Chevron Promotes Two Downstream
Fish, Wall named new VPs of Americas Products West, East, respectively
SAN RAMON, Calif. -- Chevron Corp. has made two management appointments in its Chevron's Americas Products division, Brent Tippen, Chevron spokesman, told CSP Daily News. Effective April 1, 2012, Brant Fish is the new vice president of Americas Products West, based in San Ramon, Calif. In addition, George Wall has become vice president of Americas Products East & Latin America, based in Houston.
Fish is accountable for the profit and loss of Chevron's refining and fuels marketing activities and driving supply chain optimization value capture in the Western Continent plus Hawaii.
He also will be a key executive-level spokesperson as it relates to news and information from Americas Products.
Fish began his career with Chevron in 1986 at Chevron's El Segundo Refinery, followed by various assignments in Chevron Products Co., Chevron International Pte Ltd. Ltd. and Global Downstream.
Wall is responsible for the profitability of the crude-to-customer value chain for the Eastern United States and Latin America fuels; including Manufacturing, Supply & Logistics and Sales & Marketing assets. He is accountable for optimizing the value of the feedstock and product supply chains.
Prior to this role, Wall served as general manager, Americas Marketing Sales and Services, where he was responsible for the Global Service Centers, as well as all Global Card Marketing activities. He also managed the Product Line portfolio, the three brands (Chevron, Texaco and Caltex) and all Retail Marketing and Commercial & Industrial sales programs.
Wall began his career in 1981 with Texaco's Refining & Marketing division in Tarrytown, N.Y., followed by various assignments in Texaco Overseas Holding Co., Texaco International Ltd., Fuels & Marine Marketing LLC, Chevron Products Co. and Global Downstream.
San Ramon, Calif.-based Chevron, one of the world's leading integrated energy companies, explores for, produces and transports crude oil and natural gas; refines, markets and distributes transportation fuels and lubricants; manufactures and sells petrochemical products; generates power and produces geothermal energy; provides energy efficiency solutions; and develops biofuels. It has more than 8,000 retail locations in the United States, on the West Coast and in the South. In addition, the company supplies more than 2,500 stations in southern and eastern states with Texaco-branded fuel.