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Despite the overwhelming evidence that Big Oil's reckless pursuit of the last remaining oil reserves (and ever-more exorbitant profits) is disastrous for the planet, governments of the world are...
Philip Radford
September 21, 2010
  Chevron Corp successfully beat back an attempt by Nigerian villagers to hold it liable for a deadly clash on an oil platform in Nigeria, a federal appeals court ruled on Friday. In 2008 a...
September 13, 2010
  Frustrated by environmental reviews, businesses are employing a new tactic to speed development: asking legislators for exemptions from the rules. The latest example appears to be an expansion...
September 9, 2010
  Mired in a $27 billion environmental lawsuit in Ecuador, Chevron Corp. has taken the unusual step of trying to subpoena the other side's lead lawyer, arguing that he has committed fraud upon...
David R. Baker
September 7, 2010
 
Jim Efstathiou Jr.
September 7, 2010
  Antonia Juhasz gives update on the Gulf of Mexico on KGO NewsTalk AM 810.
September 7, 2010
  Liberia’s parliament approved an offshore oil exploration accord with California-based Chevron Corp., the National Oil Company of Liberia said today. Chevron will hold a 70 percent stake in...
Ansu Konneh
September 3, 2010
  I have written in this blog how the Golden State's largest corporation, Chevron, is facing increasing scrutiny over human rights abuses and the environmental impacts of its operations around...
Rebecca Tarbotton
September 3, 2010
  RICHMOND -- Chevron has agreed to pay $2.85 million for the restoration of 200-plus acres of San Francisco Bay wetlands as part of a settlement over contamination from its refinery. Stephen...
September 3, 2010
The United States Embassy in Liberia congratulates the Government of Liberia on signing an agreement with Chevron Corporation on August 27, 2010 for exploration of three oil blocks in Liberian waters...
September 1, 2010