Inquiry into Chevron's Richmond refinery fire could spark prosecution, regulatory reform

Aug 27, 2012 Full story: The Campbell Reporter

A final report on Chevron's massive Aug. 6 refinery fire could potentially lead to prosecution of the energy giant and serve as an impetus for federal regulatory reform, investigators said Monday.

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tim macdonald

United States

#1 Aug 29, 2012
Put commie mayor in prison she an agitator for marxist obama

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