Chevron needs energy advocates like you to lend your voices to the energy policy discussion.

Please join the Chevron Advocacy Network at chevronadvocacynetwork.com.

During your career at Chevron you helped to define the company and the industry among your families, friends and communities. This experience makes yours among the most credible and trusted voices on energy issues and policies.

We’re pleased to announce that Chevron has established a new Stakeholder Advocacy Team which is fully dedicated to the Chevron Advocacy Network. This network unifies the voices of employees, retirees, business partners, and friends and families to promote jobs and strengthen local economies by showing broad support for oil and natural gas development.

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Register to join the Chevron Advocacy Network today. Joining this network will enable you to speak up in pursuit of energy policies that are informed by the facts and the knowledge of what the company and industry really mean to people and communities across this country.

As a member, you will get:

  • Updates on important issues affecting the company
  • Access to exclusive advocacy resources and tools
  • Opportunities to engage with policymakers and other advocates when key issues arise in your community
  • The ability to take quick action in support of policies that strengthen our nation’s energy future

Whether it’s a local issue in your community or a national issue that could affect communities across our country, the Chevron Advocacy Network is your vehicle to tell the real story of Chevron and the oil and gas industry.

Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the company. We look forward to working with you to achieve a stronger, more secure energy future for our communities, our families, and the company.

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