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Company Response

27 Nov 2017


Chevron response

We invited Chevron to respond to the following:

"News: Trump administration further erodes US leadership on combatting corruption", Publish What You Pay, 2 Nov. 2017

"Global Witness opposes U.S. withdrawal from Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative", Global Witness, 2 Nov. 2017

Chevron responded as follows:

"Thank you for your inquiry regarding the USEITI.  In response, we refer you to the USEITI website, which illustrates some of the significant economic contributions the U.S. oil and gas industry makes every year in the United States. Chevron has been actively involved in the USEITI process for four years."

This is a response to

Texaco/Chevron lawsuits (re Ecuador)

Lawsuit 7 May 2003

Part of the following timelines

USA: Govt. withdraws from Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

Texaco/Chevron lawsuits (re Ecuador)