Chevron Corporation SWOT Analysis

July 2014
ChevronTexaco Corporation SWOT Analysis;Jul2014, p1
SWOT Analysis
A business analysis of integrated energy company Chevron Corp. is presented, focusing on its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) faced as of July 2014. Topics discussed include its presence across the energy value chain. Weaknesses include its declining financial performance. Opportunities include its planned investments for future development. Threats include the regulation of greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S.


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