Statement of support
Engagement with the EITI
Chevron is confident that the EITI's multi-stakeholder approach, which ensures the full representation of governments, extractive industry companies and civil society, is the best approach for providing transparency in company payments and government revenues in resource-rich countries.
Chevron is part of the multi-stakeholder groups in Norway, the Philippines and the Republic of Congo. The company has also been a member of multi-stakeholder groups in several countries implementing the EITI Standard and it encourages countries where it operates to join the EITI. Chevron is one of the longest continuous serving members of the international EITI Board and is currently a member of the international EITI Board 2019-2021.
The company has provided financial support for global conferences and other EITI related activities. For instance, in October 2014 in Myanmar, the company conducted a joint training session for civil society representatives from Southeast Asia on the basics of the oil and gas industry.
Chevron’s sustainability reporting focusses on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues that are important to its business and stakeholders. Chevron currently discloses data on a number of issues recommended in the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) for oil and gas exploration and production, midstream and refining and marketing standards.
To read bout Chevron’s sustainability approach please visit Chevron's website.