Chevron Earns Fracking Center Certification
Chevron earned full CSSD certification against all 15 of the centerâ€™s performance standards that serve as the foundation for CSSDâ€™s independent third-party evaluation and verification program, established earlier this year.
To earn its CSSD certification, Chevron conducted a two-year preparatory process based on CSSDâ€™s initial 15 performance standards for air and water that were developed to reflect leading industry practices in the Appalachian Basin.
Bureau Veritas audited the evaluation and verification process in June. This consisted of in-depth documentation review, staff interviews at Chevronâ€™s offices and a field-based component that verified that Chevronâ€™s operational practices were in conformance with applicable standards. The Bureau Veritas audit team visited 22 Chevron sites (16 in southwestern Pennsylvania, four in West Virginia, and two in Ohio) that represented Chevronâ€™s geographic and operational locations throughout the Appalachian Basin.
Certification is valid for 24 months, after which companies can seek renewal. Companies can seek certifications in Air & Climate, Water & Waste, or both, concurrently.
Verification of conformance to the standards will continue to be monitored through the life of the two-year certification period.
All producers operating in the Appalachian region are eligible to apply for certification.
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