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Chevron Energía de México, S. de R.L. de C.V., operator of Block 22,
announced Wednesday the launch of two social investment initiatives
designed to increase access to educational opportunities and
professional development in the State of Tabasco.
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Evelyn Vílchez, Country Manager of Chevron Energía de México interacting with restaurant owners of Tabasco who will be beneficiaries of the social investment program. (Photo: Business Wire)
“Chevron, on behalf of Block 22, is proud to invest in programs that
help prepare young and working Tabascans to succeed in their respective
fields,” said Evelyn Vílchez, Country Manager of Chevron Energía de
México. “Through these initiatives, we reiterate the Block’s commitment
to support education and youth development programs as critical elements
for continued social and economic development.”
“INPEX is honored to take part in these initiatives as a member of Block
22,” said Ryo Manabe, President of INPEX E&P México. “We hope our
commitment to support education and youth advancement programs will
contribute to the further development of the local communities.” INPEX
holds a 35 percent interest in Block 22.
Donations and sponsorship support from the Block partners, as well as
partnerships with Mexican nonprofit organizations, enable the following
• Scholarships for Environmental Social Management: In
partnership with the U.S. Embassy in Mexico and Fondo Unido-United Way
Mexico, this technical certification program offers courses in the areas
of sustainability, corporate social responsibility and planning among
others, with a focus on the energy industry. The program is designed for
qualifying students from Universidad Politécnica del Golfo de México and
Universidad Politécnica del Centro. A total of 32 scholarships
will be available through this program.
• Waiters Without Borders Workforce Training: In partnership with Enseña
por México and the Student Chapter of the Society of Petroleum
Engineers from Universidad Politécnica del Golfo de México, this
workforce training program offers English-language, culinary and tourism
courses to waiters working in the restaurant industry of the Puerto
Ceiba, El Bellote, Chiltepec, El Chivero, Las Flores, Union, and Barra
de Tupilco communities. English-language development will enable
restaurant professionals the opportunity to strengthen their skillset
and advance their careers in the region’s growing hospitality industry.
A total of 60 qualifying applicants will be able to receive
accreditation through this program.
Furthermore, in the next few months an additional initiative will be
implemented to offer university scholarships for students of fishing
communities. The scholarship support will benefit qualifying students of
fishing families from communities of Puerto Ceiba, Chiltepec, Nuevo
Torno Largo, Carrizal and El Bellote communities, among others.
The signing ceremony for the programs, held at the Marriott Villahermosa
Hotel, brought together local leaders and nonprofit representatives.
“The best formula for better job opportunities is through education and
workforce development,” said Mauricio Olan, President of the Paraíso
Escondido Restaurant Co-Op. “We are grateful to the partners in Block 22
for their support of these programs, which will have a long-lasting
positive impact on the lives of students and service professionals in
"For the Embassy, these types of initiatives are more important than
ever to continue developing the workforce that makes North America a
more dynamic and competitive region," said Susan Elbow, Minister
Counselor for Public Affairs.
About Chevron Energía de México
Chevron Corporation’s (NYSE: CVX) subsidiary, Chevron Energía de México,
S de R.L. de C.V., is the operator of two Mexico deepwater license
consortiums, Block 3 and Block 22, located in the Gulf of Mexico’s
Perdido and Salina Basin respectively.
About Chevron Corporation
Chevron Corporation is one of the world's leading integrated energy
companies. Through its subsidiaries that conduct business worldwide, the
company is involved in virtually every facet of the energy industry.
Chevron explores for, produces and transports crude oil and natural gas;
refines, markets and distributes transportation fuels and lubricants;
manufactures and sells petrochemicals and additives; generates power;
and develops and deploys technologies that enhance business value in
every aspect of the company's operations. Chevron is based in San Ramon,
Calif. More information about Chevron is available at www.chevron.com.
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