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Chevron Corporate Office Address

Chevron Corporation
6001 Bollinger Canyon Rd
San Ramon, CA 94583

Contact Chevron

Phone Number: (925) 842-1000
Fax Number: (925) 842-3530
Email: Email Chevron

Chevron Facts

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Chevron Executives

CEO: John S. Watson
CFO: Patricia E. Yarrington
COO: George L. Kirkland

Chevron History

Chevron was formed in 1911 as a result of the government break-up of Standard Oil.  The company was originally called Standard Oil Company of California or SoCal for short.  In the 1930s, the name Chevron was adopted.

In 1948, the company discovered the world’s largest oil field in Saudi Arabia.

In 1984, the company merged with Gulf Oil.  This was the largest merger in history at the time.  The company name was changed to the Chevron Corporation.

In 2000, the company acquired Texaco.

In 2005, the company acquired the Unocal Corporation.

In 2011, the company acquired Atlas Energy.

Today, Chevron is one of the largest energy companies in the world.  They are active in over 180 countries worldwide.


Chevron FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Chevron?
Answer 1: The phone number for Chevron is (925) 842-1000.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Chevron?
Answer 2: The CEO of Chevron is John S. Watson.

Question 3: Who founded Chevron?
Answer 3: Chevron was founded by in .

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Laura Ramirez July 14, 2016 at 12:49 pm

Chevron employees in Walla Walla, Washington on 7 E Rose St today, July 14 @ around 9:10 am literally had me in tears. I suffer from many things including anxiety and depression. This is the second time in a few days period, that the employees (different shifts, shifts days, different staff) at this particular gas station made me regret stopping.
The first time the man working was just plain rude. I had two Natural American Spirit cigarettes coupons to use (same as today) and he just gave me a really difficult time, made me feel embarrassed and wished that any other store carried menthol because I didn’t want to have to return. After checking Walmart, First Stop cigarette store on state line in Oregon and at the Conoco and Cenex both on 9th street, none had menthol. So today I returned to the Chevron on Rose st only to encounter twice the rudeness and ugliness of before. The older cashier with short blonde hair and glasses was asked by the younger cashier (who seemed to still be training) what to do. She told her I could only use one. I began to speak to say that that wasn’t so, that I just used two at he same store recently and she put her hand up and told that I didn’t need to be rude. And I asked her how am I being rude, I’m simply telling you how it worked last time, she laughed and walked away. I started crying because I couldn’t believe that the same store treated me even worse than before. Could’ve have been that I was using coupons? I don’t know.
The older cashier who shut me up realized she made mistake and rather than apologize to me, she told the younger one, oh she has two packs? I thought she was trying to use two coupons on one pack.
They finally got it figured out and I paid, the entire time I was in tears and the other short brown hair asked me how my day was. I told her, it was going great until I stopped at this store.
As I was walking out, I turned and told the three women that I couldn’t believe how poorly I had been treated and the young one says I’m sorry to me but before I left the door shut, I told her, don’t worry, I’m never shopping here again.
And I wont. Even if my car run out of gas, I’d rather push it passed that store than stop.
Never been treated that badly and for absolutely no apparent reason.
I’m a 40 year old smoker who was taking advantage of some coupons I received as a gift from NAS and ended up in tears!
Go figure!


Scott May 9, 2016 at 10:29 pm

My grandfather was a texaco distributor for 75 years. I have a texaco collection a new in box. I have collected over 40 years. I must sell this collection of trucks, banks, anything with texaco name on it. I thought maybe an employee of texaco might be interested. This is a large collection of trucks, fuel pump banks, all in original boxes. Worth thousands I must sell please post this


Melissa August 20, 2014 at 10:54 pm

I so upset with you Santa Fe store 6374. Your assistant manager Travis was rude. I forgot my staring with that when I walk to his register. I tried to pay with one card but expired so I paid in cash. I bought so other items he said now I need to give a extra five dollar for putting through a other transaction. I thought he was kidding around I sayed no . Well I left without putting my gas. When I realize what I done I turned around he sayed the to take it up with the other customer that was there. I talk to the customer and she said she use her credit cardhe no. he said it was already used and didn’t want to help me. So so the other clerk was able to help me out and retrieve all my money for gas he proceeded by saying that this happens all the time. he said go to another pump and he put it on but proceeded to ignore me when I went back in to let him know what pump I was on. I have never been treated like this before


