NEW YORK (AP) — Chevron's fourth-quarter net income jumped 72 percent as rising fuel demand lifted oil prices and produced a sharp turnaround in its refinery business. Here's how the company's businesses fared in the final three months of the year.
NET EARNINGS: $5.3 billion
—U.S. exploration and production: down 13 percent to $930 million;
—International exploration and production: up 27 percent to $3.9 billion;
—U.S. downstream (includes refineries): $475 million profit compared with $333 million loss in year-ago period;
—International downstream (includes refineries): $267 million profit compared with $340 million loss in year-ago period.