company sold 450 UK gas stations and a refinery to Shell (1997). Meanwhile, Chevron sold its natural gas operation in 1996 for a stake in Houston-based NGC (later Dynegy; sold in 2007), and it signed an onshore exploration contract in China the next year.

Poor economic conditions in Asia and slumping oil prices in 1998 forced Chevron to shed some US holdings, including California properties. Looking for growth overseas, in 1999 it bought Rutherford-Moran Oil, increasing its interests in Thailand, and Petrolera Argentina San Jorge, Argentina's #3 oil company.

Chevron trimmed about 10% of its workforce in 1999 and 2000 in an effort to cut costs. As the rest of the industry consolidated, Chevron discussed merging with Texaco, but the talks collapsed in 1999. Later that year CEO Ken Derr retired, and vice chairman Dave O'Reilly replaced him.

In 2000 Chevron formed a joint venture with Phillips Petroleum (later ConocoPhillips) that combined the companies' chemicals businesses as Chevron Phillips Chemical. That year talks with Texaco were revived and Chevron agreed to acquire its Caltex partner for about $35 billion in stock and about $8 billion in assumed debt. The deal, completed in 2001, formed ChevronTexaco.

Part of the 2001 deal to acquire Texaco required Chevron to sell exclusive rights to the Texaco brand for a period of three years. A division of Royal Dutch Shell owned rights to the Texaco brand until 2004 and changed the name of the service stations to Shell. Once Chevron regained the rights to the Texaco name, it revitalized the brand name by adding about 400 Texaco stations in the western US.

In 2002 ChevronTexaco divested its stakes in US downstream joint ventures Equilon (to Shell) and Motiva (to Shell and Saudi Aramco). It also sold part of a Gulf of Mexico pipeline and two natural gas plants in Louisiana to Duke Energy, and its 12.5% stake in a natural gas liquids fractionator to Enterprise Products Partners. In 2004 ChevronTexaco sold 150 US natural gas and oil properties to XTO Energy for $912 million. The company changed its name to Chevron Corporation in 2005.

Chevron acquired Unocal in 2005 for more than $16 billion, boosting its proved reserves by about 15%. Equally attractive to Chevron was the strategic position of Unocal's operations; at a time when industries are trying to get a foothold in China, the reserves in Southeast Asia could easily be transported not only there but also to a surging India as well. Unocal's other operations easily supplied the US (from the Gulf of Mexico) and Europe (Caspian Sea) with gas and oil. Chevron bought a 5% stake in Indian refiner Reliance Petroleum for about $300 million in 2006. That year a company-led group of exploration firms announced a new successful oil strike in the Gulf of Mexico.

The company has also been growing its natural gas assets. In 2008 it announced plans to construct a $3.1 billion natural gas project in the Gulf of Thailand. The project will have the capacity to meet 14% of Thailand's natural gas needs.

Ultrapar acquired Chevron's Texaco-branded fuel distribution business in Brazil for $720 million in 2008, and the next year Chevron sold its Nigerian fuel marketing business.

A leading producer of viscous, heavy oil, in 2010 a Chevron-led consortium was awarded the rights to 40% of a heavy oil project in Venezuela's Orinoco Oil Belt.

In 2010, in the wake of the BP oil rig disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, Chevron announced it was forming a $1 billion joint venture with Exxon Mobil, Royal Dutch Shell, and ConocoPhillips to create a rapid-response system capable of capturing and containing up to 100,000 barrels of oil from an oil spill in water depths of 10,000 feet.

Looking to develop a deepwater area unaffected by US regulations, in 2010 the company acquired a 70% stake in three concessions in Liberia, in West Africa. Other deepwater exploration asset acquisitions that year included purchases in China and the Turkish Black Sea.

In 2013 company acquired exploration interests in offshore Blocks EPP44 and EPP45 (more than 8 million acres in the Bight Basin off the South Australian coast).

Growing its LNG supply and export capacity, in 2013 Chevron acquired a 50% operating interest in the Kitimat liquefied natural gas project and proposed Pacific Trail Pipeline, and a 50% stake in 644,000 acres of petroleum and natural gas rights in the Horn River and Liard Basins in British Columbia, Canada. The company bought the assets from Apache for $405 million.

In a major move, in 2011 Chevron acquired Atlas Energy in a $4.3 billion deal. The acquisition is part the company's strategy of finding new reserves to replace reserves lost from declining fields. It also marked Chevron's move to become a major player in the prolific Marcellus Shale play in Pennsylvania, where a number of majors are seeking to cash in on the improved drilling technology that has made the exploitation of unconventional gas finds more commercially viable. The purchase gave Chevron Atlas Energy's 850 billion cu. ft. of proved natural gas reserves and 80 million cu. ft. of daily natural gas production. It also complements Chevron's earlier acquisitions of shale gas assets in Canada, Poland, and Romania, as well as its purchase of an additional 228,000 acres in the Marcellus Shale from Chief Oil & Gas LLC and Tug Hill, Inc. (The acquisitions added up to 5 trillion cubic feet of natural gas resources to Chevron's existing Marcellus Shale operations.)

An earlier chapter of Chevron's history reemerged in 2011 when the company was slapped with a bill for $18 billion in fines and charges by a court in Ecuador regarding environmental damages allegedly caused by Texaco (acquired in 2001) in the 1970s and 1980s. Chevron challenged the findings as illegitimate and unenforceable.

Restructuring its refinery and retail businesses to cut costs, in 2011 Chevron sold its Chevron Ltd. UK unit, which operated the Pembroke refinery, to Valero for $730 million. In addition Valero agreed to pay more that $1 billion for other Chevron Ltd. assets, including 1,000 gas stations. That year Chevron also sold its fuels marketing and aviation businesses in 16 countries in the Caribbean and Latin America and some marketing businesses in five African countries.

In 2012 the company signed a 20-year deal with Tohoku Electric Power for the delivery of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the Chevron-operated Wheatstone natural gas project in Australia.

Growing its shale assets, in 2013 Chevron agreed to a $1.24 billion investment in YPF to help YPF develop the world's second-largest shale gas deposit and fourth-largest shale oil reservoir, located in Argentina's Vaca Muerta region. In 2013 and 2012 the company also announced new exploration and production deals to expand its assets in China, Kurdistan, the Republic of Congo, Surinam, and the US.

In 2013 50%-owned affiliate GS Caltex, opened a 53,000-barrel-per-day gas oil fluid catalytic cracking unit at the Yeosu Refinery in South Korea.

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Chevron Corporation

6001 Bollinger Canyon Rd.
San Ramon, CA 94583-5737
Phone: 1 (925) 842-1000
Fax: 1 (925) 842-2046

Stats

  • Employer Type: Public
  • Stock Symbol: CVX
  • Stock Exchange: NYSE
  • Chairman and CEO: Michael K. Wirth
  • Chairman and CEO: Michael K. Wirth
  • VP and CFO: Patricia E. Yarrington
  • 2016 Employees: 55,200

Major Office Locations

  • San Ramon, CA

Other Locations

  • Eagle River, AK
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  • Seoul, South Korea
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