What do you expect to happen with the offices post acquisition? Will subsurface and technical staff be assigned to Greeley, Denver, or Houston?
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Chevron bought Noble to aquire the assets not the people.
They will have no need for offices full of people doing jobs they already have people for.
This is very true. Denver office gone by middle of next year and plenty of space in Greeley. No relocation will be offered b/c they don't have to... Good luck one and all.
The top four cut this deal and they ain't even gotta face a single employee. What a tragedy. And their bank accounts will be bursting at the seams while the rest look for jobs in the absolute toughest market ever experienced for the industry. Shame on them, they gave this thing away and went down without even a whimper...
Is the Denver office completely closed now? And whoever is still there, all working from home? I can't imagine how stuff that is for the technical staff needing support.
Houston or midland. No Colorado offices. Sorry chevron has not had any for a while. Maybe some field people but that’s it
CVX office closed in the 80's. My mother went to Houston and spent a couple years with them until she retired.
CVX used to have an office in DTC. I don't know how big or if it is still there.
Do you think they will end up putting the asset teams into the Greeley office, like they have in Midland? Is there enough space for that?
For the US portion you will be in Downtown Houston if your offshore or overseas project and Midland for land (except some planning engineers and SME’s). Some maybe a few will be in Covington, LA (offshore production ops)
Whatever is left in HOU, which won’t be much if you look at media coverage, will be rolled up into CVX TX offices. Greeley probably stays as is. Denver is the big question mark in my mind. Not sure how many people are even left there, but boy it seems hard to justify a presence there. Particularly given all the open space in Greeley.