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Chevron Trying to Block Release of Documents Related to Its Corruption in Ecuador, Records Show

14 December 2012 | Amazon Defense Coalition

Washington, DC – As part of his ongoing campaign to mislead shareholders, Chevron CEO John Watson is engaged in a wide-ranging litigation strategy to use courts to block the release of internal company documents that would shed light on the oil giant’s fraud and corruption that led to a $19 billion liability in Ecuador, court records show.     More »

Chevron Stock Down Because of $19 Billion Ecuador Judgment, Analyst Concludes

3 December 2012 | Amazon Defense Coalition

New York, NY – Chevron's stock price is down because of the company's failure to properly contain the fallout from its $19 billion Ecuador liability.     More »

Confronted Publicly, Chevron CEO John Watson Misleads Shareholders over $19 Billion Ecuador Liability

30 November 2012 | Amazon Defense Coalition

New York, NY – Confronted publicly about a $19 billion Ecuador liability for causing environmental damage, Chevron CEO John Watson continued an increasingly personal campaign to mislead shareholders and hide his personal conflicts of interest over the case, representatives of the rainforest communities charged.     More »

Chevron Threatens to Shut Down Argentina Operations Over Ecuador Lawsuit

20 November 2012 | Amazon Defense Coalition

Buenos Aires, Argentina – In a clear effort to apply political pressure to judges, Chevron is threatening to bankrupt the company's subsidiaries in Argentina unless an asset freeze order issued against $2 billion of the oil giant's assets is lifted, according to news reports.     More »

Argentina Freeze Order Devastating for Chevron, Gibson Dunn

19 November 2012 | Amazon Defense Coalition

New York, NY – A court order freezing Chevron assets in Argentina represents yet another devastating setback for the oil giant and its lead American law firm Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, according to a new blog posted on The Chevron Pit.     More »

Chevron's Argentina Woes Deeper Than Thought, Reports Trade Publication

16 November 2012 | Amazon Defense Coalition

Buenos Aires, Argentina – Chevron is in even deeper trouble than thought in Argentina after a judge there froze the oil giant's assets to comply with a $19 billion court judgment in Ecuador, according to reporting by Platts' Oilgram, a leading oil industry trade publication.     More »

Chevron Trying to Shield Assets from $19 Billion Ecuador Judgment

13 November 2012 | Amazon Defense Coalition

Quito, Ecuador Chevron is now trying to evade paying the historic $19 billion judgment in Ecuador by claiming assets in its 73 subsidiaries around the world should be shielded from collection actions.     More »

Argentine Judge Slaps Embargo on $19 Billion in Chevron Assets

7 November 2012 | Amazon Defense Coalition

In a major blow to Chevron's effort to avoid paying a historic $19 billion environmental judgment in Ecuador, an Argentine judge today signed the first of what is expected to be many orders freezing billions of dollars of assets owned by the U.S. oil company.     More »

Ecuador Villagers Seek $2 Billion of Chevron Assets In Argentina

1 November 2012 | Amazon Defense Coalition

Buenos Aires, Argentina – Indigenous groups and villagers from Ecuador are filing suit today to freeze an estimated $2 billion of Chevron assets in Argentina to help pay for a remediation of the extensive toxic pollution left by the oil giant on their ancestral lands in the Amazon rainforest, representatives of the communities announced.     More »

Chevron CEO John Watson Lied to Shareholders About Not Having Assets In Ecuador

19 October 2012 | Amazon Defense Coalition

Quito, Ecuador – A court decision this week in Ecuador to freeze an estimated $200 million of Chevron assets is clear evidence that the oil giant's CEO and General Counsel were lying to shareholders when they repeatedly claimed the company had no assets in the country.     More »