Chevron OverviewChevron Corporation
is a well-known publicly traded company involved in the energy generation operations. The main headquarters of the company is situated in San Ramon, California, United States. They trade actively on New York Stock Exchange and is a member of S&P 100 and S&P 500. The company’s annual revenue is more than US$ 114 million, whereas their total assets are over US$ 266.02 billion. There are more than 61,500 people employed by the company through which they control their operations in 180 countries globally. They are one of the biggest oil companies in the world. They have divided their work into various subsidiaries that include Caltex and Texaco.
The company was founded as ChevronTexaco Corporation in 1879, whereas they changed their name to Chevron Corporation in 2005.
The company is involved in the integrated chemicals, petroleum, and energy operations across the world. They have divided their operations into two different divisions, named Upstream and Downstream. The first one explores,
develop, and produce natural gas and crude oil along with transporting crude oil through pipelines. On the hand, the later division’s main work is to refine the crude oil into the petroleum products. This division also market commodity petrochemicals in some parts of the world. In addition to that, the company also offer other solutions in the various markets, such as cash management, real estate, technology business, and debt financing. In the United States, the Chevron also hold some interest in geothermal and power plants.