Chevron Offers Techron2Go App

Chevron has introduced the new Techron2Go iPhone app which helps commuters locate the closest Chevron station while on the go. In addition, the app lets them plan a route showing all Chevron stations along the way, find the latest meal and drink deals at ExtraMile convenience stores and get more information on how the cleaning

Chevron To Acquire Atlas Energy

Chevron Corp. is acquiring Atlas Energy for $3.2 billion in cash and assumed pro forma net debt of approximately $1.1 billion. The acquisition will provide Chevron with an attractive natural gas resource position primarily located in southwestern Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale.  The acquisition is subject to certain Atlas Energy restructuring transactions, approval by Atlas Energy shareholders

Havoline Moves Under Chevron Brand

Chevron Products Co., beginning mid-2011, plans to consolidate its Texaco Havoline lubricant product line – in North America – under the Chevron brand. The updated Havoline product line will feature the Chevron logo. By rebranding Havoline in North America, the company aims to create a more comprehensive Chevron product line while providing expanded marketing and

Chevron Fuels Schools Promotion

During the month of September, Chevron’s Fuel Your School promotion, with the help of California drivers, raised $858,445 for schools in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. To participate, customers simply had to fill up their gas tanks at participating Chevron stations in Alameda or Contra Costa between Sept. 1 and Sept. 30. Chevron then donated

Chevron Helps School District With Energy Efficiency

Chevron Energy Solutions and the Huntington Beach City School District have announced the groundbreaking for an energy efficiency and solar project, which is expected to save the district more than $15 million over the life of the project. The project is the first energy efficiency and solar project at an elementary school district in Orange

Chevron Launches We Agree Campaign

Chevron Corp. has launched a new global advertising campaign titled “We Agree,” but a hoax group is attempting to ruin the company’s thunder. The campaign by Chevron highlights the common ground Chevron shares with people around the world on key energy issues.  It also describes the actions the company takes in producing energy responsibly and

Sunshine Rolls Out New Technology At 100 Sites

Sunshine Gasoline Distributors Inc. of Doral, Fla. is rolling out Gilbarco Encore S dispensers, Passport point-of-sale (POS) systems and Veeder-Root TLS-450 tank gauges at 100 sites. “We chose Gilbarco Veeder-Root because they are in a unique position to provide turnkey solutions at the forecourt, in-store POS and underground fuel management,” said Luis Lago, vice president

Chevron Donates To Local Public Schools

Over the past three weeks, Chevron’s Fuel Your School promotion has encouraged East Bay, Calif., drivers to help earn up to $1 million in funds for their neighborhood public schools. To participate customers simply have to fill up their gas tank at participating Chevron stations in Alameda and Contra Costa counties between Sept. 1 and

Chevron and KOGAS Sign LNG Agreement

Chevron Corp.’s Australian subsidiaries signed a Heads of Agreement (HOA) with Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) for the delivery of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the Chevron-operated Wheatstone natural gas project in Australia. Under the HOA, KOGAS expects to purchase 1.5 million tons per annum (MTPA) of LNG for up to 20 years from the Wheatstone

Chevron Cited After Spill

Utah regulators have cited Chevron Corp. for a pipeline leak that sent 33, 000 gallons of crude oil into Salt Lake City’s Red Butte Creek last month, the Associated Press reported. Much of the oil collected in a pond at the city’s Liberty Park and, according to regulators, oil traveled downstream into the Jordan River.

Strong Words, More Trials In Gulf Response

On Tuesday, President Barack Obama addressed the nation from the Oval Office, summoning Americans to a “national mission” to move away from reliance on oil and develop alternative sources of energy, and noted that it is imperative for Congress to act quickly to overcome “a lack of political courage and candor” surrounding the BP Oil

Bid Deadline for Pantry Sites Announced

A bid deadline of July 20, 2010 has been set for the 74 sites throughout the Southeast being divested by The Pantry Inc. NRC Realty & Capital Advisors LLC (NRC) noted that details on each available property are now available online. Properties being sold include a mix of convenience stores with gas, stand-alone convenience stores,

