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Stockholder Meeting to Be Held on Wednesday, May 30, 2018.










SAN RAMON, CA 94583-2324






Meeting Information

Meeting Type:           Annual
For holders as of:      April 2, 2018
Date:  May 30, 2018              Time:  8:00 a.m., PDT
Location:    Chevron Park Auditorium

  6001 Bollinger Canyon Road

  San Ramon, CA 94583


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Proxy Materials Available to VIEW or RECEIVE:

    Notice of the 2018 Annual Meeting, the 2018 Proxy Statement, and the 2017 Annual Report    


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Important Notice Regarding Admission to the 2018 Annual Meeting

Stockholders or their legal proxy holders who wish to attend the Annual Meeting must pre-register with and obtain an admission letter from Chevron’s Corporate Governance Department. Letters will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Requests for admission letters must be received by Chevron no later than 5:00 p.m. PDT on Thursday, May 24, 2018. For complete instructions for pre-registering and obtaining an admission letter, see page 84 of the Proxy Statement.










Voting Items


Your Board recommends you vote FOR the election of

the following Board Nominees for Director 1a through 1j:



  1a. W. M. Austin


  1b. J. B. Frank


  1c. A. P. Gast


  1d. E. Hernandez, Jr.


  1e. C. W. Moorman IV


  1f. D. F. Moyo


  1g. R. D. Sugar


  1h. I. G. Thulin


  1i. D. J. Umpleby III


  1j. M. K. Wirth

Your Board recommends you vote FOR Board proposals 2 and 3:


2. Ratification of Appointment of PWC as Independent Registered Public Accounting Firm


3. Advisory Vote to Approve Named Executive Officer Compensation

Your Board recommends you vote AGAINST stockholder proposals 4 through 10:


4. Report on Lobbying


5. Report on Feasibility of Policy on Not Doing Business With Conflict Complicit Governments


6. Report on Transition to a Low Carbon Business Model


7. Report on Methane Emissions


8. Adopt Policy on Independent Chairman


9. Recommend Independent Director with Environmental Expertise


10. Set Special Meetings Threshold at 10%