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Reuters: UPDATE 1-Chevron adopts Brent to calculate production share

* Price change determines share of output between partners Full story

Business events scheduled for Friday

Major business and economic events scheduled for Friday: Full story

Chevron raises quarterly dividend 8.3 percent

Chevron Corp. said Wednesday it is raising its dividend quarterly dividend by 8.3 percent to 78 cents from 72 cents a share. Full story

Final Glance: Oil companies

Shares of some top oil companies were down at the close of trading: Full story

Reuters: Chevron says Pascagoula hydrogen unit shut

HOUSTON, April 20 (Reuters) - Chevron Corp has shutthe Hydrogen II unit at its 330,000 barrel per day (bpd)Pascagoula, Mississippi, refinery, a company spokesman said onWednesday. Full story

Reuters: US judge dismisses firm's lawsuit against Chevron

* Patton Boggs law firm sued Chevron over Ecuador battles Full story

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Reuters: Chevron says Gorgon still on track for first gas by 2014

Early Glance: Oil companies

Reuters: UPDATE 2-Chevron sees 1st-qtr output down, refining better

Reuters: Chevron to restart L.A. FCC this week--trade

Shell to take interest in Chevron gas field

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  Chevron's Interim Earnings Update

Chevron says its Q4 profit will be improved from Q3, with Philip Weiss, sr. energy analyst at Argus Research Company.

  Chevron's Watson Makes Opening Statement

John Watson, chairman & CEO of Chevron Corporation, gives his opening statement to the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and Environment hearing on the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

  Big oil, little people

Town Square: Filmmaker Joe Berlinger talks about his documentary “Crude: The Real Price of Oil,” which examines the aftermath of a devastating spill in Ecuador, and Chevron’s refusal to take responsibility for it.

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This undated image shows the logo of the Chevron Corporation. Chevron, the number-two US oil company, reported a 36 percent jump in quarterly earnings on April 29, 2011 as soaring petroleum prices filled the company's coffers.With the rising price of gasoline increasingly a volatile political issue

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RICHMOND, CA - JANUARY 25: A gasoline tanker truck drives near the Chevron refinery on January 25, 2011 in Richmond, California. Gas prices continue to rise and have gone up 14% or $.39 a gallon over the past year. Crude oil is currently trading at just under $90 a barrell and some analysts specula

Higher gas prices (© Paul Sakuma / AP)
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Higher gas prices are posted at a Chevron gas station in San Francisco, Friday, March 4, 2011. Gasoline prices have shot up an average of 35 cents per gallon since an uprising in Libya began in mid-February.

Gas customoer Jason Glavis prepares to pump gas into his car
Gas customoer Jason Glavis prepares to pump gas into his car

SAN RAFAEL, CA - AUGUST 13: Chevron customoer Jason Glavis prepares to pump gas into his car at a Chevron gas station August 13, 2010 in San Rafael, California. U.S. retail sales rose 0.4 percent in July fueled by sales of cars and gasoline.