Protecting the Environment

Managing Our Environment Footprint

Protecting the Environment

The Way We Work

At Chevron, we place the highest priority on the health and safety of our workforce and protection of our assets, communities and the environment.  

Protecting people and the environment is one of our core values that guide our actions to deliver results, the right way. This commitment is detailed in The Chevron Way, which explains who we are, what we believe, how we achieve and where we aspire to go. 

In helping to meet the world's growing demand for energy, we do so with the upmost respect for the environment. On the Gorgon and Wheatstone Projects we implement rigorous environmental impact assessment and management processes through both the Western Australian State Government and the Australian Federal Government.

At Barrow Island - home of the Gorgon Project - we are systematically implementing environmental performance standards to reduce emissions and discharges, manage waste and conserve natural resources.

On all our projects, we are committed to protecting the environment.

We are committed to protecting the environment across all of our projects.

We're committed to developing these projects in an environmentally responsible manner. Our commitment to this philosophy has been recognised by independent bodies locally and globally.

Our strong commitment to the environment means we're privileged to be able to attract some of the best environmental advisors and subject matter experts to work with us in reducing our impact and managing our environmental programs. These programs cover the full range of environmental issues from climate change adaption, fauna monitoring and protection and waste reduction technology. 

We partner with a range of organisations to help improve environmental awareness and encourage biodiversity protection.

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Global Focus

Globally, Chevron is committed to continually improving its environmental management system.

More about our Global Focus

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