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Glencore to acquire Chevron’s South Africa, Botswana assets for $973m

By: Anine Kilian     6th October 2017 JSE-listed Glencore has entered into an agreement with Off The Shelf Investments Fifty Six (OTS) to acquire a 75% interest in Chevron South Africa, as well as a 100% interest in Chevron Botswana, for an aggregate consideration of $973-million. The assets comprise the interests of the Chevron... 

Chevron South Africa’s Rabbipal steps up as Sapia chair for 2017

     26th January 2017 Chevron South Africa chairperson Shashi Rabbipal has succeeded Maurice Radebe as chairperson of the South African Petroleum Industry Association (Sapia) for 2017. Rabbipal will be chairperson to the board of governors – Sapia’s governing body – which comprises ten representatives from member... 

Chevron South Africa inks three-year products and services agreement with SNC-Lavalin

By: Anine Kilian     20th October 2016 Multinational energy corporation Chevron has signed a three-year master products and service agreement with engineering and construction group SNC-Lavalin for the 2017 turnaround work at Chevron’s oil refinery, in Cape Town. The scope of work included in the service agreement covers routine... 

Chevron South Africa’s Lubricants Manufacturing Plant is awarded Best Performing Operator 2016 by the Transnet National Ports Authority in Durban and Supplier of the Year 2016 by Aftermarkets Solutions

     20th October 2016 The Transnet National Ports Authority in Durban bestowed upon Chevron South Africa’s Lubricants Manufacturing Plant at the Island View Terminal the Best Performing Terminal Operator (Island View Precinct) award for 2016. The LMP was also nominated as one of the top three terminals in terms of... 

Chevron’s Refinery in Milnerton celebrates its 50th anniversary with a Community Day celebration 

     26th September 2016 More than 800 guests marked the Milnerton Refinery’s 50th year with a guided ‘behind-the-scenes’ tour. Chevron South Africa, which markets its fuel under the Caltex brand in South Africa,   celebrated the 50th anniversary of its Cape Town Refinery, situated in Milnerton,by opening its doors to... 

Lingering clean-fuels uncertainty could ‘wipe out’ South Africa’s refineries 

By: Terence Creamer     2nd September 2016 South African Petroleum Industry Association (Sapia) chairperson Maurice Radebe has appealed for “decisive action” to resolve the prevailing policy uncertainty on cleaner fuels and how the $4.9-billion cost of upgrading the country’s existing refineries to produce such fuels will be recovered.... 

Supplier development programme launched for black businesses

     2nd September 2016 Oil refining company Chevron Corporation’s local subsidiary Chevron South Africa (SA) –  which markets its fuel under the Caltex brand – last month announced a new enterprise and supplier development (E&SD) programme aimed at improving access to its value chain for black-owned businesses.  The... 

Chevron South Africa launches supplier development programme for black businesses

By: Anine Kilian     11th August 2016 Oil and gas company Chevron South Africa, which markets its fuel under the Caltex brand, has started a new enterprise and supplier development (E&SD) programme aimed at improving access to its value chain for black-owned businesses.  The initiative is open to businesses that are 51% black-owned... 

Chevron South Africa launches supplier development programme for black businesses

     11th August 2016 Chevron South Africa, which markets its fuel under the Caltex brand, has commenced with a new Enterprise and Supplier Development programme (E&SD) that is aimed at improving access to its value chain for black-owned businesses.  The initiative is open to businesses that are fifty one percent... 

DoE ‘disturbed’ by SFF's disregard for governance processes in Chevron bid

By: Terence Creamer     30th June 2016 Department of Energy (DoE) director-general Thabane Zulu has slammed the announcement by the Strategic Fuel Fund (SFF) of its intention to bid for Chevron’s South African assets, saying the government is “disturbed at the complete disregard for governance processes by the entity in question”. On... 

Chevron South Africa and Caltex with Techron® growing innovations within the fuel segment

     23rd June 2016 Ever conscious of the needs of motorists, the Caltex™ brand has reformulated its signature additive package with the addition of new Clean & Glide Technology™.   The new active ingredients are specifically formulated to clean and protect metal surfaces within the engine. This formulation is at... 

Securing youth employment is paramount to poverty alleviation in South Africa

     9th June 2016 According to the World Economic Forum Global Risk 2014 report, South Africa has the third highest unemployment rate in the world between the ages of 15 and 24. Furthermore, the report estimates that more than 50% of this age group is unemployed. In addition, Statistics South Africa recently... 

Chevron South Africa achieves Level 4 against the revised Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Codes of Good Practice.

