Aunt Edna has been our advice columnist for many years, but she’s finally hit her 90 points and decided to retire. With her departure, CAN recognizes that “Aunt Edna” isn’t the only one asking the difficult questions anymore. We want CAN to reflect that – and most importantly, to empower each of you to share your valuable experiences with each other
So, we are pleased to announce the official launch of our new blog series: Together we CAN. Each blog post will spotlight Chevron employees from across the business. Together, we will address community concerns, highlight business and industry trends, and educate others on the advanced technology behind energy development. These posts will describe the work that they do, safeguards in place, and how their team contributes to the future of energy. It will also allow us to share what being part of The Human Energy Company means to us and our communities.
Together we CAN will change the way we talk about energy. Each of us digests and responds to information differently, so this new take will incorporate communications tips and best practices to effectively share the good work we do with a wider audience. And, best of all, it leaves room for each of you to use your authentic voices. The first blog post will be published in the coming weeks!
Rising energy costs have posed hardships for so many Americans, from higher prices at the pump to increased rates for natural gas, heating, and electricity. Global demand has been rebounding since the start of the pandemic and the supply of crude to meet that increased demand has been tight. Global conflicts have also compounded that tight supply. We want to make sure you have the facts when asked about the role both Chevron and the energy industry at large are playing as these rapidly changing events unfold.
Recently, two executive actions were issued that are directly relevant to energy development on federal lands, Secretarial Order 3395 and Executive Order (Sec 208). Read more, to find out how these executive actions impact Chevron and our industry.