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São Paulo : Brazil | Mar 18, 2012 at 11:21 PM PDT
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Chevron, Transocean Oil Spill Off Coast Of Rio

A Brazilian tribunal forbid 17 managers of the oil giants Chevron and American firm drill, Transocean, leaving the Brazil, while the tribunals consider criminal accusations against of them bound to the case of a leakage of oil to the end of the past year. George Buck, Director of Operations Division Chevron Brazil, between which are included in the prohibition of Saturday. The accusation asks the postponement to judgment should be presented the Tuesday or Wednesday. A spokesperson of the Chevron said that the society had not received the official notification of the decision of the judge. Chevron is appeared also a civil cause farewell 11 billion dollars in 3000 oil of leakage of barrels the past November I press the Field Frade, along Brook De Janeiro. Giovedi ', Chevron restored a little leakages oil in the same zone that caused the society to interrupt the production. Chevron driver claim to want an evaluation deepened technical to include better the geological structure of the region.

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