< PrevNext > 57. Chevron San Ramon, Calif. Share 2017 U.S.-Booked Air Volume: $71.4 million 2017 Global Air Volume: $161.5 million2017 U.S. T&E: $143 million2017 Global T&E: $264.7 millionPrincipal Air Suppliers: United, Delta & SouthwestPrincipal Hotel Suppliers: Marriott, Hilton & HyattPrincipal Car Rental Suppliers: Avis/Budget & EnterprisePrincipal Global Online Booking Tool: ConcurPrincipal Global Expense Supplier: ConcurPrincipal Payment Supplier: American ExpressConsolidated U.S TMC: CWTPrimary Non-U.S. TMC: CWTChevron's annual revenue rose $24.5 billion to $134.7 billion in 2017. Last year, U.S.-booked air volume rose 12.2 percent from 2016's $63.6 million and is expected to hit $82.1 million in 2018. Of the 2017 U.S.-booked air volume, 70 percent was for international travel. Sixty-six percent of U.S.-booked airfares went through approved online channels, 78 percent of those without agent assistance.In 2017, Chevron reviewed and strengthened its travel risk management and safety processes, continued the global expansion of the Concur Travel booking tool, expanded the influence of its strategic meetings management program and drove a larger percentage of its travel spend through managed channels. CWT supported Chevron's managed travel in the U.S. and most of it elsewhere in the world, though Travel Leaders, Quantum, Sanel and ATPI also served Chevron. 2018 represents Chevron's fourth year in a five-year initiative with Carlson Wagonlit Travel to continue to deliver affordable, effective and efficient travel management services. They also continued to move away from local support to centralized, 24/7 follow-the-sun service delivery.Also in 2018, Chevron is refining its mobile strategy. The company is working on a mobile platform to keep employees informed and allow flexibility when traveling. It has approached sharing economy options, careful not to compromise traveler safety or policy compliance. It made no policy changes in 2017 but authorized ridesharing within the travel policy in 2018. Also this year, Chevron will source and implement a new meetings and events system in the U.S., continue to migrate from local agency service to a shared-service model and continue its global implementation of Concur Travel & Expense.The company has one single global travel policy and an individual bill/individual pay corporate card program.