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Article
9 January 2002

Phillips [Phillips Petroleum], Equilon [owned by Royal Dutch/Shell] fined for California air violations

Author: Reuters

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Article
3 January 2002

Texas companies settle safety and health violations

Author: OSHA - Occupational Safety & Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor

Will pay more than $2.1 million in penalties, hire safety and health consultants - Phillips Petroleum Company has agreed to pay over $2 million in penalties for safety and health violations at its complex in Pasadena, Texas...Chevron Phillips Chemical...

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Article
21 December 2001

Conoco to spend up to $110 mln at oil refineries [agreement with U.S. Justice Department to spend between $95 million and $110 million on pollution control equipment]

Author: Reuters

...Conoco will also pay a $1.5 million penalty under the Clean Air Act and spend about $5 million on environmental projects in communities around the company's refineries.

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20 December 2001

U.S. announces clean air agreements with Conoco Inc., Navajo Refining Co., and Montana Refining Co.

Author: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Petroleum Refiners Will Reduce Air Emissions In Five States [consent decree filed in U.S. District Court]

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Article
13 September 2001

Sustainability, Not Sanctions, Improves World

Author: J. Michael Stinson, Senior Vice President for Government Affairs, Corporate Strategy and Communications for Conoco Inc., in sponsored section, International Herald Tribune

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Article
10 September 2001

US firms pay $120 mln to clean Texas dump site

Author: Reuters

A group of refiners and petrochemical companies has agreed to pay $120 million for cleaning up a contaminated dump site in Texas, the U.S. Justice Department announced last week. The second-largest settlement in the history of the federal...

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