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Federal regulators have announced an $875,000 settlement with Chevron related to a pair of Utah oil spills in recent years.
In a stunning retreat, high-powered Washington, D.C. firm Patton Boggs agreed Wednesday to pay $15 million to energy giant Chevron and withdraw from its central role in trying to enforce an Ecuadorean court judgment against the oil company that was found to have been obtained through fraud.
U.S. oil company Chevron says it has begun drilling for shale gas at its exploration well site in northeastern Romania, a project which has drawn protests from local residents.
Chevron's Pascagoula refinery has been fined $24,000 related to the November explosion and fire that left one employee dead, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
A federal judge's blocking of a $9.5 billion judgment against Chevron in an Ecuadorean environmental lawsuit this month has generated numerous media reports about how the plaintiffs' attorneys engaged in bribery, coercion, corruption and fraud.
Tom Kovar saw the Chevron Pascagoula Refinery through a $1.4 billion expansion.
ExxonMobil has edged another step closer to undertaking oil shale research-and-development projects with the Bureau of Land Management's approval of development plans.
Sometimes the facts trump greed, a defendant refuses to roll over and play dead, and a scam falls apart.
Chevron says crews have capped the second southwestern Pennsylvania gas well that caught fire earlier this month.
Crews have capped a southwestern Pennsylvania gas well that exploded and caught fire earlier this month, killing a worker, Chevron says.
Someone's got a golden ticket, but they either don't know it or don't want to show it.
The small, rural town of Bobtown, Pa., was rocked last Tuesday after a Chevron fracking well exploded, presumably killing one worker and igniting a large fire that burned for several days.
Chevron is drawing criticism on social media for giving out free pizza coupons to people who live near a Pennsylvania gas well that exploded and burned for days, leaving one worker missing and presumed dead.
State environmental officials and expert firefighters brought in by Chevron monitored a burning Marcellus Shale natural gas well on Wednesday.
One worker was injured and another went missing after a Tuesday morning explosion and fire at a natural gas well in southwestern Pennsylvania, near the West Virginia border.