Chevron has roots in the early California oil industry and traces its earliest history back to the Pacific Coast Oil Company. After early success in all aspects of the oil industry—form exploration and production to refining and final marketing—the company expanded into other basins in California, across the United States and abroad. Today, Chevron is one of the world's leading energy companies, with approximately 58,000 employees working in countries around the world. We explore, produce and transport crude oil and natural gas; refine, market and distribute fuels and other energy products; manufacture and sell petrochemical products; generate power; and develop future energy resources, including biofuels and geothermal energy.
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To be the energy company most admired for its people, partnerships and performance
To help OU veterans understand and communicate how their military experience qualifies them for technical positions needed in industry today.
- Sponsors two scholarships for veterans in engineering
- Provides monetary sponsorship to the OU chapter of the SVA
- Conduct student workshops on resume development and interviewing with Chevron veterans who have transitioned from military service to the private sector
- Annual career fair and job interviewing visits to the OU campus
Warren CAT's history derives from the family values, traditions, and Texas roots of the Warren Family. The family's association with Caterpillar® began in 1971 when Johnny Warren was named General Manager of Compressor Systems Inc (CSI). CSI manufactured natural gas-powered compressors and equipped them with Caterpillar gas engines in a sales territory covering numerous counties in West Texas - from Odessa to Abilene.
The petroleum industry proved to be profitable as the price of oil and gas soared, and in 1975 Johnny Warren, along with the Warren and Vineyard families, purchased CSI and formed what would become Warren Equipment Company.
Johnny Warren passed away in 1999, but his vision and legacy would live on. An organizational plan was developed through collective efforts of the family, board members and Caterpillar, which would carry on the values established by Mr. Warren.
On March 2, 2015, t he Board of Directors of Warren Equipment Company announced the election of James C. Nelson as President of Warren Equipment Company (WEC) and also to the board of directors. Mr. Nelson remains Dealer Principal and President of Warren CAT. Under his expanded leadership, Warren CAT continues to aggressively address the needs of its construction, agriculture, governmental, mining and oil & gas customers with world-class equipment, parts and service.
Point of Contact Mark Horner, office 432-571-8414
To achieve our vision by being top performers in everything we do.
To be the Dealership of Choice for all our stakeholders.
Career workshops, mock interviews, resume workshops, internships, event donations, preference given to veterans in interviews for job opportunities.