News Updates

Chevron Corp. said Tuesday that it hopes to power up its quest to drill for oil in the Gulf of Mexico after the White House signaled it would lift a drilling ban at 16 sites in deep Gulf waters. San...
George Avalos
January 4, 2011
The United States this week expanded its sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program, but Tehran says the sanctions are having no effect.
Peter Kenyon
December 23, 2010
  Chevron Corp. expressed interest in developing oil reserves straddling the Iran-Iraq border, potentially putting the American energy giant at risk of violating U.S. sanctions against Tehran,...
Adam Schreck
December 16, 2010
  (Reuters) - Chevron Corp (CVX.N) said it would spend $4 billion to develop its Big Foot project in the Gulf of Mexico, even as tougher rules and higher costs loom for deepwater operators....
Anna Driver
December 16, 2010
Two local refineries - Chevron in El Segundo and BP in Carson - are among the state's 10 highest emitters of toxic chemicals, according to a report Thursday from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Kristin S. Agostoni
December 16, 2010
  The Caspian Pipeline Consortium partners agreed to spend $5.4 billion doubling the capacity of the oil link that runs from the Chevron Corp.-led Tengiz oil field in Kazakhstan to the Russian...
Stephen Bierman
December 15, 2010
  (Reuters) - The Sierra Club and Environment Texas filed a federal lawsuit against Exxon Mobil Corp for five years of excess pollution at the nation's largest refinery, the Sierra Club said on...
Erwin Seba
December 14, 2010
  This past Friday, Chevron scored a 30-year lease renewal for its offshore marine terminal near El Segundo over environmentalists' objections and despite an environmental review that cited "a...
Cameron Scott
December 13, 2010
  El Segundo's Chevron refinery is counting on the state Lands Commission to approve a new lease for its marine terminal in the Santa Monica Bay, despite protests from environmentalists over...
Kristen S. Agostoni
December 10, 2010