Gulf Oil Grows in Virginia

Gulf Oil has announced its continued growth in Virginia by signing a branded distributor partnership with Anderson Oil Company. Anderson Oil will begin work immediately, rebranding more than two dozen motor fuel outlets in the Greater Fredericksburg and Richmond areas from Chevron, Texaco and Pure to the new Gulf “Sunrise” image.  This is the first

BP Responds To Gulf Oil Spill

BP is ramping up its response to the oil spill in the US Gulf of Mexico. More than 2,500 personnel are now involved in the response effort and well-advanced preparations are being made for a major protection and cleaning effort on the shorelines of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida. A fourth onshore command centre, in

Chevron Reports First Quarter Income

Chevron Corp. has reported earnings of $4.55 billion ($2.27 per share – diluted) for the first quarter 2010, compared with $1.84 billion ($0.92 per share -diluted) in the 2009 first quarter. Results in the 2009 period included gains of approximately $400 million ($0.20 per share) from downstream asset sales. Foreign-currency effects reduced earnings in the

Gulf Oil Enters Virginia

Gulf Oil signaled its return to Virginia this month by announcing a branded distributor partnership with Milo C. Cockerham Inc. Cockerham plans to begin rebranding several former Chevron motor fuel outlets in southwest Virginia to the new Gulf “Sunrise” image. This is the first time since 1986 that a Gulf Oil branded gas station will

Fueling Awareness

Lion Uniform Group, a provider of direct purchase apparel programs, plans to partner with businesses nationwide again this year for Fueling Awareness, a Workforce United for a Cure, a campaign to advance breast cancer awareness. As part of the campaign, employees in workplaces across the country wear pink ribbon Awareness Apparel to show their commitment

Chevron Announces $1 Million Investment in South Bay Schools

Chevron Products Co. plans to distribute a series of “Energy for Learning” grants totaling $1 million among 15 South Bay schools, signifying the largest science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)-related donation ever made by Chevron’s El Segundo Refinery in support of local educational programs.  As part of the announcement activities, and in recognition of Mathematics

Valero Adds Policies To Prevent Underage Tobacco Sales

The Valero company has agreed to a set of measures aimed at reducing tobacco sales to minors at more than 4,900 gas station convenience stores operating nationwide under Valero trademarks, Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller announced Wednesday. “Valero owns 1,000 convenience store outlets and has nearly 4,000 franchise outlets, so this will make a difference,”

Chevron Confirms First Oil from Perdido Development

Chevron Corp. has announced its the Perdido deepwater project, located in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, has started crude oil and natural gas production. Production from the Great White, Silvertip and Tobago fields using the Perdido hub is expected to reach full capacity of 130,000 barrels of oil-equivalent per day after the drilling of additional

Chevron Announces Board Nominees

Chevron Corp. announced that Senator Charles (Chuck) Hagel and John Stumpf have been nominated for election to Chevron’s board of directors. Hagel and Stumpf will be part of the slate of board nominees to be considered for election to Chevron’s board at the company’s annual meeting of stockholders on May 26. If they are elected,

An Appetizing Offering

Keeping the Customers Satisfied John Foley, an independent culinary consultant, said c-stores are a perfect fit for appetizers because of their portability and lower cost. He offered retailers five tips for increasing appetizer, soup and salad sales. 1) Develop a series of appetizers that are not on your regular menu and rotate them as specials

Embracing Automated Cash Control

More convenience store operators are phasing out their drop safes and replacing them with sophisticated cash management systems that perform a variety of functions more easily and quickly than ever before. One of those is the linking of computer networks for easier access to information throughout the organization. In doing so, cash shrinkage due to

Chevron To Install Solar Panels

Chevron Corp. is installing 7,700 solar power panels near Bakersfield in California, which is expected to produce 740 kilowatts of electricity, the Los Angeles Times reported. The panels will power the pumps and the pipelines operated at Chevron’s Kern River oil field facility and showcase the latest photovoltaic technologies (converting sunlight to electricity) from seven

Chevron To Layoff Workers

Chevron Corp. is shrinking its staff from its crude-oil refining and marketing segments by more than 20% as fuel demand remains low, The Wall Street Journal reported. Some 2,000 workers were laid off in 2009, and an equal number of layoffs are ahead this year and more are expected to continue in 2011. In 2008,

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