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27 Apr 2005

Autor*in:
David R. Baker, San Francisco Chronicle [USA]

Environmentalists to challenge oil giant: 2 resolutions address ChevronTexaco's role in Ecuador, Arctic

Environmental activists will descend on ChevronTexaco's annual shareholders' meeting...pushing two resolutions [on cleaning up the Ecuadoran Amazon and concerns over drilling in Alaska]..The company opposes both and has asked its shareholders to reject them at today's meeting, calling them unnecessary. [also refers to BP, Petroecuador]

Part of the following stories

ChevronTexaco annual meeting votes down proposals questioning company's treatment of environment in Ecuador & Alaska; approx. 9% vote in favour

Texaco/Chevron lawsuits (re Ecuador)