Wednesday, Chevron opened it’s annual Shareholder meeting in Houston hitting a new low. After traveling from as far as Australia, Burma, Nigeria, Ecuador and Alaska, community leaders were rebuffed and outwardly disrespected by Chevron CEO John Watson.
Today, BP, and their contractors, Transocean and Halliburton, are testifying before Congress to determine who is at fault for the nearly 4 million gallons of oil wreaking havoc on the Gulf Coast. At this morning’s Senate hearing
In a ditch effort to delay the Ecuador court case further Chevron, hoping to scour Berlinger's footage for material useful to their legal maneuvers and public relations strategies, is dragging Joe Berlinger into court to demand he hand over all of the 600+ hours of footage shot for the making of Crude.
Last night, Emergildo Criollo, the Indigenous leader from Ecuador, met with California legislators and asked for their support in the 16+ year campaign to demand Chevron remediate massive oil contamination affecting over 30,000 people.