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Journalism & Communication
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CORPORATE RESEARCH PAPER Table of Contents Introduction 3 The Foreign Exchange (FX) and Risk Management Policy of Chevron 6 Chevron’s utilization of derivatives for funding, investing, and other price risks 11 Extent of the Chevron’s offshore and Euro market funding and investing activities 13 Conclusion 15 Works Cited 16 Appendices 17 2.Geographical Breakdown of Assets 18 3.Geographical Breakdown of Income 18 4.
As of the financial year 2011, Chevron generated a sales value worth $244 billion and the net income attributable to the company during the same period was $27 billion. The profitability of the company can be gauged from the fact that the net income per share of the company during 2011 was $13.44, while the company also paid cash dividends worth $3.09 per share. The return on capital and the return on equity of Chevron during as of 2011 were 21.6% and 23.8% respectively (Chevron, 2012). Though the company is instituted in California, in the United States, Chevron has business activities throughout the world in over 120 countries. The following figure represents the geographic reach of Chevron across the world, by means of onshore operations, offshore operations, pipelines or refineries. Figure 1: Global Reach of Chevron Corporation (Juhasz, 2009) In 2011, the average net production of Chevron was 2.673 million oil barrels for every day, of which around 75% of the volume was produced from countries other than the United States (Chevron, 2012). ...
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