Indonesia: Chevron Court Case Highlights Doubts Over Energy Regulation
From Financial Times
By Ben Bland
On Tuesday, a judge ruled that there was not enough evidence to continue detaining the four Chevron managers over allegations of corruption at an environmental remediation program in Sumatra and that they must be set free.
Chevron has welcomed the release of its employees, who were held in crowded communal cells in Jakarta, and re-iterated its position that “there is no legal justification to support criminal corruption charges” against its staff.
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