News Updates

  In a rebuke of Chevron remarkable for its swiftness, federal pipeline officials forbid the oil giant late Wednesday from restarting its troubled east-bench pipeline, saying it is unsafe for...
Derek P. Jensen & Judy Fayhs
December 9, 2010
  For nearly a week, Chevron, state and city officials have said that they believed no oil from the latest pipeline spill reached Red Butte Creek on Salt Lake City’s east bench. Test results now...
Judy Fahys
December 8, 2010
  The government gave Chevron the go-ahead in September to drill in the North Sea near Shetland, in spite of the US oil giant’s admission that its contractor's spill prediction software...
Leo King
December 8, 2010
  Chevron Canada Ltd. says it will deploy a combination of new absorbent technology and piping to help minimize the impact of oil continuing to seep into Burrard Inlet from its Burnaby refinery...
Larry Pynn
December 7, 2010
  Turns out, the latest oil spill on Salt Lake City’s east bench was at least two to three times larger than previously estimated, Chevron reported Friday. But, thanks to two days of scraping,...
Judy Fahys
December 4, 2010
  Chevron’s second oil leak in six months near Red Butte Garden brought Salt Lake City perilously close — 50 feet close — to another environmental disaster late Wednesday. That’s far too...
Derek P. Jensen, Judy Fahys and Bob Mims
December 3, 2010
  Patton Boggs's role as both law firm and lobby shop has been called into question as a possible conflict of interest by the firm's opposing counsel in a decades-long, multi-billion-dollar...
Amanda Becker
November 29, 2010
  Chevron Corp. spent $2.99 million in the third quarter to lobby the federal government on the U.S. moratorium on deepwater drilling and other issues, according to a disclosure report.
November 29, 2010
 
November 10, 2010
  MANILA, Philippines - A leak on the oil pipeline owned by First Philippine Industrial Corp. could spark the country's biggest environmental lawsuit because of its potential effects on...
November 9, 2010