Cheryl Rose July 22, 2014 at 2:21 pm

I went to Havoline Express, 14200 Cicero Crestwood, IL for the second time on July 21, 2014 after their recommendation that I have an engine transmission flush. Of course while this was being done, I was encouraged to have a radiator flush and then a coolant flush to include freon. (Incidentally, my car is almost no cooler now than it was when I went in and I really don’t think I needed the radiator flush either. They continued to tell me they would cut deals on the prices of each service if I would accept the service. Consequently, with all services having been performed my total was supposed to be $193.00.
When my car was done, it didn’t take very long at all for all three services to be performed, I presented the manager with a Chevron Credit Card that has a Chevron logo on it and also has Havoline Express Lube printed on the card. It was my first time using my card and I had already activated it. I was told that the card was declined and I knew under no circumstances should it have been. I talked to Chevron to confirm that my card was good and then put Chevron on the line to talk to the manager, they confirmed the card was good. The manager then called his manager, supposedly the owner, and then put me on the phone with him. I explained my card etc, and the manager went on to say that his particular establishment had not been set up yet to accept the card. I asked him how I should know this if there is a Chevron logo very boldly displayed on the sign in front of the establishment as on my card and my card clearly saying accepted at Havoline Express. He went on to say I just told you we haven’t been set up yet, I went on then to say again, how would I know this and that it was false advertising. At this point, one person was attempting to out talk the other which I found very unprofessional of him especially in his capacity and as a man showing disrespect to me as a customer and as a woman. It never hurts sometimes to just say nothing or allow a situation to become calm. In addition, the last thing this supposed “owner of the establishment as he so aptly put it”, said to me was, “I was going to offer you a plan of payment to pay this but I can see that you are just IGNORANT so put my manager back on the phone. I went on to tell him that I was talking to someone ignorant and he became enraged. Why I don’t understand, he thought it was okay to say it to me, a customer, (I mean, I was). The guys that work there are very nice I thought but of course very unprofessional and incompetent management. The manager told me that his manager told him to call the police, I said call them. I left at that point because I was tired and had a thousand things still to do. I told the manager of the service to do send my bill to Chevron and it would get paid. Had the owner of the establishment not been so unprofessional he could have come up with that alternative as well or something similar. To tell me he would set up a plan of payment agreement with me was not an option — after all, I already had one which was my credit card and had he not taught his employees to be so greedy, I would have gotten my transmission flush and gotten out of there being charged a lot less. Needless to say, I will not go back there, was it worth all of this to lose a customer(s), over something like this which really equates to “false advertising and incompetent management more than anything else?”


John Ayers July 5, 2014 at 3:39 pm

Terrible’s # 299 5685 Mountain Vista, Las Vegas NV.. Gave the lady attendant a $20 bill, and in return she gave me change for a $10 bill. When I asked for my extra change back she replied there’s no way that we can help you until tomorrow at 2 PM. I then said that I would call the police which I did and I had a unit on the way to resolve problem. Once that was done she said oh we can have you an answer by 2 o’clock today. She had mentioned to me that there was no way for her to pull up cameras no way to have a manager come and help fix the problem now so I guess I have to wait. This will be the last time I ever purchased anything from this Chevron and I hope everyone else listens to this.


John Ayers July 5, 2014 at 5:24 pm

Will turned out I was right, and was refunded my $10 in change. The only thing is it wasted almost an hour and a half of my day and how much I make an hour at my job is about three times the amount that this cost me in time. I just wish you could hire people that paid a little more attention to transactions so you don’t end up wasting your customers time. I especially don’t like being called a liar because your worker was so adamant that I gave her a $10 bill and there’s no way I gave her a 20! Just mark me down as another unhappy Chevron customer who will be telling all of my friends relatives and customers at my work about how well I was treated and taking care of at your station!


Sonia April 12, 2014 at 8:10 pm

Please have someone contact regarding your store #1323 address 8169 Elk Grove Blvd, Ca. Your employee was very rude to my son and called him a idiot. My son went in on Saturday 04/12/14 around 12:06p or 12:08p ( my understanding was your assistant manager) and was going to purchase some drinks and because he was try to transfer money to his account in line your employee told my son ” move” in a rude voice and tone.

Instead of politely asking him to please step aside so he can help other customers. My son then was ready to make a purchase and because my son swipe his debt card more then once again he rudely he told him ” stop swipe it your going crash my system” my son told him while he was in putting his pin ” I told know who think your talking to?” Your cashier clerk then looked at my son took both drinks away and told him ” get out” so my son then got upset cursed your employee out, your employee then called my son a idiot. I understand my should’ve never cursed him out which I have talked to him as well. But at no point should’ve your employee been so rude and unprofessional to begin with. I called your store to get more information come to find it was your assistant manager that’s even worse how can you have a assistant manager at your store with that kind of attitude and unprofessionalism?

-Please have your regional that over sees this store or your corporate office call me at 916-873-20451 as soon as possible to further discuss this matter.




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