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CHEVRON CONTRIBUTES $75,000 FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA FIRE RELIEF

 LOS ANGELES, Nov. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Chevron (NYSE: CHV) today announced it has contributed $50,000 to the American Red Cross and $25,000 for additional community-based relief projects to help fire victims in the greater Los Angeles area.
 In addition, the company has notified credit card customers in affected areas that they may delay payments on their accounts. Chevron commonly provides this assistance in areas that have been affected by natural disasters.
 The contribution to the Red Cross will be used to house and feed homeless fire victims. Contributions to other nonprofit groups will be used for projects such as restoration of public parks, recreation areas and natural habitats.
 Chevron operations in Southern California, which include oil and gas production, pipelines, refining, retail marketing and land development, have not been directly affected by the fires to date.
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 /CONTACT: Wally Fassler, 213-488-9415, or Laurie Sachtleben, 415-894-6285, for Chevron/
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