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A Plug for Energy Efficiency

and Renewables

David Stone
Senior Vice President
Chevron Energy Solutions

April 27, 2011

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Long-Term Global Energy Demand Is Growing

Global demand will rise roughly 40% through 2030

Global Energy Demand


Million Tonnes of Oil-Equivalent

17,000
Renewable & Other
Nuclear

Coal

Natural Gas

Oil

0
2007 2020 2030
Source: IEA World Energy Outlook 2009

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We Need All Forms of Energy

It’s an
“and”world
Conventional and unconventionals
Oil, gas, coal and nuclear

…and alternatives and renewables


Geothermal, solar, wind and biofuels

…and energy efficiency


The easiest, most cost effective and
reliable form of “new” energy available

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Chevron Is Developing All Forms of Affordable Energy

Conventional Fuels
Finding and Developing the Next
Trillion Barrels

Alternative Fuels
Converting Unconventional Resources
with Molecular Transformation

Renewable Fuels
Building Industrial-Scale, Sustainable
Business Models

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Chevron’s Alternative Energy Focus

Invest in renewable energy technologies…


Capture profitable positions
Tomorrow Today

EMERGING DEMONSTRATION COMMERCIAL

CTV: Ocean CTV: Non - Conv CTV: Solar - to - Steam CES: Fuel Cells Global Power & IBU: Geothermal
Energy Geothermal

CES: LED Lighting

CES: Solar PV Global Power: Wind


CTV: Biofuels

CTV: Waste Heat Recovery

CTV: Hydrogen

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Chevron Energy Solutions:
Efficiency, Reliability, Renewable Power

Lighting Energy Solar Fuel Cells Biomass Cogeneration


& HVAC Controls

FACT: Energy efficiency and conservation are the most


affordable and readily available sources of “new” energy

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Clean Energy Opportunities Are Growing

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EXAMPLE PROJECTS

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U.S. Postal Service

 U.S.’s first fuel cell/solar renewable


power plant
 With efficiency upgrades, USPS saves
$1.23 million annually (46% reduction
in electricity purchases)

INSIDE – ENERGY EFFICIENCY OUTSIDE – SOLAR AND FUEL CELL

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Contra Costa College Community College District
Northern California

 Solar panels on parking lot


canopies: 3,200 kW of power
 High-efficiency lighting
 Energy management system
 High-efficiency HVAC
 Electrical system upgrades

4 million kilowatt-hours per year


generated
Offsets 5.6 million pounds of CO2
emissions per year
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Improving Chevron’s Energy Efficiency and Use of
Renewables

Project Brightfield Casper Wind Power Project


Kern County, CA Casper, WY

 Advanced solar array  Wind turbine farm


 Developed by Chevron  Developed by Chevron Global
Technology Ventures Power Company
 Site of former Chevron refinery  Site of former Texaco refinery
 Power used in current  Power sold to local utility
operations

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Next Generation of Research and Development

 Moving new energy technologies from an idea to full scale deployment

 Internal research and development

 External research collaborations

Non-food source
biofuels
Recovered Energy
Generation
Advanced Solar

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The Future is Bright!

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