John S. Watson

Chevron

Former Chairman and CEO

Overview

John S. Watson made an average of $22.1M in compensation at Chevron from 2012 to 2018.

Annual data

2018

In 2018, John S. Watson earned a total compensation of $1.2M as Former Chairman and CEO at Chevron.

Ranking6,616 out of 10,923
Percentile39.4%

John S. Watson's 2018 compensation ranked 6,616th out of 10,923 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Watson earned more than 39.4% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupPetroleum Refining
Ranking33 out of 39
Percentile15.4%

In the industry group of Petroleum Refining, Watson's pay ranked 33rd out of 39 executive pay records tracked by us in 2018.

Watson earned more than 15.4% of executives in this group.

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$850,222
Salary$251,197
Other$140,080
Total$1,241,499

Watson received $850.2K of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, which accounts for 68.48% of total compensation.

Watson also received $251.2K in salary and $140.1K in other compensation.

2017

In 2017, John S. Watson earned a total compensation of $24.8M as Chairman and CEO at Chevron.

Ranking79 out of 13,772
Percentile99.4%

John S. Watson's 2017 compensation ranked 79th out of 13,772 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Watson earned more than 99.4% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupPetroleum Refining
Ranking1 out of 50
Percentile98.0%

In the industry group of Petroleum Refining, Watson's pay ranked 1st out of 50 executive pay records tracked by us in 2017.

Watson earned more than 98.0% of executives in this group.

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$2,982,424
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$3,750,000
Option Awards$3,830,000
Salary$1,863,500
Stock Awards$12,140,826
Other$214,818
Total$24,781,568

Watson received $12.1M in stock awards, which accounts for 48.99% of total compensation.

Watson also received $3M of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $3.8M in non-equity incentive plan, $3.8M in option awards, $1.9M in salary and $214.8K in other compensation.

2016

In 2016, John S. Watson earned a total compensation of $24.7M as Chairman and CEO at Chevron.

Ranking65 out of 14,038
Percentile99.5%

John S. Watson's 2016 compensation ranked 65th out of 14,038 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Watson earned more than 99.5% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupPetroleum Refining
Ranking2 out of 47
Percentile95.7%

In the industry group of Petroleum Refining, Watson's pay ranked 2nd out of 47 executive pay records tracked by us in 2016.

Watson earned more than 95.7% of executives in this group.

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$5,894,429
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$2,096,400
Option Awards$9,194,544
Salary$1,863,500
Stock Awards$5,397,824
Other$210,794
Total$24,657,491

Watson received $9.2M in option awards, which accounts for 37.29% of total compensation.

Watson also received $5.9M of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $2.1M in non-equity incentive plan, $1.9M in salary, $5.4M in stock awards and $210.8K in other compensation.

2015

In 2015, John S. Watson earned a total compensation of $22M as Chairman and CEO at Chevron.

Ranking89 out of 13,586
Percentile99.3%

John S. Watson's 2015 compensation ranked 89th out of 13,586 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Watson earned more than 99.3% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupPetroleum Refining
Ranking3 out of 42
Percentile92.9%

In the industry group of Petroleum Refining, Watson's pay ranked 3rd out of 42 executive pay records tracked by us in 2015.

Watson earned more than 92.9% of executives in this group.

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$2,805,467
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$2,450,000
Option Awards$9,195,180
Salary$1,855,479
Stock Awards$5,484,480
Other$239,203
Total$22,029,809

Watson received $9.2M in option awards, which accounts for 41.74% of total compensation.

Watson also received $2.8M of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $2.5M in non-equity incentive plan, $1.9M in salary, $5.5M in stock awards and $239.2K in other compensation.

2014

In 2014, John S. Watson earned a total compensation of $26M as Chairman and CEO at Chevron.

Ranking71 out of 12,932
Percentile99.5%

John S. Watson's 2014 compensation ranked 71st out of 12,932 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Watson earned more than 99.5% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupPetroleum Refining
Ranking1 out of 46
Percentile97.8%

In the industry group of Petroleum Refining, Watson's pay ranked 1st out of 46 executive pay records tracked by us in 2014.

Watson earned more than 97.8% of executives in this group.

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$7,364,392
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$3,100,000
Option Awards$8,586,240
Salary$1,825,500
Stock Awards$4,816,500
Other$277,785
Total$25,970,417

Watson received $8.6M in option awards, which accounts for 33.06% of total compensation.

Watson also received $7.4M of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $3.1M in non-equity incentive plan, $1.8M in salary, $4.8M in stock awards and $277.8K in other compensation.

2013

In 2013, John S. Watson earned a total compensation of $24M as Chairman and CEO at Chevron.

Ranking54 out of 12,071
Percentile99.6%

John S. Watson's 2013 compensation ranked 54th out of 12,071 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Watson earned more than 99.6% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupPetroleum Refining
Ranking1 out of 50
Percentile98.0%

In the industry group of Petroleum Refining, Watson's pay ranked 1st out of 50 executive pay records tracked by us in 2013.

Watson earned more than 98.0% of executives in this group.

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$3,777,809
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$3,200,000
Option Awards$9,228,960
Salary$1,770,833
Stock Awards$5,807,790
Other$231,911
Total$24,017,303

Watson received $9.2M in option awards, which accounts for 38.43% of total compensation.

Watson also received $3.8M of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $3.2M in non-equity incentive plan, $1.8M in salary, $5.8M in stock awards and $231.9K in other compensation.

2012

In 2012, John S. Watson earned a total compensation of $32.2M as Chairman and CEO at Chevron.

Ranking31 out of 11,145
Percentile99.7%

John S. Watson's 2012 compensation ranked 31st out of 11,145 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Watson earned more than 99.7% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupPetroleum Refining
Ranking1 out of 54
Percentile98.1%

In the industry group of Petroleum Refining, Watson's pay ranked 1st out of 54 executive pay records tracked by us in 2012.

Watson earned more than 98.1% of executives in this group.

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$9,948,194
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$3,480,000
Option Awards$9,807,000
Salary$1,670,833
Stock Awards$7,095,660
Other$225,435
Total$32,227,122

Watson received $9.9M of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, which accounts for 30.87% of total compensation.

Watson also received $3.5M in non-equity incentive plan, $9.8M in option awards, $1.7M in salary, $7.1M in stock awards and $225.4K in other compensation.