Chevron Profit Margin 2010-2023 | CVX

Current and historical gross margin, operating margin and net profit margin for Chevron (CVX) over the last 10 years. Profit margin can be defined as the percentage of revenue that a company retains as income after the deduction of expenses. Chevron net profit margin as of June 30, 2023 is 13.54%.
Chevron Annual Profit Margins
Chevron Quarterly Profit Margins
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Oils/Energy Oil & Gas - International Integrated $310.486B $246.252B
Chevron is one of the largest publicly traded oil and gas companies in the world with operations that span almost every corner of the globe. The only energy component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, Chevron is fully integrated, meaning it participates in every aspect related to energy from oil production, to refining and marketing. Chevron remains well positioned to navigate the volatility in oil and gas prices.Being an integrated firm engaged in all aspects of the oil and gas business. Chevron divides its operations into two main segments: Upstream and Downstream. Chevron's other activities include transportation and chemicals. Chevron's current oil and gas development project pipeline is among the best in the industry.
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