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 .
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.