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Entries in Texaco (4)

Tuesday
Apr072015

The BOTA Foundation explained (Part Two): Where did BOTA get its money?

The story of BOTA's capital and creation starts with politics and oil in Kazakhstan, the last of the ex-Soviet republics to gain its independence in 1991. As well chronicled in Steve LeVine's definitive account of the era, The Oil and the Glory, during the 90s there was a scramble amongst Western interests to secure oil drilling rights in the Caspian Sea, which had some of the largest untapped reserves in the world.

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Thursday
May082014

Patton Boggs pays $15 million to settle Chevron claims

D.C. law firm Patton Boggs agreed Wednesday to pay Chevron $15 million to settle allegations that it helped cover up fraudulent evidence in an Ecuador pollution suit against the oil and gas company.

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Wednesday
May072014

Chevron suit against Patton Boggs can go ahead, judge says

A federal judge last week struck down Patton Bogg's claims of bad faith against Chevron but let stand counter claims alleging the D.C. law firm joined a fraud and cover up related to a $9.5 billion pollution award in Ecuador, Petro Global News said.

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Wednesday
Mar052014

Judgment against Chevron in Ecuador tainted by bribery

U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan in New York said he found "clear and convincing evidence" that a two-decade legal effort to punish Chevron for polluting the Ecuadorean rain forest was tainted by corruption.

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