Oil, Gas and Consumable Fuels
Company Overview of Chevron Global Energy Inc.
Chevron Global Energy Inc. manufactures and markets fuels and other energy products. The company provides diesel, lubricants, oils, coolants, greases, liquefied petroleum gas, and autogas. It operates convenience stores in Thailand, the Philippines, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, New Zealand, South Africa, Australia, Dubai, Kenya, Cambodia, and Uganda. The company also offers food, beverages, and other every day supplies and services; StarCard, a fuel management card to purchase fuel, lubricants, convenience store items, and services; and wash services for cars. It offers its products through alliances with other companies and national governments in Africa, Asia, China, the Middle East, an...
6001 Bollinger Canyon Road
San Ramon, CA 94583
Founded in 1936
Key Executives for Chevron Global Energy Inc.
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Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Chevron Global Energy Inc. Key Developments
Chevron Global Energy Reportedly Mulls Sale Of Caltex Australia
Mar 27 15
Chevron Global Energy Inc. is reportedly seeking sale of Caltex Australia Ltd. (ASX:CTX). “U.S. energy firm Chevron is seeking to raise up to AUD 4.62 billion ($3.6 billion) by selling its entire stake in Caltex Australia Ltd,” according to a term sheet of the deal seen by Reuters on Friday. “Chevron is offering 135 million shares at a floor price of AUD 34.20 each, a 9.7 % discount to March 27, 2015's close,” the term sheet showed. “The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE:GS) is the sole underwriter for the deal,” the terms showed. “The shares offered by Chevron represents 50% of Caltex Australia's outstanding shares,” according to Thomson Reuters data.
Caltex Presents at Citi's 6th Annual Australian Investment Conference, Oct-14-2014
Aug 26 14
Caltex Presents at Citi's 6th Annual Australian Investment Conference, Oct-14-2014 . Venue: Sheraton on the Park Hotel, 161 Elizabeth Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000, Australia.
Workers at Caltex Gas Stations in Cambodia Strike for Higher Pay, Benefits
May 12 14
Workers at Caltex gas stations in Cambodia went on strike May 12, 2014 to demand higher wages and better working conditions. A strike leader, Sar Mora, said at least 250 Cambodian employees halted work, forcing at least 17 of the country's 26 Caltex stations to suspend operations. Sar Mora said workers were demanding a minimum wage of $160 a month, up from the current pay scale of $100-$130. They are also demanding a one-month annual bonus, an annual party and day care facilities for children.
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