April 2017, Vol. 244, No. 4

Editor's Notebook

America Needs Tough Pipeline Regulations

Ray Galvin wouldn’t be too pleased with what’s been going on in Washington, D.C. as it relates to the environment. Ray was president of Chevron U.S.A. Production Company when I interviewed him in November 1994 for my book, The Oil Makers. He was a brilliant, thoughtful man who had worked his way into a top position with the widely respected oil petroleum company. In fact, with a little more support from his bosses, he may have been the one who unlocked the hidden mysteries of fracking, writes Bryan Burrough in his excellent book, The Frackers. Galvin loved more than just exploring for and discovering oil. He cared deeply about those who worked for him and he loved his country, the environm

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