Chevron Australia managing director Roy Krzywosinski will leave the role at the start of June.

Changing guard at Chevron

Chevron is the latest major resources player in the state to announce a change in leadership, after selecting a successor to current managing director (Australia) Roy Krzywosinski, who will hand over the reins in June.


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As soon as the startup of Gorgon LNG is resumed, the largest robbery in history will begin. Australia will be losing its natural resources for free as the largest robbery in history will be carried out by Chevron. Cost overrun of Gorgon project will be used as an excuse for Chevron not to pay any cent to the Australian government for 20 years. Chevron will extract 312 million tons of LNG and 160 million barrels hydrocarbon condensate for two decades without paying royalty or tax to the Australian government. At current energy market price, this will be equivalent to about 89 billion US dollars, hence the largest robbery ever in history. Chevron shipped to Perth an experienced “Tax thief “who will ensure that the robbery is clean and is conducted in broad day light.

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