What States Have Chevron Gas Stations?

by Andrew Cockerham

Multinational energy company Chevron produces oil, natural gas, electricity, chemicals and minerals. Chevron also manages pipelines, refineries and a worldwide fleet of oil tankers. However, you probably know the company best for its talking car commercials and its neighborhood gas stations located across the United States, mostly in the South and along the West Coast.

Northwest

Many of Washington's Chevrons are in Seattle.

Chevron has retail gas stations in Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana. Most of these stations also have snack stores, and some offer car washes and hot food.

Southwest

Some Chevrons serve hot sausages and other snacks.

Chevron has gas stations in Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming. Many Chevrons in these states have snack marts, and those near major cities often offer hot food like bratwurst sausages or taquitos.

Southeast

Texas is home to America's oil industry and many Chevron stations.

You can find Chevron stations in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia. Chevron also supplies many stations in these states with Texaco brand gasoline.

Northeast and Central

Washington, D.C. has four Chevron stations.

Few states in the northeast and central United States have Chevron stations. The only northeast and central states where you can find Chevrons are Maryland, New Jersey, Ohio and Indiana. Tthe District of Columbia also has four Chevron stations.

About the Author

Andrew Cockerham is a world traveler and perpetual student with He has been writing since 1999. His work has appeared in "The Gadfly," an annual literary journal, and "Spectrum." He holds a Bachelor of Arts in writing from Walla Walla University.

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