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CHEVRON RESOURCES CO. PRESIDENT BOB DANIEL TO RETIRE

 CHEVRON RESOURCES CO. PRESIDENT BOB DANIEL TO RETIRE
 SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Bob Daniel, president of Chevron Resources Co., will retire on Dec. 31 after 41 years with Chevron.
 Daniel, 64, began his career at Chevron when he joined Chevron Standard, a Canadian subsidiary based in Calgary, shortly after graduating with a degree in physics and geology from the University of Toronto.
 He held various positions in Chevron Standards exploration and organization departments until 1969, when he became geological consultant to the vice president, exploration, at corporate headquarters in San Francisco.
 Two years later, he was named area exploration manager, Africa, for Chevron Overseas Petroleum Inc. In 1977, he was named exploration manager for Chevron Resources and became president eight years later.
 A native of Toronto, Daniel is a member of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, the American Mining Congress and the Canadian Institute of Mining.
 Chevron Resources, the minerals subsidiary of Chevron Corp., has finalized disposal of virtually all of its assets since announcing a restructuring in 1990 and will wind up its affairs on Dec. 31.
 As announced at that time, three major minerals projects with long-term earnings potential were assigned to a new business unit within another Chevron subsidiary, The Pittsburg & Midway Coal Mining Co. in Englewood, Colo. These projects were the Stillwater platinum/palladium operations in Montana, the Collahuasi copper/silver property in Chile and the Lisheen zinc/lead property in Ireland. Assets that have been sold include various geothermal properties, gold properties in the United States, Canada and Chile, the American Gilsonite Co. in Utah, and all U.S. and Canadian uranium properties.
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