creating prosperity bringing together people, resources and expertise to deliver meaningful change on a local level
our economic contribution
As our Western Australian operations transform us into one of the leading liquefied natural gas suppliers, we believe we have an important role to play in helping the State thrive and prosper.
Our development of the Gorgon and Wheatstone natural gas projects, together with our other activities in Australia, are creating enduring benefits that will help shape Australia’s economic future.
We work closely with governments, non-government organisations (NGOs) and community leaders on partnerships that deliver long-term social and economic benefits, create prosperity and improve quality of life now and for generations to come.
supporting healthy communities
helping kids hear and speak
We’ve been partnering with Telethon Speech & Hearing since 2011 to develop a best practice model of ear care health for the Pilbara, preventing middle ear disease and improving child health.
Through our partnership, we’re helping children with speech, language or hearing impairments learn to listen and speak, ultimately improving their school readiness and learning outcomes.
years of partnership
ear health screenings
improving the lives of burns injury patients
Chevron Australia has partnered with the Fiona Wood Foundation since 2013, investing in cutting edge research, education and training in burn care technology to revolutionise treatment methods and improve health care outcomes for people affected by burns injuries.
funding research into burns
Led by world-renowned reconstructive surgeon and skin repair specialist, Professor Fiona Wood, the Fiona Wood Foundation is also helping Chevron facilitate a community education program, raising awareness of burns care and prevention by teaching suitable first aid and safety measures.
investing in tomorrow's workforce
At Chevron we are dedicated to fostering the next generation of big thinkers. We partner with governments, non-government organisations and community leaders to improve education outcomes in our communities and provide Western Australians with greater access to local job opportunities.
powering careers in energy
Our Powering Careers in Energy (PCiE) program invests in the young minds that will help shape Australia’s energy future and aims to increase energy literacy in schools to improve students’ skills and training outcomes.
years of powering careers
WA secondary students have completed the PCiE program
supporting aboriginal leadership
We're partnering with the WA Aboriginal Leadership Institute to expand their Women's Leadership program, which empowers participants to strengthen their families and communities through leadership.
fostering STEM in WA schools
In 2021, Chevron celebrates 15 years of partnership and collaboration with Scitech – one of Western Australia’s key science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) institutions.
Our community partnership empowers educators and inspires students to enjoy and engage with STEM and the exciting career paths it can lead to in the energy industry.
STEM outreach with earth science WA
Chevron Australia is proudly partnering with Earth Science WA to improve the quality of earth sciences and increase STEM interest and outreach amongst WA students and teachers.
women in engineering
Run in partnership with South Metropolitan TAFE, the Women in Engineering program offers women a unique opportunity to begin a career in the energy sector.learn more
The Aboriginal Traineeship program provides participants with the opportunity to gain on-the-job skills and experience while working towards a formal qualification.learn more