Chevron is the largest oil and gas leaseholder in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico and is lobbying hard to expand offshore drilling across the U.S. and around the world.
The massive BP/Deepwater oil spill could have been Chevron’s because it also contracts with Transocean, the company responsible for the oil rig meltdown.
On the opposite side of the globe Chevron is building natural gas plants on flatback sea turtle beaches and coastal waters in remote Northwest Australia. It’s time that Chevron and other Big Oil stop building dirty oil and gas projects on the backs of sea turtles.
Take Action to Defend the Sea Turtles from Big Oil
Send an email or write a letter, even better, to Chevron’s Board of Directors. Tell Lead Director Samuel H. Armacost that Chevron must change its ways before more sea turtles are harmed by oil spills and natural gas extraction.
Send a handwritten letter to:
Lead Director Samuel H. Armacost c/o Office of the Corporate Secretary
6001 Bollinger Canyon Road
San Ramon, CA 94583 USA