Articles by Chevron

  • Brazil: Oil Leak Off Rio de Janeiro Caused by Chevron Drilling

    November 14 2011 4:19 PM EST

    Brazil's oil agency said a link exists between the company's drilling operations and the seep on the ocean floor which has so far released up to 650 barrels of oil into the ocean.

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    Chevron: Cause of Oil Leak in Brazil Still Under Investigation

    November 14 2011 10:26 AM EST

    Efforts made by Chevron Brazil officials to control an ocean-floor oil leak off the coast of Brazil continue.

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    Tiger Woods Dead? Nope. Just a Twitter, Facebook Hoax

    November 11 2011 2:33 PM EST

    Is Tiger Woods Dead? That's what people on Twitter or asking since a lot of buzz about his passing began taking over Twitter and Facebook on Friday.

  • Chevron: Brazil Oil Leak Not Due To Company's Production Activities

    November 10 2011 5:46 PM EST

    U.S. oil and gas major Chevron Corp. said an oil leak off the coast of Brazil near its Frade field does not appear to be caused by the company's production activities in the area.

  • Chevron Trying to Close Off-Shore Oil Spill

    November 10 2011 11:23 AM EST

    Chevron's Brazilian outfit working to plug an ocean-floor oil spill off Brazilian coast.

  • U.S. WCoast Products-Prices Fall on Restarts

    November 09 2011 6:44 PM EST

    Gasoline and diesel prices fell in the Portland, Oregon, market as two refineries finished seasonal overhauls, traders said.

  • Sky Metalwala Missing: Parents Have Previous Record of Reckless Endangerment

    November 07 2011 1:52 PM EST

    Toddles' mother left him alone in an unlocked car for an hour

  • Asian Stocks and Commodities Slip After Japanese Move Boosts Dollar

    October 31 2011 4:20 AM EDT

    Asian shares fell Monday and commodities slipped as the dollar spiked to a three-month high against the yen following Japan's intervention, prompting investors to book profits after last week's rally.

  • The Wall Street sign is seen outside the New York Stock Exchange, March 26, 2009.
    Wall St, Finishing Flat, Posts 4 Weeks of Gains

    October 29 2011 2:11 AM EDT

    U.S. stocks closed out a fourth week of gains in quiet fashion on Friday, edging higher as the market took a breather after rallying 3 percent on Europe's deal to stem its debt crisis.

  • Wall Street Dips after Rally, HP Shares Jump

    October 28 2011 12:28 PM EDT

    Stocks edged lower on Friday as investors paused following a powerful rally that propelled the S&P 500 index almost 20 percent since briefly dipping into bear market territory earlier this month.

  • A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange
    U.S. Stock Futures Signal Lower Open After Rally

    October 28 2011 4:42 AM EDT

    Stock index futures pointed to a weaker open for equities on Friday after strong gains in the previous session, with futures for the S&P 500, the Dow Jones and the Nasdaq 100 down 0.4 to 0.5 percent.

  • Stocks in Focus (CVX, AMD, CI, AON, BIIB, IPG, WHR, ERTS, GT, COL, MRK)

    October 28 2011 3:35 AM EDT

    The companies that are expected to see active trade on Friday are: Chevron Corp, Advanced Micro Devices, Cigna Corp, Aon Corp, Biogen Idec, Interpublic Group of Companies, Whirlpool Corp, Electronic Arts, Goodyear Tire & Rubber, Rockwell Collins and Merck & Co Inc.

  • LA Gasoline Jumps 12 Cents on Shut Chevron FCC-Trade

    October 27 2011 2:10 PM EDT

    Wholesale gasoline differentials jumped 12 cents a gallon in the Los Angeles market on Thursday morning on talk of a shut gasoline production unit at California's largest refinery, traders said.

  • Oil Majors to Post Strong Quarterly Profits but Investors Uncertain about 2012

    October 21 2011 10:36 AM EDT

    Investors in the world's biggest oil companies are expected to look beyond the bumper profits the groups will announce next week on the back of higher oil prices, and seek clues on how the companies can maintain income growth as crude stabilizes.

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    House Democrats Urge Super Committee to End $122 Billion in Big Oil Tax Subsidies

    October 19 2011 5:11 PM EDT

    A group of 35 progressive Democrats has asked the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction Committee -- the super committee -- to end billions of dollars worth of tax subsidies for the fossil fuels industry.

  • The Aberdeen docks in Aberdeen, Scotland, in seen in this September 25, 2009 file photo.
    BP Expands Investments in North Sea Oil Properties

    October 13 2011 9:50 AM EDT

    All told, BP and its partners will invest nearly £10 billion ($15.7 billion) in North Sea oil and gas properties over the next five years.

  • People wait to vote during the presidential election at a polling station in Liberia
    Voting smooth as Liberians choose president

    October 11 2011 2:44 PM EDT

    Liberians queued peacefully in the rain on Tuesday for the West African state's second presidential election since its civil war, with incumbent Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf bidding for a second term.

  • There will be tax breaks: Investing in oil and gas drilling

    October 03 2011 3:38 PM EDT

    Seated in the conference room of his wealth management firm in San Ramon, Calif., Rich Arzaga breaks out a few tools to explain the investment advantages of oil and gas drilling programs. He’s got a fine-point pen and a sketch pad — but alas, no milkshake a la Daniel Day-Lewis in “There Will Be Blood.”

  • Crude Oil Outlook 2012

    October 03 2011 3:36 AM EDT

    In afternoon trading Friday, WTI Crude Oil has fallen below 80 bbl, and end the month off 10%. Given the weak economic news that came out this month, it is any wonder the price did not sink deeper. What happened to Crude Oil's price was predictable. What happens next is less predictable. The impact on the top line results at integrated Oil companies like Exxon Mobil Corp. (NYSE:XOM), Chevron Corp. (NYSE: CVX), and ConocoPhillips Corp. (NYSE:COP) should be moderated somewhat by the strength in...

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    Chevron to Unveil Solar Oilfield Project Monday

    September 30 2011 6:19 PM EDT

    Chevron Corp will unveil on Monday a solar oilfield project that has been hit by cost overruns and delays but serves as a showcase for the technology of Chevron-backed solar thermal company BrightSource Energy.