July 18, 2005 |
Chevron Corp. Vice Chairman Peter Robertson has a message for rival CNOOC Ltd. -- don't take it personally. For the last month, Robertson has been the public face of Chevron as the San Ramon oil giant tries to undercut CNOOC's chances in what has become a caustic and politically charged battle for Unocal Corp. and its worldwide energy assets.
June 18, 2000 |
Chevron Corp. has something to prove. With oil and gas in great demand and prices going up, global energy companies are hot investments again. Exxon Mobil Corp. and BP Amoco, two "super-majors" created by oil's recent merger wave, sell at premium prices for their industry; Royal Dutch/Shell Group, another giant, also has the stock market's support. But investors moderate their enthusiasm for Chevron, which bid to merge with Texaco Inc. last year but was rejected.
December 10, 2004 |
ChevronTexaco Corp., the second-largest U.S. oil company, named Vice Chairman Peter Robertson to a newly created office of the chairman on Thursday, putting him in place to succeed Chairman and Chief Executive David O'Reilly. O'Reilly and Robertson, both 57, will jointly oversee operations and strategy, the San Ramon, Calif., company said. "They are anointing a successor," said Timothy Ghriskey, who manages $650 million as chief investment officer at New York-based Solaris Investment Management.
April 15, 2003 |
ChevronTexaco Corp. Chief Executive David O'Reilly and other top executives collected sharply lower bonuses for 2002, a year that included a 66% decline in net income and a $23 drop in the oil company's stock price. The San Ramon, Calif.-based company awarded O'Reilly a bonus of $700,000 for the year, down 61% from his bonus of $1.8 million in 2001. That year, however, the CEO also collected a special $3.2-million bonus for completing the merger of Chevron Corp. and Texaco Corp.
May 28, 2009 |
In a combative and sometimes colorful annual meeting, Chevron's chief executive and chairman exchanged barbs with activists over pollution in the Amazon rain forest and the company's human rights record, twice scolding speakers who addressed executives. CEO David O'Reilly told one group that its report on Chevron's policies "deserves the trash can."
April 2, 2008 |
Chevron Corp. raised Chief Executive David O'Reilly's compensation by 19% last year to $15.74 million after record oil prices lifted annual profit to an all-time high. O'Reilly's salary rose 1.9% to $1.65 million, the San Ramon, Calif., company said in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing. His bonus climbed 2.9% to $3.6 million.