News & Multimedia from 2005

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Asphalt Jungle: Did Oil Drilling by Texaco Create Environmental and Social Harm in Ecuador

April 11,

The delegation of ChevronTexaco (ticker: CVX) shareholders, after spending the morning of March 9, 2005 observing the judicial inspection of pits where waste from oil well 67 was dumped, stopped to give a lift to the kids bathing beneath the oil pipeline in the Rio Shushufindi.

Oil Spread Upon the Waters of Ecuador May Return Harm for ChevronTexaco Shareholders A shareholder delegation surveys the environmental and social impact of oil operations, assessing potential risk from a twelve-year old lawsuit in its judicial inspect

April 8,

The surface of the Rio Shushufindi, headwaters of the Amazon, glimmers with an iridescent sheen in patches while children splash in the shallows, bathing as a break from their daily journey hitchhiking from school back home.

Join us for the launch of a photo exhibit: Crude Reflections ChevronTexaco's Rainforest Legacy Lou Dematteis and Kayana Szymczak Photo Exhibit - San Ramon, California April 25-28, 2005

April 8, 2005

Co-sponsors: Amnesty International, Sierra Club, the Amazon Defense Coalition, Rainforest Action Network, Global Exchange, the Pachamama Alliance and Corporate Accountability International

Monday, April 25, 2005 5-9 pm, Program 7 pm
Where: Fireside Room at Mudd's Restaurant (925) 837-9387
10 Boardwalk (off Crow Canyon Road) San Ramon, CA

Exhibit is free and open to the publ

Coalition Of Chevron Texaco Shareholders Gather Support For Resolution On Ecuadorian Contamination Controversy

April 7, 2005

Washington - People's suffering is bad for business; that is the opinion of a group of ChevronTexaco shareholders who for the second year in a row, have submitted a resolution asking the company to report on how it is addressing health and environmental concerns of communities affected by unremediated waste and other sources of oil-related contamination in the area where Texaco operated in Ecuador.

Scientists Denounce Tactics of Texaco and Its Academic Consultants in Ecuadorean Oil Dispute

April 6, 2005 The Chronicle of Higher Education

Fifty scientists have sent a letter to a journal of environmental and occupational health to decry the behavior of other researchers who have acted as consultants to ChevronTexaco in a dispute over oil drilling in Ecuador.

Chevron Texaco y la Destrucción de la Amazonia

March 23,

En el “Juicio del Siglo”, el Frente de Defensa de la Amazonia (FDA) trata de lograr que la transnacional estadounidense Chevron Texaco asuma la responsabilidad por la destrucción ecológica y de vidas humanas que ha causado en la Amazonia ecuatoriana.

Tribes Ready to Block Oil Drilling in Territory Indian Tribes in Ecuador are Opposed to Oil Drilling and Have Asked Houston- Based Burlington Resources to Stay Out of the Region

March 22, 2005Miami Herald

Quito - The three largest Indian tribes in Ecuador's Amazon region say they are ready to block oil-drilling activity on their territory, which could make a U.S.

ChevronTexaco Resorts to Blackmail in Attempting to Win Historical Lawsuit in the Amazon

March 17, 2005

“Despite a series of high level conversations with ChevronTexaco representatives in August 2003, and the receipt of two demand letters in October, 2003 and March, 2004, the Republic of Ecuador and Petroecuador have failed to implement changes to their contractual obligations with ChevronTexaco and TexPet including obligations to: 1) Intervene in favor of ChevronTexaco in the lawsuit in Northeastern Ecuador; 2) Assume, via

NGO Letter to IDB on Camisea Project Town Hall Meeting

March 11, 2005

March 11, 2005

Mr. Dennis Flannery
Executive Vice President
Inter American Development Bank
1300 New York Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C.

Burlington Advisors Speak with Amazonian Indigenous Peoples

March 9, 2005El Comercio

El Meollo, Ecuador - Investment Advisors to Burlington Natural Resources wanted to hear the perspectives of local leaders and grassroots communities regarding their opposition to oil development.

A group of shareholder advisors to Burlington met with Achuar, Shuar, and Kichwa indigenous leaders.

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