     19th April 2016 Chevron South Africa has attained Level 4 (100% recognition level) against the revised Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Codes of Good Practice.    The amended codes were restructured to provide greater economic opportunities to previously economically marginalised individuals and... 

New Chevron refinery GM prioritises fuel security, skills development

By: Samantha Herbst     4th April 2016 Oil company Chevron South Africa has appointed Victor Bester as GM of its Cape Town Refinery, in Milnerton. Commenting on his appointment, Bester said that fuel security and skills development remained top priorities for the country and that Chevron South Africa’s commitment to safely... 

Programme to boost transformation in the oil industry reaches ten-year milestone

     11th March 2016 Entrepreneur investors in South Africa’s petroleum sector have successfully managed to overcome what can be high barriers to entry through a partnership with Chevron South Africa. Chevron South Africa’s Caltex Branded Marketer programme was developed to help integrate new entrants into the  value... 

People living with disabilities trained for jobs in petroleum industry

     30th November 2015 Chevron South Africa invests in the recruitment and training of people living with disabilities South Africa commemorates National Disability Rights Awareness Month, November 2015   Employment figures released by the Commission for Employment Equity reveal that less than one per cent of the total... 

Chevron S Africa welcomes new chairperson

By: Creamer Media Reporter      9th October 2015 Energy company Chevron South Africa has appointed Shashi Rabbipal as its new executive chairperson. He would lead the company’s corporate governance team, steer the company’s continued progress on transformation and focus on establishing and maintaining relationships with key external stakeholder... 

Chevron Refinery in Milnerton opened its doors to the community

     14th September 2015 Community members were treated to a day of fun and learning at the Chevron Cape Town Refinery, which opened its doors and hosted its second Community Day, guiding approximately500 visitors on a tour around its refinery situated in Milnerton on Saturday, 12 September 2015. Doug Pottenger, General... 

Chevron refinery completes planned maintenance and inspections

By: Kimberley Smuts     4th September 2015 Comprising a network of Caltex service stations and a refinery, as well as a sizeable supply and trading organisation, Chevron South Africa  recently restarted production at its Milnerton-based refinery, in Cape Town, shortly after one if its most significant and successfully planned maintenance... 

Collective effort required for social change, says Chevron South Africa

     8th July 2015 Addressing the triple challenges of unemployment, poverty and inequality are the focus of Government’s radical socio-economic transformation. This is particularly challenging in a slow growth economy that is shedding jobs. According to Stats SA, unemployment is at 26.4% - the highest since 2013... 

Chevron chairperson resigns

By: Natalie Greve     8th July 2015 Chevron South Africa, which operates in the country under the Caltex brand, has this week confirmed the resignation of chairperson Nobuzwe Mbuyisa, who would now take on a new role with another unnamed organisation. This came a month after Mbuysia was succeeded as South African Petroleum Industry... 

Chevron won’t appeal enviro green light for CT fuel storage facility

By: Natasha Odendaal     29th June 2015 Oil major Chevron on Monday said it would not appeal the Western Cape Department of Environmental Affairs and Development Planning’s (DEA&DP’s) decision to approve the construction of a new independent liquid fuel storage and distribution facility in Cape Town. The company, which had opposed the... 

R440m WC refinery maintenance shutdown successfully completed 

By: Creamer Media Reporter      6th May 2015 Chevron South Africa, which trades under the Caltex brand, has restarted production at its 110 000 bl/d crude oil refinery in Milnerton, in the Western Cape, after one if its most significant and successfully planned maintenance and safety inspections in which it invested about R440-million. The... 

Learning centre boosts subjects requirements

     20th March 2015 International petroleum refiner and marketer Chevron South Africa (SA) – which retails under the Caltex brand locally – opened a science learning centre on October 20, 2014 at Bosmansdam High School, in Bothasig, Cape Town. 

Western Cape MEC for Education unveils new investment by Chevron South Africa to bolster maths and science education

     21st October 2014 Chevron South Africa, which retails under the Caltex brand, today celebrated the opening of a science learning centre at Bosmansdam High School in Bothasig, Cape Town. The company donated over half a million rand towards the development of the centre to enhance maths and science education at the... 

Competition Commission seeks maximum penalty as probe unearths diesel price fixing 

By: Idéle Esterhuizen     24th October 2012 The Competition Commission has referred a case of alleged price fixing and market division in the supply of diesel to the Competition Tribunal for adjudication and has called for the maximum penalties to be imposed on Chevron South Africa, Engen, Shell South Africa, Total South Africa, Sasol and... 

Chevron headquarters, South Africa

By: Lisete Bigala     16th March 2012 Chevron South Africa's new headquarters will be located on a 9 000 m2 site in Century City, in the Western Cape.  

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