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Chevron Chairman and CEO John Watson to Discuss America’s Energy Future at GHP Event

Houston – John. S. Watson, Chairman and CEO of Chevron Corporation, will be the next featured speaker at the Greater Houston Partnership’s Thought Leader Series. Watson will discuss how America’s untapped energy resources will play a vital role in shaping the country’s economic future, as well as the need for a comprehensive energy policy for the United States.

Chevron Corporation is the third largest company in the United States and 16th largest in the world according to Forbes. With headquarters in San Ramon, California, the energy giant maintains a large footprint in the Houston region.

GHP’s Thought Leader Series provides its Members an opportunity to listen to and interact with industry experts. Speakers selected are traditionally leaders and innovators in their respective fields and typically have expertise corresponding to the Houston region’s key industry sectors and universal business doctrines.

Who: John S. Watson, Chairman and CEO Chevron Corporation

What: Thought Leader Series luncheon with John S. Watson

When: Wednesday, August 31, 2011 12noon to 1:30 p.m.

Where: Hyatt Regency Houston, 1200 Louisiana, Houston, TX 77002


Complimentary admission is limited to working media. To confirm your attendance, please RSVP to Erik Noriega at or 713-844-3663. There will be a brief media availability with Mr. Watson immediately following the event in the Magnolia Room.

The Greater Houston Partnership is the primary advocate of Houston’s business community and is dedicated to building regional economic prosperity. It represents 10 counties: Austin, Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, Montgomery, San Jacinto and Waller. With more than 2,100 Member organizations, GHP represents approximately one-fifth of the region’s work force. Visit GHP at

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