Chevron restructures global upstream operations

Chevron is restructuring its global upstream operations into four operating companies.

Offshore staff

SAN RAMON, California -- Chevron is restructuring its global upstream operations into four operating companies. The organization will expand from two companies (Chevron International exploration and production and Chevron North America exploration and production) to four: Africa and Latin America; Asia-Pacific; Eurasia, Europe, and Middle East; and North America.

The groups will be led by the following senior Chevron executives:

  • James Blackwell will be president of Chevron Asia-Pacific exploration and production, based in San Ramon

  • Guy Hollingsworth will be president of Chevron Eurasia, Europe, and Middle East exploration and production, based in London

  • Gary Luquette will be president of Chevron North America exploration and production, a position he currently holds, based in Houston

  • Ali Moshiri will be president of Chevron Africa and Latin America exploration and production, based in Houston.

    Additionally, Chris Prattini will be vice president, upstream capability. This position will focus on enhancing efficiencies, standardization, and collaboration across the global upstream organization.

    "These changes reflect the significant growth of Chevron's global upstream operations over the past 15 years and position our company to manage continuing growth in the future," says George Kirkland, executive vice president upstream and gas. "It will also help expand leadership capacity across the upstream organization and create growth opportunities for the company's next generation of leaders."

    8/14/2007

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