ChevronTexaco Renamed Chevron


ChevronTexaco announced Monday that it has changed its name to Chevron Corp., reverting to an identity used before the 2001 merger of Chevron and Texaco Inc. The company, which is based in San Ramon, Calif., said it made the change to convey a clear, strong and unified presence.

The company also said it will maintain the Chevron, Texaco and Caltex retail brands and its portfolio of lubricant brands – such as Delo and Havoline – in order to take advantage of respective strengths in various parts of the world. The company also introduced a refreshed version of the old Chevron logo.

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Chevron was the purchasing party in the 2001 deal with Texaco, although the transaction was generally referred to as a merger. Chevron is now the worlds fifth-largest supplier of finished lubricants, according to Fuchs Petrolub AG.

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