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    • Chevron
      Company profile
      Senthil.E
      Anil kumar.Jr
    • Chevron
      • Chevron Corporation is an American multinational energy corporation
      • Headquartered in San Ramon California
      • Actively working in more than 180 countries
      • There business oil, gas, and geothermal energy industries
      It including
      • Chevron is one of the world's six "super major" oil companies
      • For the past five years Chevron has been continuously ranked as one of America's 11
      largest corporations by Fortune 500
      • exploration and production;
      • refining, marketing and transport;
      • chemicals manufacturing and sales
      • power generation
    • About chevron 2010
      Rank: 11 (Previous rank: 5)
      CEO: John S. Watson
      Employees: 64,132
      Address: 6001 Bollinger Canyon Rd. San Ramon, California  94583
      Country: U.S.
      Website: www.chevron.com
    • Vision
      “At the heart of The Chevron Way is our vision ... to be the global energy company most admired for its people, partnership and performance”
    • Value
      Our company's foundation is built on our values, which distinguish us and guide our actions. We conduct our business in a socially responsible and ethical manner. We respect the law, support universal human rights, protect the environment and benefit the communities where we work.
    • Product & service for consumer
      Consumer is Asset……
    • Fuels & Stations
      Chevron's three premium brands — Chevron, Texaco and Caltex — hold top positions in their markets around the world. These countries company actively working.
      • Australia
      • Canada
      • Czech Republic
      • Hong Kong
      • Ireland
      • Malaysia
      • New Zealand
      • Pakistan
      • Philippines
      • Singapore
      • South Africa
      • Thailand 
      • United Kingdom
      • United States of America
    • Gift & Credit Cards
      Personal Credit Cards
      The Chevron, Texaco & Caltex credit cards provide convenient options for purchasing fuel, services and retail items at our service stations
      Gift Cards
      Join the millions of customers who use gift cards at Chevron and Texaco stations in the United States to purchase gas, snacks and services
      Business Credit Cards
      Chevron and Texaco Business Cards are accepted at our stations for gasoline, tires, batteries, service and convenience store items.
    • Marketing brands
    • Fuel
      • Chevron
      • Standard Oil
      • Texaco
      • Caltex
      • Unocal
    • Convenience stores
      • Star Mart
      • Extra Mile
      • Redwood Market
      • Town Pantry
    • Lubricants
      • Delo
      • Havoline
      • Revtex
      • Ursa
    • Fuel additives
      • Techron- Chevron
      • Clean System
    • Strategies……
    • Enterprise Strategies
      People
      Execution
      Growth
    • Major Business Strategies
      Gas and
      Midstream
      Downstream and
      Chemicals
      Renewable Energy and
      Energy Efficiency
      Upstream
      Technology
    • Operational Excellence
      Achieving World-Class Performance
      • Chevron strives to protect the safety and health of people and the environment, and
      to conduct our operations reliably and efficiently.
      • The systematic management of safety, health, environment, reliability and efficiency
      to achieve world-class performance is how we define Operational Excellence (OE).
      • We approach the five areas of OE as one priority because success in each helps ensure
      success in the others, and ultimately, this success becomes a powerful driver for
      robust business performance.
    • Operational Excellence is based on five objectives:
      • Achieve an injury-free workplace.
      • Promote a healthy workplace and mitigate significant health risks.
      • Eliminate spills and environmental incidents and mitigate environmental risks.
      • Operate incident-free with industry-leading asset reliability.
      • Maximize the efficient use of resources and assets.
    • Chevron Businesses
    • Exploration & production
      Chevron has major operations in the world’s most important oil and gas regions.
      We are leaders in working in extremely difficult environments such as ultra deep water.
      Natural gas
      Oil
    • Manufacturing ,product &transportation
      Lubricants
      Product
      Manufacturing
      Oronite
      pipelines
      Global trading
    • Other businesses
      Chemicals
      Chevron and our partners develop, produce and market petrochemicals and additive
      Power
      Twenty years of experience guide our power operations in the US and Asia
      Mining
      Production of coal and rare earth metals meets a growing demand
      Technology
      We build on Chevron's tradition of innovation to create solutions for the future.
    • SWOT Analysis
      Chevron
    • Strengths
      • Steady financial performance
      • Cash generator
      • Presence across entire energy value chain
      • Strong market position - upstream (exploration and production)
      • downstream (refining, marketing & transportation)
    • Weaknesses
      * Declining sales of refined products* Declining oil and gas reserves* Legal action by the Iraqi Government* Employee unrest in Nigeria
    • Opportunities
      * Increasing demand from China, India* Increasing demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG)* Capital investments* Biofuels initiatives
    • Threats
      * US and EU economic slowdown* Environmental regulations* Tax regulations in the US* Increasing focus of green fuels & automobiles in the US* Competitors
    • Thank you……….