News Updates

  As domestic energy companies venture ever farther from the United States to find oil and natural gas, the Tulane Energy Institute is hoping to forge a partnership with Africa. The continent is...
By Jen DeGregorio
October 11, 2009
Antonia talks about Global Exchange's Chevron Program, the retirement of David O'Reilly, oil, Chevron affected communities, Ecuador and more. Download and listen to the interview. Antonia's segment...
Radio Interview with Antonia Juhasz
October 7, 2009
Video clip of Antonia Juhasz speaking at the Noam Chomsky event, "Crisis and Hope in the Age of Obama." Juhasz talks about our collective opportunity to influence the Obama Administration's decision...
October 4, 2009
  Venezuela's state oil company has purchased ConocoPhillips' 40 percent stake in a joint natural gas venture with Chevron Corp. Terms of the deal announced late Friday were not disclosed. State...
October 3, 2009
  Venezuela has announced a $16bn (£10bn) investment deal with China for oil exploration in the Orinoco river. The move comes shortly after Venezuela signed a similar agreement with Russia,...
September 17, 2009
  It was the most expensive ballot measure ever fought in U.S. political history. Proposition 87, which appeared on the November 2006 California state ballot, would have implemented a small fee...
October 16, 2008
2007 was Chevron's most profitable year in its 130-year history, garnering the company $18.7 billion in pure profit. According to Forbes, CEO David O'Reilly personally raked in $8.8 million in total...
Antonia Juhasz
March 16, 2008
While debate rages in the United States about the military in Iraq, an equally important decision is being made inside of Iraq--the future of Iraq’s oil. A new Iraqi law proposes to open the country’...
Antonia Juhasz & Raed Jarrar
February 22, 2007
  Richmond city officials will watch closely next week when Chevron Corp. hosts its annual security analysts meeting. The event is when the publicly held company reviews the results of the...
By Chip Johnson
Chevron Corp.'s chairman and CEO received total compensation valued at $15.2 million in 2009, up 10 percent from 2008, as the nation's second-largest oil company saw its oil production business boom...
By Sandy Shore