We are Chevron Pascagoula Refinery. We are energy experts. We are operators, mechanics, inspectors, engineers, and professionals.
Chevron fuels innovation, growth, and progress around the world and in our backyard. We harness the power of human energy. Whether partnering with non-profits, participating in the annual United Way campaign, or supporting employees and retirees who volunteer their time and talents, the Pascagoula Refinery makes a positive difference.
Inclusion and diversity are key drivers of our success. Our eight employee networks provide opportunities for enrichment and professional development, as well as venues for strengthening relationships and communication. The Pascagoula Refinery was one of 12 corporations honored by ourMississippi Magazine in 2016 for our diversity efforts.
We are human energy.
retirees stay connected, informed
Members of the Chevron Retirees Association join together periodically to hear from guest speakers and remain informed about the company’s operations. The Pascagoula Refinery also hosts a holiday banquet for retirees each year, with attendance for the 2016 event nearing 400 people.
refinery honored for diversity practices
Chevron was among 12 corporations honored for their diversity efforts at the 3rd annual ourMississippi Honors Gala in 2016. The event, hosted by ourMIssissippi Magazine, recognizes Mississippi corporations for their efforts in promoting diversity and inclusion.
hands-on help at CASA
The Human Resources team at the Pascagoula Refinery completed a service project for the Jackson County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) in July. Volunteers assembled marketing materials, including blue CASA ribbon pins and painted CASA logo plaques. The materials are used during CASA events throughout the year.
helping out by stocking up
The Finance group at the Pascagoula Refinery set aside time to help stock the food pantry at The Salvation Army in Pascagoula. They also sorted and moved goods, removed any expired food items, and leveled the pantry shelves.
training to protect wildlife
Chevron volunteers completed a hands-on workshop to learn how to respond to waterfowl during an oil spill.
The Oiled Wildlife Response Workshop was taught by experts from the Wildlife Center of Texas and hosted by the Pascagoula River Audubon Center (PRAC) to train Chevron and PRAC volunteers on how to capture, triage and clean wildlife.
specialized training for volunteer firefighters
More than 60 volunteer firefighters from stations in Jackson, George and Mobile (Ala.) counties attended the free annual training event hosted by the Pascagoula Refinery Plant Protection Department in April.