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A Fine Fine for Chevron

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Chevron was fined $2.7 million by state regulators for a Kern County oil spill that released about 400,000 gallons of crude.

With revenue of over $150 billion in 2018, the oil giant shouldn't have too much trouble finding a spare million or two lying around.

Meanwhile, another Chevron "surface expression" that has been happening since 2003 has released tens of millions of gallons of crude.

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