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HARVEY HINMAN ELECTED A CHEVRON VICE PRESIDENT; CHARLES RENFREW TO RETIRE AT END OF OCTOBER

 SAN FRANCISCO, June 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Chevron Corporation (NYSE: CHV) today announced that its Board of Directors has elected Harvey D. Hinman, 53, a vice president, effective July 1.
 The company also announced that Charles B. Renfrew, who has served as a vice president since 1983 and a director since 1984, will retire at the end of October upon reaching the company's mandatory retirement age of 65.
 Upon Renfrew's retirement, Hinman will become Vice President and General Counsel for Chevron, and he will serve on the corporation's Executive Committee.
 Hinman joins Chevron after an outstanding legal career with the law firm of Pillsbury, Madison & Sutro (PM&S), where he serves on the Executive Committee and has headed up the Commercial Transactions/Energy group. For the past four years, he has had overall responsibility within the firm for its work for Chevron.
 Hinman joined PM&S in 1965 after receiving his J.D. degree from Cornell Law School. He earlier earned a bachelor's degree in 1962 from Brown University. He became a partner in PM&S in 1973.
 Hinman is a member of the California Bar, the American Bar Association and the San Francisco Bar Association. He is a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation and serves on the Advisory Board of the International and Comparative Law Center of the Southwestern Legal Foundation. He has served on the Cornell Law School Advisory Council and has been actively involved in a number of local community service activities.
 Renfrew joined Chevron in January 1983 as its legal vice president after a highly distinguished legal career that included service as Deputy U.S. Attorney General, eight years as a U.S. District Judge for Northern California and many years as a partner at PM&S.
 He joined PM&S in 1956 after earning his J.D. degree from the University of Michigan Law School. Renfrew, who served in both the U.S. Army and Navy, graduated from Princeton University in 1952.
 In 1972, he left PM&S to become a federal judge for the Northern District of California. He left the bench in 1980 when President Carter appointed him to the the Justice Department, where, as Deputy Attorney General, he had special responsibility for law enforcement. Renfrew rejoined his former law firm in 1981 before leaving to accept the legal post at what was then Standard Oil Company of California.
 Renfrew is active in the American Bar Association and other legal organizations and is a frequent speaker and panelist on legal topics. He is a director of the American Petroleum Institute, the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund and the National Crime Prevention Council. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and serves on the board of trustees of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
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 /CONTACT: Laurie Sachtleben of Chevron, 415-894-6285/
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