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Chevron Oronite to Participate in Panel at ILMA Annual Meeting

SAN RAMON, Calif., October 2, 2018 – Chevron Oronite announced that John Huron, OEM liaison, Tractor Hydraulic Fluids, Chevron Oronite LLC, will be participating in a panel discussion at the ILMA 2018 Annual Meeting, which is being held October 6-9, 2018 at the JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa in Palm Desert, CA. The panel will be held on Monday, October 8 at 2:00 p.m. and is titled: “Tractor Hydraulic Fluids in the Crosshairs”

The primary question that will be explored by the expert panel, include: What trends lie ahead for this category? As a leader in tractor hydraulic fluid additives for more than 40 years, Oronite is looking forward to the opportunity to address these issues and help chart a course for the future.

In addition to celebrating ILMA”s 70th anniversary, the theme of this annual meeting is “Everything Old is New Again.”

Chevron Oronite is a leading developer, manufacturer and marketer of fuel and lubricant additives, helping to provide solutions to customers globally. Headquartered in San Ramon, California (USA), Chevron Oronite maintains regional offices in Houston (Americas Region), Paris (Europe-Africa-Middle East Region), and Singapore (Asia-Pacific Region); operates manufacturing sites in Belle Chasse, Louisiana (USA), Gonfreville (France), Singapore, and Mauá (Brazil); an affiliated blending and shipping plant in Omaezaki, Japan; technology centers in the USA, France, The Netherlands, Japan and China and has interests in an additive companies operating in other locations, including India.

Chevron Oronite is comprised of numerous affiliates that are indirect, wholly-owned subsidiaries of Chevron Corporation. For simplicity in this news release, the terms “Chevron Oronite” and/or “Oronite” are used as abbreviated references to Chevron Corporation affiliates that are part of the Chevron Oronite business unit. Nothing in this document is intended to override or supersede the corporate separateness of these entities.

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