the chevron way
Chevron’s vision is to be the global energy company most admired for its people, partnership and performance.
This report highlights how we are working to excel in each of those areas to achieve both our company’s vision and our community’s vision for improving the quality of life for residents of Jackson County, the coastal region and the entire state of Mississippi.
This was a busy year for the Chevron Pascagoula Refinery. More than 1,500 employees and a daily average of roughly 2,500 contractors worked almost 7 million hours to provide high-quality energy products to our customers and value to our investors. We work hard to operate safely and responsibly, to be a good corporate citizen, and to be a partner in the community’s progress.
Chevron has been part of Jackson County for more than 50 years, and throughout that time we have been proud to support programs that help make this community such a special place. In 2016, Chevron employees volunteered more than 8,300 hours with organizations and non-profits throughout the area. Overall, employees pledged nearly $435,000 in charitable donations this year, which was combined with contributions from Chevron to total nearly $1 million.
We also continued our efforts in economic development, our investment in local students, and our focus on health and the environment. Whether expanding STEM education in Jackson County schools, encouraging environmental stewardship, or collecting food and toys to benefit local families in need, we are grateful for the people and partnerships that make these efforts successful.
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