Chevron Corporation

Chevron Corporation is an American multinational energy corporation. One of the successor companies of Standard Oil, and originally known as the Standard Oil Company of California, it is headquartered... Wikipedia

  • Formerly called:  Pacific Coast Oil Co, (1879–1906), Standard Oil of California, (1906–1984)
  • Type:  Private (1876–1906), Subsidiary (1906–1911), Public company
  • Traded as:  NYSE: CVX, DJIA component, S&P 100 component, S&P 500 component
  • ISIN:  [ US1667641005]
  • Industry:  Energy, Oil and gas
  • Predecessors:  Standard Oil (1870–1911)
  • Founded:  September 10, 1879 as "Pacific Coast Oil Co."
  • Area served:  Worldwide
  • Key people:  Michael Wirth, (Chairman and CEO)
  • Products:  Gasoline, natural gas and other petrochemicals, See Chevron products
  • Brands:  Chevron, Caltex, Texaco, Havoline, Techron, Calso (1946–55), Gulf (1985–2010)
  • Revenue:  US$ 162.47 billion (2021)
  • Operating income:  US$ 21.64 billion (2021)
  • Total assets:  US$ 239.54 billion (2021)
  • Total equity:  US$ 139.94 billion (2021)
  • Number of employees:  42,595 (March 2021)
  • Parent:  Standard Oil Co. (1900–1911)
  • Subsidiaries:  Chevron Phillips Chemical, Chevron Sri Lanka
  • Website:  chevron.com
  • Data Source:  DuckDuckGo