marketing and retail
London is the regional headquarters for Chevron’s Finished Lubricants operations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. It is also a regional hub for the Chevron Marine Lubricants business providing support to marine lubricant activities globally.
Our Downstream business in the United Kingdom is conducted through our subsidiary Chevron Products UK Limited. Chevron lubricants are sold under the Texaco® and Caltex® brands, along with Havoline® engine oils and coolants for passenger cars and vans, Delo® heavy duty engine oils and coolants and Techron fuel system cleaners.
Our products are sold directly or through a network of distributors.
supply and trading
Chevron’s London office is home to one of the company’s four global trading floors, along with Houston, Texas; San Ramon, California; and Singapore. The Supply and Trading organisation manages daily commodity transactions of 5 million barrels of liquids and 5 billion cubic feet of gas.
Chevron also holds an equity interest in the Shetland Island Regional Gas Export System (SIRGE) Pipeline (operated by North Sea Midstream Partners), the Graben Area Export Line (GAEL) Pipeline (operated by INEOS) and the Shearwater Elgin Area Line (SEAL) Pipeline (operated by Shell).
London is one of Shipping’s key regional offices. The London-based Shipping team provides chartering, project management and marine assurance service to support Chevron business units throughout Europe and Africa. Additionally, shipping employees in Farnborough support marine logistics for the Tengizchevroil Future Growth Project - Wellhead Pressure Management project in Kazakhstan. Shipping also operates a Marine Learning and Development Centre in Glasgow.
In 2014, Chevron Shipping opened the Marine Learning and Development Centre in Glasgow, Scotland. The training centre can provide instruction for up to 2,500 mariners per year, offering courses that cover subjects from navigation to cargo handling, as well as technical subjects such as advanced hydraulics.
chevron shipping opens marine learning and development centre in Scotland
The Glasgow centre is a state-of-the-art facility supported by some of the industry’s leading instructors, offering 30 training courses that cover navigation (bridge watch keeping, basic ship handling, collision avoidance) to cargo handling (liquid and LNG) with technical areas including advanced hydraulics among others. The centre also offers an operational and management leadership programme, as well as various programmes to help assess deck and engineering officers for promotion.