"A 2008 Chevron blowout appears in hindsight to have been a rehearsal for Deepwater Horizon and its design problems. Like BP, Chevron was in the final stages of drilling a well aboard Transocean rig Discoverer Deep Seas. Because of the blowout, drillers lost 500,000 gallons of drilling mud into the earth below the wellhead, and spilled 293 gallons onto the ocean floor."
Full article: "Deadly Gulf blowouts persist"
-Houston Chronicle, July 20, 2010
-New York Times Green blog, June 17, 2010
-New York Times, June 4, 2010
-Indigenous Peoples Issues and Resources, February 10, 2010
Chevron underreports value of natural gas to pay less in royalties for 10 years, settled in court for $45.5 million
-New York Times, December 23, 2009
-Huffington Post, October 31, 2009
-San Francisco Chronicle, May 29, 2008
-Washington Post, Sept 28, 2007
-Charlotte Observer, August 4, 2010