Reports: Chevron Looks to Moon for New Headquarters
The oil and gas corporation is considering using Moon Township has the site of its regional headquarters, according to reports.
The Pittsburgh Business Times reports that Chevron Corp. is considering a 43-acre property in Moon Township for its new regional headquarters.
The Times reports that the property, owned by the Rouser Road-based Roy F. Johns commercial property firm, has been placed under contract for consideration.
Chevron entered the Marcellus shale extraction industry in 2011, when it purchased the firm Atlas Energy, of Moon Township.
The exact location of the proposed office park was not immediately available. Chevron is eying locations in southwestern Pennsylvania for a new regional hub.
The oil and gas company now maintains an office on Coraopolis Heights Road in the township.
Allegheny County Council next week will consider entering into a 30-year contract with Chevron competitor Consol Energy, which has bid to drill on county-owned land surrounding Pittsburgh International Airport.
The meeting will take place at Robert Morris University.