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Chevron's Amazon Chernobyl Case Moves to Canada

15 September 2017 | Greenpeace

If U.S. courts refuse to provide the Ecuadorians a fair hearing, then Canada’s courts must do so for the sake of corporate accountability, universal principles of justice, and Indigenous rights.     Read more...

Chevron Texaco Benefitted from Dumping Oil in Ecuador Beyond Saving Money

A study of the Chevron Texaco oil dumping case in Ecuador reveals that oil companies have an incentive to pollute that goes beyond saving money from oil dumping, explains Lindsay Ofrias, the study's author
5 September 2017 | Real News Network

Oil companies and similar corporations save money by contaminating the environment. A recent study conducted in the context of the Chevron Texaco case argues that oil companies also have an incentive to contaminate the environment that goes beyond saving money.     Read more...

Chevron CEO Watson Leaves a Legacy of Toxic Waste

29 August 2017 | Eye on the Amazon

After seven dreadful years, Chevron CEO John Watson recently made a surprise announcement that he is finally slinking off with his tail between his legs. Yet the world will continue to suffer from the disastrous effects of his terrible decisions for many years to come.     Read more...

Chevron CEO Watson Tarred His Own Legacy by Fumbling Environmental Issues

23 August 2017 | The Chevron Pit

Burdened with a series of intractable problems, Chevron CEO John Watson announced this week that he is stepping down after seven years at the helm of America's second-largest energy company. He will be remembered far more for saddling Chevron with huge environmental liabilities than for delivering value to shareholders.     Read more...

Haunted by Ecuador Judgment, Chevron Now Trying To Impose $32 Million "Fine" on Lawyer Who Beat It in Court

14 August 2017 | The Chevron Pit

While fossil fuel giant Chevron still refuses to pay its $12 billion environmental judgment to the indigenous groups it poisoned in Ecuador, company CEO John Watson apparently has found the resources to try to impose a massive liability on the human rights lawyer who beat his company in court.     Read more...

Bloomberg Should Fire Legal Reporter Paul Barrett for His Blatant Bias

1 August 2017 | The Chevron Pit

When is Bloomberg going to finally wake up and fire reporter Paul Barrett for his overall crappy reporting and his repeated bias in favor of Chevron in its scorched-earth campaign to evade paying the $12 billion Ecuador environmental judgment?     Read more...

George Mason Law Professor Is Chevron's New Stooge in Ecuador Pollution Case

22 June 2017 | The Chevron Pit

You might want to ask Krauss in his next ethics class if his obvious ties to Chevron and his obfuscation of the truth compromise the academic standards of George Mason.     Read more...

Chevron's Payments To RICO Witness Are Not Just Ugly - They're Criminal

2 June 2017 | The Huffington Post

Did Chevron and its legal team at Gibson Dunn give "anything of value" to Alberto Guerra "for or because of [his] testimony" in Chevron's RICO case? Did they do so "to influence [Guerra's] testimony"? Oh yeah. Oh $$$ Yeah.      Read more...

Chevron CEO Is Lying to His Own Shareholders Over $12 Billion Ecuador Liability

2 June 2017 | The Chevron Pit

One thing clear from the wreckage that was Chevron's annual meeting this week: CEO John Watson is blatantly lying to his own shareholders over the disastrous handling of the company's $12 billion Ecuador environmental liability.     Read more...

Chevron Creating Fake News To Hide Environmental Crimes in Ecuador's AmazonChevron Executives Misused Millions of Shareholder Dollars To Bribe a Witness in Violation of U.S. Federal Law

30 May 2017 | Eye on the Amazon

It may seem like this is stating the obvious, but it's a crime to bribe a witness to a U.S. federal court. Funny thing, though; Chevron has done just that, to the tune of $2 million dollars. Yet no one inside Chevron has demanded an explanation for this – until now.     Read more...