reports and filings

extractive sector transparency measures act

In December 2014, the Canadian Government passed the ESTMA which requires Canadian companies to disclose payments made to governments. Chevron Canada’s disclosures for the past five years can be found below.

Chevron Canada believes that the transparent and accurate accounting of revenues received by governments and payments made by extractive-industry companies to governments contributes to stable, long-term investment climates, economic growth and the well-being of communities.

Previous disclosures:

fighting against forced labour and child labour in supply chains

The Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act came into force January 1, 2024 and requires certain businesses to disclose their efforts in preventing and reducing the risk that forced labour or child labour is used by them or in their supply chains. 

Chevron Canada recognizes that companies have a responsibility to respect human rights and can also play a positive role in the communities where they operate. Our commitment to respecting human rights is embodied in our Human Rights Policy, The Chevron Way, our Operational Excellence Management System and our Business Conduct and Ethics Code.

Read about our human rights policy.

This Modern Slavery Report addresses the reporting period of January 1, 2023 to December 31, 2023 as mandated by the Act.