Chevron Corporation (NYSE: CVX), through its subsidiary Chevron Munaigas Inc. (Chevron), announced today that it is contributing $3 million as assistance to communities in Kazakhstan which are affected by the widespread flooding across the country.

“As a longstanding partner of Kazakhstan, Chevron is committed to helping the country in its relief efforts as it works to manage the devastating impact of flooding,” said Derek Magness, the Managing Director of Chevron’s Eurasia Business Unit. “We understand the critical role these resources play in addressing the immediate needs of communities during this crisis. Chevron expresses its unwavering support for the people of Kazakhstan in these challenging times.”

Since the start of its operations in Kazakhstan more than 30 years ago, Chevron has invested over $460 million in social projects in the country. In 2020, Chevron became one of the first and largest contributors in Kazakhstan to respond to the COVID-19 emergency with over $20 million donation of medicines and equipment.