Sunday, July 21, 2019

Chevron Richmond Refinery Speaks

This is page contains information about the Chevron Richmond Refinery, as well as Chevron Product Company’s views on issues important to the company and the Richmond, CA community.

Get to know an Engineer at the Richmond Technology Center

Name: Peter Fuentes-Afflick Job at Chevron: Senior Staff Engineer at the Richmond Technology Center Years with Chevron: 27 Education: University of Michigan, MS in Mechanical Engineering Born in: Kingston, Jamaica What do you like best about your job? My favorite part of my job is...

Get to know Chevron Richmond Refinery’s new Public Affairs Manager

Name: Patricia (Patty) Canessa Job at Chevron…. Public Affair Manager for Chevron Richmond Refinery. Years with Chevron:  10 Education: B.A. from University of Mobile and M.A from Troy University in Alabama Lives in….Richmond, Carriage Hills neighborhood   Tell me about...
No environmental or health risks posed by noise incident at Richmond Refinery

Update regarding flaring activity at the Chevron Richmond Refinery

We wanted to provide an update regarding the flaring that occurred this past Tuesday, April 21 at the Richmond Refinery. Earlier today, we submitted a follow up report to the Contra Costa County Health Services Department...
Update regarding flaring activity at the Chevron Richmond Refinery

Survey finds Richmond Refinery safety culture strong

A statement from Chevron U.S.A. Inc.: We at Chevron U.S.A. Inc. share the Chemical Safety Board’s goal of ensuring that the industry learns something whenever there is an incident. We will carefully consider the recommendations...
The 164-acre Breuner Marsh – a coastal area just south of Point Pinole Regional Shoreline that is being restored to wetlands – just got some new residents.

Chevron Speaks: Preserving and restoring natural ecosystems at Richmond Refinery

This Chevron Speaks item was authored by Pascha McAlister, Environmental Specialist at Chevron Richmond: Many of our neighbors might be surprised to know that the Richmond Refinery is home to many different species, including hundreds...
Chevron to allow public agency to oversee probe into flaring to ensure transparency

Richmond refinery update: ‘No health impact’ from flaring activity

Updated statement from Chevron Richmond, published 3:50 p.m. Thursday: We understand that the community has questions about the flaring activity which happened last night. We also recognize that the sight of flames coming from the...

Why the election mattered

A statement from Chevron Richmond: For more than 112 years, the Richmond Refinery has been proud to serve as a vital part of Richmond –creating jobs for residents, supporting small businesses that drive the local...
Chevron will begin accepting applications for Refinery Maintenance Trainees positions at the Richmond Refinery.

Chevron Richmond is hiring for Refinery Maintenance Trainees positions

Beginning Friday, Chevron will begin accepting applications for Refinery Maintenance Trainees positions at the Richmond Refinery. We want to make you aware of this information before it is formally advertised. Individuals interested in applying should...
Environmental group's settlement with air district over Chevron modernization doesn't clear path for construction.

Major inaccuracies in KPIX 5 story on Chevron Richmond modernization project

This Chevron Speaks submission was written by officials with Chevron Richmond and published in the Richmond Standard by editor Mike Aldax. A story recently aired by KPIX 5 San Francisco painted an inaccurate picture of...
Environmental group's settlement with air district over Chevron modernization doesn't clear path for construction.

Newer, safer, cleaner – and other common sense reasons for refinery modernization

This Chevron Speaks submission was written by officials with Chevron Richmond and published in the Richmond Standard by editor Mike Aldax. The release of the environmental impact report (EIR) on the Chevron Richmond Refinery Modernization...

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