Utilizing the latest proven technology coupled with highly
trained and talented professionals in all disciplines, we continuously improve
performance and strengthen competitiveness, with the goals of creating and
expanding business opportunities, building new revenue streams, reducing costs
and increasing efficiencies in all business segments.
Saudi Arabian Chevron's employees share platforms for every
process and communication. Earth scientists, HR, Supply Chain, Procurement,
Engineers, and IT professionals meet as virtual teams, bridging geography and
time zones; procurement becomes digital, and human resources specialists help
our businesses manage our global workforces.
Major enhancements to the IT infrastructure include robust backbone, computing
resources, and high speed bandwidth. Our workforce utilizes the latest proven
technology in terms of hardware and software. Governance and Information
Protection is a business enabler to improve enterprise security. Web
applications and development is also another key area where it helps the
company reduce cycle time and improve processes.
Steamflood technology has been proven to work in sandstone
reservoirs, but the PNZ marks the first time it is being employed in carbonate
reservoirs. Enhancing the recovery of the onshore PNZ's Eocene reservoirs
through steamflooding offers not only the potential for significant additional
recovery over the long term, but also for creating a significant number of
jobs, promoting technology transfer to workers, and proving up technology with
applications outside the PNZ. If successful, steamflooding could yield billions
of barrels of incremental oil recovery for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the
State of Kuwait.
With over 50 years of industry-leading heavy oil experience,
Chevron is uniquely positioned to address the technical challenges of