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This position leads Chevron's efforts to manage U.S. state and local climate change initiatives, legislation and regulations including issues related to market-based mechanisms, CCS/CCUS and other GHG emissions management. This position conducts analysis of potential business implications and opportunities because of the climate-related regulations and legislation. It works with the State Government Affairs teams on regulatory and legislative issues and serves as an advisor to business units on the development of advocacy positions and messaging. This position will also provide supplementary support on U.S. Federal legislative and regulatory climate issues, as needed. Additionally, the position will work with internal stakeholders in upstream, downstream, midstream, OE/HES, Energy Transitions Team, Corporate Strategic Planning and Corporate Governance on these same issues.
Responsibilities for this position may include but are not limited to: