Chevron Vice President and CFO Pierre Breber will leave the company in 2024 after 35 years

Likewise, Chevron has exonerated the president and CEO, Mike Wirth, from having to retire at age 65.


The US oil company Chevron has announced that the company’s vice president and chief financial officer (CFO), Pierre Breber, will leave the company in 2024 after having been part of it for 35 years.

Chevron has announced that current Vice President and Chief Technology Officer and President of the Chevron Technical Center, Eimear Bonner, will succeed Breber as Chief Financial Officer effective March 1, 2024.

“Under his leadership, Chevron has met its financial priorities, has undertaken several acquisitions and has provided shareholders with considerable wealth,” said Chairman and CEO Mike Wirth, who also described Breber as an “exceptional strategic partner.”

In this sense, the board of directors of the multinational has also exonerated Wirth from having to retire once he turns 65 for being “the perfect leader” to “continue the successful path” of Chevron. Mike Wirth is 63 years old.

On the other hand, the vice president of the Strategy and Sustainability area, Balaji Krishnamurthy, will become the vice president of the Chevron Technical Center, while the vice president of the Operations Unit in the San Joaquin Valley, Molly Laegeler, will succeed Krishnamurthy in his current position.

The vice president of the Mergers and Acquisitions division, Frank Mount, will occupy the same position, but in the area of ​​Business Development.