Chevron To Pay $225,500 Settlement For Air Quality Violations At Richmond RefineryThe Bay Area Air Quality Management District announced Tuesday that Chevron USA Inc. has agreed to pay $225,500 to settle violations of air quality regulations at its Richmond refinery.
Chevron Upgrading Safety After EPA Richmond Refinery Fire Settlement Chevron will spend more than $150 million on safety upgrades throughout its domestic production network as part of a settlement reached with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA officials announced Tuesday.
Evacuations Lifted In Bay Point After Fire At Gas Pipeline ExtinguishedAn evacuation order that affected thousands in Bay Point and Pittsburg was lifted at 2:30 p.m Thursday afternoon after crews put out a fire that was threatening a major Chevron natural gas pipeline, officials said.
Presenting A Challenge Through Project Lead The Way It's a simple idea -- give a group of gifted young students a real-world problem to tackle, allow them to innovate and watch them come up with a solution.
Chevron Supports Techbridge Girls STEM ProgramPassion, teamwork, innovation -- these are the keywords for an unique and growing STEM program called 'Techbridge Girls'.
Chevron Invests In STEM EducationThe innovators of the future are in America’s schools today. Chevron is committed to inspiring the next generation of engineers and scientists.
Looking Back At Chevron's First Pride ParadeChevron employees have marched in the San Francisco Pride Parade for decades, but how did this proud tradition begin?
Chevron Pride: Birth Of The Chevron Pride NetworkIt began with a letter sent to the company by a brave group of employees in 1991.
Richmond Chevron Refinery Flaring Exceeded State LimitsFlaring exceeded a state limit on New Year's Eve at the Chevron refinery in Richmond, according to spokesman for the Bay Area Air Quality Management District.
Chevron: Flaring At Richmond Refinery Was ‘Nothing Significant’Chevron said flaring that occurred New Year's Eve and New Year's Day at the refinery in Richmond was "nothing significant."
Climate Deal Swing Votes Among Top Oil Money Recipients In CaliforniaCalifornia Assembly members considered swing votes on legislation to reduce carbon emissions among top recipients of oil companies' funds.
Cal/OSHA, Chevron Reach Settlement Over 2012 Refinery FireChevron and the state Department of Occupational Safety and Health Monday announced a settlement that calls for equipment and safety upgrades worth around $20 million following a 2012 fire at the oil giant's Richmond refinery.