An international consortium led by British oil giant BP has given the go-ahead for a $6.0-billion (4.4-billion-euro) investment in developing a major oil field in Azerbaijan, BP said Tuesday....
March 9, 2010
What is a lost culture? Is it just some intangible time before? Is it an economy? Can you inventory a lost culture in the number of lives lost or rivers polluted?
March 8, 2010
Richmond city officials will watch closely next week when Chevron Corp. hosts its annual security analysts meeting.
The event is when the publicly held company reviews the results of the...
March 5, 2010
As a verdict nears in the long-running environmental lawsuit against Chevron Corp. in Ecuador, both sides are ratcheting up the pressure.
This morning, a man who says oil field contamination...
March 2, 2010
Chevron Corporation on Thursday announced the retirement of Charles James as executive vice president and a member of the company's five-person executive committee. James held the post of general...
March 1, 2010
Stunning Fall from Grace for Former High-Level U.S. Government Official; Law Enforcement Probes of Chevron in Two Countries
QUITO, Ecuador--Chevron’s curt announcement last week that former...
March 1, 2010
SAN FRANCISCO — Chevron and their environmentalist critics on Tuesday finally got their day in state appellate court, duking it out over whether the oil company's plan to replace old equipment...
February 24, 2010
UK oil company, Desire Petroleum, has begun drilling an exploration well near the Falkland Islands despite strong opposition from Argentina.
February 22, 2010
City leaders said the time has come to plan for a future without the company that has dominated the local economy for more than a century.
A future without Chevron, the city’s largest taxpayer...
February 21, 2010
Post your comments setting the record straight to correct this outrageous attack by the Washington Times editorial board against Ecuadorians suing Chevron.
February 15, 2010