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... liquid pipelines. He began his career at Getty Oil (later acquired by Texaco). While at Texaco, Joe was responsible for all commercial activities on the ...
... $130 Survived 37 Texas Company | Oil & Gas $129Texaco (#6) Renamed Texaco (1959) 38 Amer. Car & Foundry | Railroad Equip. $127 Renamed ACF ...
... give us some clues,” he added. He also said Chevron’s predecessor company Texaco in Ecuador “perpetrated some of the most horrendous ecological crimes in history” ...
... in Florida, Georgia and Alabama, supplying more than 2,000 independently-owned Chevron and Texaco stations from a total of 17 terminals - including five terminals owned ...
... in Florida, Georgia and Alabama, supplying more than 2,000 independently-owned Chevron and Texaco stations from a total of 17 terminals - including five terminals owned ...
... students in 17 U.S. communities, with the help of local Chevron and Texaco marketers and retailers in seven of the communities. Now in its eighth ...
... Micetrap, soon proved troublesome for Wiegand, whose bosses at the Maple Shade Texaco gas station where he worked didn t know much about his side ...
... interest of numerous multinational oil companies -- including Amoco, Chevron, Shell and Texaco. The industry helped support his research with sponsorships, a combined $200,000 in ...
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