Excerpted sections of US Dept. of Justice vs. Chevron (New Mexico’s Questa Mine site)

Chevron-consent-jpeg_Page_1 Chevron-consent-jpeg_Page_2 Chevron-consent-jpeg_Page_3

Advertisements

One comment

  1. […] Whilst I am essentially operating in a vacuum, when no one will talk to me about what is going to transpire after the ink is dry on this “deal,” and when there is no recourse, except the one person who won’t talk to me, I am left to assume the worst, which is all I’ve ever seen from the Department of the Interior. Why else would the US government have Chevron hand over what is essentially chump change under their CEO’s couch cushions ($4 million dollars) to make amends for their reckless polluting of an entire region? This clean up will eventually cost someone (but not Chevron) nearly a billion dollars (https://schatziesearthproject.com/2014/11/25/taos-new-mexico-article-about-chevron-mine/). And then, also in your Consent Decree, DOJ makes Chevron promise not to have any future claims or ownership regarding the Anderson Ranch property (https://schatziesearthproject.com/2014/11/25/excerpted-sections-of-us-dept-of-justice-vs-chevron-for-…)…hmmm. […]

    Like

Comments are closed.