Board Member Profile

Energy Future For All.

Chevron has operated in Colorado on the Western Slope since the early 20th century.  The company’s purchase of Noble Energy now enables Chevron to participate in the Denver-Julesburg (DJ) basin, combining the values, community focus, and advanced skills of both companies. 


In 1879, a group of explorers and merchants established the Pacific Coast Oil Co which, through consolidation with Iowa Standard, became Standard Oil Co. Over the next 115 years, the company expanded organically and through acquisition to become the second-largest oil and gas producer in the U.S. with upstream, mid-stream, and downstream assets across the globe.  

Chevron works to provide the energy that enables human progress around the world, and it strives to be the global energy company most admired for its people, partnership, and performance. 

A Leader in Protecting People and the Environment

Electric power for compression engines & drilling rigs to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Tankless facilities that reduce emissions and operations’ surface footprint

Operations control center that monitors the field 24 hours a day

"Chevron joined the AC-REP because we know that civic and economic problems and opportunities never stop or start at a boundary line. A regional approach is more effective in bringing diverse stakeholders and ideas to the table and collaborating for success. The AC-REP is a model for cooperation that is increasingly essential in a growing Colorado."

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Deb Durand

VP, Investor & Community Relations