News

Chevron selling HQ, moving to new San Ramon site; employees given option to relocate to Texas

Transition expected to be completed in late 2023

International energy giant Chevron Corp., perhaps San Ramon's most well-known corporate resident, plans to sell its headquarters plaza off Bollinger Canyon Road and move to a yet-undisclosed new leased space in the city while allowing some locally based employees to voluntarily relocate to Houston, the company announced in recent days.

The move is expected to take place during the third quarter during 2023, according to Chevron.

"The current real estate market provides the opportunity to right-size our office space to meet the requirements of our headquarters-based employee population," Chevron said in a statement. "An option for San Ramon-based employees to voluntarily relocate to Houston will be offered as part of this move."

The company did not elaborate on the number of employees impacted nor what the "right-sizing" would look like in the end.

Chevron did say its plan would be to "remain headquartered in California, where the company has a 140-year history and operations and partnerships throughout the state."

Help sustain the local news you depend on.

Your contribution matters. Become a member today.

Join

A Fortune 500 company, ranked 16th on the magazine's list for 2022, Chevron is a multinational energy corporation best known for its work in the oil, gasoline and natural gas industries.

The company's 92-acre headquarters, Chevron Park, is located on Chevron Drive just off Bollinger Canyon Road -- blocks from Interstate 680 and across the street from the heart of Bishop Ranch Business Park.

Stay informed

Get the latest local news and information sent straight to your inbox.

Stay informed

Get the latest local news and information sent straight to your inbox.

Jeremy Walsh
 
Jeremy Walsh, a Benicia native and American University alum, joined Embarcadero Media in November 2013. After serving as associate editor for the Pleasanton Weekly and DanvilleSanRamon.com, he was promoted to editor of the East Bay Division in February 2017. Read more >>

Follow PleasantonWeekly.com and the Pleasanton Weekly on Twitter @pleasantonnews, Facebook and on Instagram @pleasantonweekly for breaking news, local events, photos, videos and more.

Get uninterrupted access to important local political news. Become a member today.

Chevron selling HQ, moving to new San Ramon site; employees given option to relocate to Texas

Transition expected to be completed in late 2023

by / Danville San Ramon

Uploaded: Tue, Jun 28, 2022, 4:45 am

International energy giant Chevron Corp., perhaps San Ramon's most well-known corporate resident, plans to sell its headquarters plaza off Bollinger Canyon Road and move to a yet-undisclosed new leased space in the city while allowing some locally based employees to voluntarily relocate to Houston, the company announced in recent days.

The move is expected to take place during the third quarter during 2023, according to Chevron.

"The current real estate market provides the opportunity to right-size our office space to meet the requirements of our headquarters-based employee population," Chevron said in a statement. "An option for San Ramon-based employees to voluntarily relocate to Houston will be offered as part of this move."

The company did not elaborate on the number of employees impacted nor what the "right-sizing" would look like in the end.

Chevron did say its plan would be to "remain headquartered in California, where the company has a 140-year history and operations and partnerships throughout the state."

A Fortune 500 company, ranked 16th on the magazine's list for 2022, Chevron is a multinational energy corporation best known for its work in the oil, gasoline and natural gas industries.

The company's 92-acre headquarters, Chevron Park, is located on Chevron Drive just off Bollinger Canyon Road -- blocks from Interstate 680 and across the street from the heart of Bishop Ranch Business Park.

Comments

Post a comment

Sorry, but further commenting on this topic has been closed.