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At all of its US refineries. Let's thanks to a settlement over Clean Air Act violations at a couple of its refineries in California, the EPA the Justice department and the Mississippi department of environmental quality announced that settlement today. Mississippi was the home of another Chevron refinery in violation the EPA I started investigating Chevron after there was a fire involving high temperature hydrocarbons at a refinery in Richmond, California, northern portions of the state those are hazardous chemicals then during that investigation regulated chemicals were released in two other refineries one in pascagoula, Mississippi and another analysis Elsa gun do. Both of those violations happened in two thousand thirteen the incident of