Chevron To Pay $225,500 Settlement For Air Quality Violations At Richmond RefineryThe Bay Area Air Quality Management District announced Tuesday that Chevron USA Inc. has agreed to pay $225,500 to settle violations of air quality regulations at its Richmond refinery.
Chevron Upgrading Safety After EPA Richmond Refinery Fire Settlement Chevron will spend more than $150 million on safety upgrades throughout its domestic production network as part of a settlement reached with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA officials announced Tuesday.
Hazmat Crews Headed To Richmond Chevron Refinery After Reports Of FlaringHazMat crews were in route to the Richmond Chevron refinery as a precaution Monday after reports of flaring at the facility.
Richmond City Council Approves Chevron Plan To Modernize RefineryThe $1 billion plan would include upgrades to all carbon steel piping in the refinery's crude unit and the installation of more sensors and air monitors.
Contra Costa Supervisors Approve Tax Settlement With ChevronContra Costa County supervisors unanimously approved an agreement with Chevron Tuesday that will put an end to property tax lawsuits against the county and should save the county millions of dollars and boost strained relations between the county and the oil giant.
Chevron Allowed To Restart Unit Damaged In Richmond Refinery FireOperations are set to resume at a unit of Chevron’s Richmond refinery involved in a major fire last August after state regulators on Friday lifted the order that shut it down.
Chevron Completes Repairs Following Richmond Refinery FireChevron Corp. said it has completed repairs at an area of its Richmond refinery that was damaged last year in a fire.
2012 Chevron Refinery Fire Ignites New Legislative EffortsTwo East Bay lawmakers have introduced bills in Sacramento meant to address issues that they say came up following last year's Chevron Refinery fire.
Chevron Says It Has Paid $10M In Richmond Refinery ClaimsChevron has paid about $10 million to cover medical expenses and other claims in the wake of the fire at its Richmond refinery on Aug. 6 and is updating its equipment and safety procedures to prevent a similar incident, representatives from the oil company said Tuesday.
Dispute Could Delay Chevron Richmond Refinery RepairsChevron’s plan to get its Richmond refinery back to full operating capacity following a massive fire could be slowed by a dispute over the type of piping it wants to use to make repairs.
State Senator Wants Gas Price Probe As Chevron Refinery Closure LingersA state senator called for a legislative hearing regarding California’s oil refineries after Chevron announced that a unit at its Richmond refinery will remain closed until next year.
Richmond Council Calls On Chevron To Improve Safety After Refinery FireThe resolution asks that Chevron make safety at the refinery its top priority, “pay its fair share” in taxes to the city and employ as many Richmond residents as possible.
Chevron Releases Details On Refinery Fire Amid New Federal ScrutinyChevron spokeswoman Heather Kulp said the root cause of the pipe leak was high temperature sulfidation corrosion from the fuel moving within the five-foot segment of the refinery’s eight-inch-round 200-foot-long carbon steel pipe.
Pipes At Chevron Refinery In Richmond Showed Major CorrosionFederal investigators continue to look into what caused last month's fire at the Richmond refinery.
Chevron Facing More Taxes On Richmond RefineryChevron Corp. faces additional taxes on its refinery in Richmond after an appeals board ruled that the refinery was worth more than the county’s assessment.