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2015-12-10 19:20:00

CHEVRON WILL REDUCE $26.6 BLN

CHEVRON WILL REDUCE $26.6 BLN

Chevron Corp. projected capital spending plans for 2016 of $26.6 billion, which the oil giant said is 24% below expected capital and exploratory spending this year.

Chevron, the second-largest energy company in the U.S. by revenue, and other major oil companies have been cutting costs and capital spending plans in response to an extended downturn in prices for crude.

In October, Chevron said it would cut up to 10% of its workforce and, as Exxon Mobil Corp. did, it cut its future capital spending further. At the time, Chevron was trying to dial back its capital spending next year to between $25 billion and $28 billion.

Chairman and CEO John Watson said in prepared remarks on Wednesday that the 2016 capital spending plan will allow the company to complete and step up projects that are under construction and "fund high return, short-cycle investments" while preserving options for long-cycle programs.

"Given the near-term price outlook, we are exercising discretion in pacing projects that haven't reached final investment decision," he said.

The 2016 capital spending budget includes $24 billion for exploration-and-production projects, with the bulk targeted for its international upstream business. The company said about $9 billion of the spending plan is targeted for existing base producing assets, which includes shale investments. An additional $11 billion is earmarked for major projects currently under way while global exploration represents roughly $1 billion of the spending plan.

The capital program also includes $4.5 billion of spending by affiliated companies, with about 80% related to investments by Tengizchevroil LLP in Kazakhstan and Chevron's chemical joint-venture with Phillips 66 in the U.S.

wsj.com

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CHEVRON WILL CUT 1,000 

TAKEOVERS $500 BLN 

CHEVRON NET INCOME $5,2 BLN 

СОКРАЩЕНИЕ ИНВЕСТИЦИЙ $250 МЛРД. 

TOP 10 OIL COMPANIES 

CHEVRON WILL ELIMINATE 1,500

 

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