Island Energy Services LLC, the company that took over the Hawaii-based assets of Chevron Corp., is celebrating its one-year anniversary in the Islands on Wednesday. To view article, click here. (Subscription Required).
Fifty-eight years ago, Standard Oil Company, later known as Chevron U.S.A., broke ground for a refinery on 263 acres at Mālakole Street, and began production two years later. Click here to view story.
It was 1974, in Casper, Wyoming, 30 degrees below zero, with snow drifts to high that Tom Wellman couldn’t get to school. Click here to view story.
After nearly 90 years in business, Oahu’s last Chevron gas station began its transition Wednesday into a Texaco station. Click here to view story. (Subscription Required)
Hawaii’s oil and natural gas industry has remained largely stable despite the state’s push toward 100 percent renewable energy by 2045 and falling fossil fuel demand. Click here to view article. (Subscription Required).
Kapolei, Hawaii – Island Energy Services, LLC has put a portfolio of 12 convenience stores up for sale. Click here to view story.
It will be the company’s first new gas station since 2001. Click here to view article. (Subscription Required).
Drivers may have noticed Hilo’s Chevron gas stations quietly converted to Texaco stations last week, part of a re-branding of Chevron stations statewide expected to continue through the year. To view article, click here.
As Hawaiʻi’s Chevron gas stations rebrand as Texaco, the fuel and services will remain the same, owners say. To view article, click here.
The Hawaiʻi High School Athletic Association Chevron State Wrestling Tournament takes place this weekend, bringing in more than 400 athletes from 52 schools together to compete during the state’s largest state’s largest high school wrestling event. To view article, click here.