Eimear Bonner is vice president and chief technology officer, positions she assumed in 2021. She also serves as president of the Chevron Technical Center, which provides expertise to drive the application of technology, initiatives to transform Chevron’s digital future and innovative breakthrough technology to support the future of energy.
Previously Bonner served as general director of Chevron’s largest joint venture, Tengizchevroil (TCO), in Kazakhstan since 2018. Prior to that, she served as TCO general manager of operations.
As general director, Bonner led the TCO organization and was responsible for ensuring strong business performance, advancing a major expansion project, managing relationships with stakeholders in the Kazakhstan government, partner companies and the communities, and leading TCO’s organization transformation.
Bonner’s previous leadership roles include deputy managing director of Chevron’s Eurasia Business Unit, based in Almaty, where she managed Chevron’s non-operated interests in Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan; asset manager in Chevron Thailand, where she was responsible for asset development, operations, and technical support for multiple offshore assets; and general manager of Corporate Strategy.
Bonner began her career as an offshore petroleum engineer in the United Kingdom. Over her 23 years with Chevron, she has held numerous leadership and engineering positions in the United Kingdom, Thailand, Kazakhstan and the United States.
Eimear received her Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Queen’s University Belfast, and her Master’s degrees in Advanced Chemical Engineering and Petroleum Engineering from Imperial College, London.