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EXECUTIVE CHANGES ANNOUNCED FOR CHEVRON INTERNATIONAL OIL COMPANY; CHEVRON U.S.A. PRODUCTS CO.

 SAN FRANCISCO, June 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Chevron International Oil Co. (CIOC), Chevron Corporation's (NYSE: CHV) international crude oil and products trading company, today announced that its president, Bob Walsh, will retire Aug. 1 after a 38-year Chevron career.
 Also effective Aug. 1, Al Caccamo will succeed Walsh as CIOC president. Caccamo is currently general manager, Light Products Strategic Business Unit, Marketing Department, for Chevron U.S.A. Products Co., a major U.S. refiner and marketer of petroleum products. Succeeding Caccamo effective Aug. 1 will be Jeff Traeger, currently regional manager, Southwest Marketing Region, Marketing Department, Chevron U.S.A Products Co.
 Walsh, 62, has served as CIOC's president since 1986. He joined Chevron in 1955 as an engineer and held planning positions in an eastern U.S. operating company and in the corporation. He was manager of traffic for Chevron Shipping Co. and served as vice president, supply and distribution, for Standard Oil Co. (Kentucky). In January, 1977, he became vice president for supply and distribution for the former Chevron U.S.A. Inc., a post he held until being named president of CIOC. Walsh holds bachelor's and master's degrees in chemical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
 Caccamo, 55, assumed his present position in 1988. He joined Chevron in 1964 and served as assistant area manager, aviation sales, London, and later as aviation fuels manager, San Francisco. He next held positions in corporate planning and, for Chevron U.S.A., profit improvement planning. In 1979 he became manager of pricing and evaluation for CUSA Marketing, and later served as a division manager. He then served as general manager, supply and distribution, for both the western and eastern regions of CUSA downstream. Caccamo holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.
 Traeger, 53, assumed his present position in La Habra, Calif., in 1991. He joined Chevron in 1965 and held eastern U.S. marketing, advertising and analytical positions before moving to San Francisco in 1977. Continuing his marketing career, Traeger held administrative positions from 1979 to 1981, when he became retail manager, Southwest Division. He managed the Hawaii Division for two years, then returned to headquarters in 1988 as manager for planning and services. Traeger holds bachelor's and master's degrees in economics from Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas.
 Chevron U.S.A. Products Co. and CIOC, both based in San Francisco, are wholly owned subsidiaries of Chevron Corporation.
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