corporate responsibility reporting

we're committed to demonstrating our values and getting results the right way

prioritizing issues for our reporting

 Our corporate responsibility reporting focuses on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues that matter to our business and our stakeholders – investors, customers, host governments, local communities and employees. To select the content for our 2018 Corporate Responsibility Report Highlights and the corporate responsibility section of, we interviewed subject matter experts from across our business segments to identify and validate relevant ESG topics. In addition, Chevron worked with a research firm that conducted anonymous surveys of institutional investors, nongovernmental organization (NGOs) and other external stakeholders. Both groups of stakeholders identified the same issues highlighted in the previous year’s report. Chevron's Global Issues Committee, a subcommittee of Chevron's Executive Committee, reviewed and validated our assessment and prioritization.

To learn more about the ESG issues that matter to our stakeholders and our business:


Our data from 2018 reflect the progress we’ve made in our environmental, health and safety, and social performance. We follow  IPIECA/API/IOGP* oil and gas industry guidance on voluntary sustainability reporting. For 2018, Chevron reported on all 34 indicators. Read the IPIECA/API/IOGP content index

*IPIECA (the global oil and gas industry association for environmental and social issues)/American Petroleum Institute/International Association of Oil & Gas Producers.

additional ESG reporting

Chevron believes that environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance is important to our success and long-term viability. We continuously strive to enhance our communication with stakeholders on ESG matters and improve our ESG performance.

To find additional ESG data and reports, please visit our ESG information center

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