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July 17, 2005



what strikes me most about this ad campaign is not merely what it says about the ability for honesty among major oil companies, but rather what it suggests about the consumer public. While I have become increasingly skeptical of the actual capacity for the average american consumer to be informed and to care, the fact that a company would invest in a campaign of this magnitude (happily) indicates otherwise.

Carolyn Postek

I am a student doing a paper on Chevron. I have these two questions this week. Can you give me information onthe following:
5. Identify Chevron’s investment banker(s) and the services provided by the investment bankers. 6. Describe the types of securities issued at the most recent offering for both debt and equity securities, when the offering occurred, and the quantity, unit price and total value of the securities offered.

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