Chevron, through its Chevron New Energies division, has announced the launch of a CCS project aimed at reducing the carbon intensity of its operations in San Joaquin Valley, California, US.
The three companies have signed an MoU for an expanded joint venture to develop the Bayou Bend CCS offshore carbon capture and sequestration hub currently held by Talos and Carbonvert.
Chevron has announced an agreement to join the Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD) to help support efforts to develop potentially scalable lower-carbon technologies.
MCO-I has secured a contract to deliver compressor train equipment for Chevron Phillips Chemicals' new propylene unit in Texas.
The new venture will create renewable feedstocks, leveraging Bunge’s expertise in oilseed processing and farmer relationships, and Chevron’s expertise in fuels manufacturing and marketing.
The companies have signed a joint collaboration and license agreement to co-develop and license Saudi Aramco's Heavy Oil Processing Initiative (HOPI+) technology.
Chevron Lummus Global LLC (CLG) has announced the expansion of its technology portfolio with the addition of its new ISOTERRA process for renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) from biomass sources.
Chevron Corp. has issued an updated climate change resilience report that further details the company’s ambition to advance our lower carbon future.
The companies have signed a letter of intent to build and operate new sustainable aviation fuel production facilities.