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Mike Wirth

Mike Wirth serves as an Executive Vice President of Chevron Global Downstream LLC. Mr. Wirth has been an Executive Vice President of Midstream and Development at Chevron Corporation since January 1, 2016 served as Executive Vice President of Downstream & Chemicals since 2006. He served as Executive Vice President of Global Refining Marketing Lubricants Supply & Trading at Chevron Corporation. Mr. Wirth served as Executive Vice President of Global Downstream at Chevron since March 2006. He served as the President of Global Supply and Trading of Chevron from July 14, 2003 to 2006. He joined Chevron in 1982 as a Design Engineer. He served as Senior Retail Manager of Marketing for Western operations at Chevron since 1998 and General Manager of Retail Marketing since 1999, where he was responsible for all aspects of its U.S. retail activities, including sales, brand management, advertising, pricing, credit card operations, e-business, real estate and construction. Mr. Wirth served as President of Marketing for Caltex since July 2000. He was responsible for Caltex Corp.'s system wide retail, wholesale and aviation fuels marketing businesses in Asia and Africa. Mr. Wirth served as President, Global Supply and Trading for Asia/Middle East/Africa Marketing Business Unit at ChevronTexaco since October 2001. He served as a Non Executive Director of Amplefield Limited. He served as a Director of Caltex Australia and LG-Caltex. Mr. Wirth holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Colorado, USA.
Bio last updated 21 Mar 2016

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2016
Executive Vice-President
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