The shares were priced at AU$35 each, and proceeds will be $135,000,035. San Ramon, Calif.-based Chevron will receive the cash proceeds upon settlement on April 2.
Net proceeds are expected to total $793.8 million. They will repay outstanding commercial paper program amounts and support general partnership purposes.
Moda was formed in early 2015 and its four founding partners previously were members of the executive team at Oiltanking North America LLC and Oiltanking Partners LP.
On April 6, the proceeds will redeem US$700 million in long-term debt that matures in 2017 and CA$750 million in long-term debt that matures in 2018.
The notes are due 2021 and will be redeemed for cash on April 15.
Net proceeds of about $292.3 million will repay some credit facility borrowings and support general corporate purposes.
About $247.1 million in net proceeds is expected, and they will reduce outstanding revolving credit facility borrowings.
The facility expires in January 2019, and its commitments were increased to $2.4 billion.
The company sold 750 million euros (US$814 million) of seven-year notes and 500 million euros of 12-year bonds, Bloomberg said.
The offering is scheduled to close March 13.
The notes are due in 2023.
Energy Transfer Partners LP announced the pricing of $2.5 billion of its senior notes.