Chevron invests in nuclear fusion startup

Zap Energy aims to develop a modular nuclear reactor to generate cost-effective and commercially scalable fusion

Chevron to power oil and gas operation with 500MW renewables

The projects will power Chevron’s operations in the US Permian Basin, Argentina, Kazakhstan and Western Australia

Chevron buys Noble Energy for $5bn in stock, amid worst oil price crash in history

The deal will allow the oil giant to strengthen its position in the Eastern Mediterranean

Consortium to develop carbon capture tech to curb Singapore’s emissions

The group includes oil giant Chevron and concrete producer Pan-United – it aims to shrink the carbon intensity of heavy industries such as energy, chemicals and construction

Chevron cuts capital spending by $4bn in response to coronavirus crisis

US oil giant said it would “continue to execute” plans to reduce operating costs by more than $1bn by the end of the year

Coronavirus forces Chevron to send London staff home

‘Work-from-home’ trend spreads to London as the oil giant asks 300 staff to self-isolate as a precaution against coronavirus

Carbon dioxide emissions
UK carbon start-up captures $16m financing from investors

Carbon Clean Solutions Limited will use the investment to deliver an existing pipeline of global projects to lower emissions from industry

Svante explores carbon capture tech for Chevron

The firm will evaluate the feasibility and design of a 10,000 tonne-per-year carbon capture unit for potential deployment in one of Chevron’s California facilities

‘World’s first’ subsea power technology for offshore oil and gas proved

ABB, Equinor, Chevron and Total tested the ‘pioneering and ground-breaking’ technology for 3,000 hours in shallow water at a sheltered harbour in Finland

Chevron sells North Sea business to Ithaca Energy for $2bn

The latter company’s portfolio is forecast to deliver around 80,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day