CHEVRON SETTLES FIRE SAFETY CASE WITH OSHA

Chevron U.S.A. Inc., while denying any wrongdoing, has agreed to pay fines totaling $275,000 and beef up fire protection policy at all 10 of its U.S. refineries. The agreement, announced for the U.S. government by the Labor Department, settled allegations of 109 willful violations and five serious violations of federal fire safety rules at Chevron's 280,000 b/sd Richmond, Calif., refinery. The government issued the citations after an Occupational Safety and Health Administration

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