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Chevron provides support for quality education

In its efforts to boost quality education in its areas of operation under its social investment programs, Chevron Bangladesh has continued its support of four schools near its Bibiyana gas field.

 A simple ceremony was held with representatives of the four selected schools at the gas field, said a press release.

The funds will enable school management to recruit additional faculty in English, Science and Mathematics to improve quality of teaching in those subjects. Three teachers will be engaged in each institution for the academic year, for a total of 12 in four schools.

Managing Director for Chevron Asia-South, Brad Middleton, Chevron Bangladesh’s incoming and outgoing Presidents, Neil Menzies and Kevin Lyon, respectively; Operations Director, Gary Orr, Bibiyana Gas Plant Superintendent, Bryan Mitisek were present at the event.

Chevron Corporation is one of the world’s leading integrated energy companies. Through its subsidiaries that conduct business worldwide, the company is involved in virtually every facet of the energy industry.

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