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Atlantic Richfield bought Anaconda Copper in 1977, and six years later, the EPA listed Silver Bow Creek and Butte area as a federal Superfund site.
25 billion purchase of Atlantic Richfield, after the company agreed to sell large oil holdings in Alaska.
a subsidiary of Atlantic Richfield, in return for all of Atlantic Richfield's land-based exploration and production properties in California plus Arco's 49 percent interest in a 234-MW cogeneration plant in the valley.
Under a proposed settlement reached with the United States and the state of Indiana, the Atlantic Richfield Company and E.
This market is still reeling from corporate mergers, most notably the recent acquisition of Atlantic Richfield Co.
Fletcher's career in petroleum geology started in Calgary in 1958 as an exploration geologist for Atlantic Richfield and continued with the company at their head office in Los Angeles as a liaison between operations in Canada and Richfield's management.
The Environmental Protection Agency Region and the Atlantic Richfield Co.
A separate report by the Washington-based Center for Responsive Politics, another group seeking a ban on soft money, listed oil giant Atlantic Richfield as Southern California's biggest contributor.
Prior to joining Applied Materials, Davis served as vice president of finance, Europe, Middle East and Africa for Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO), where he was chief financial officer for ARCO's operations throughout that region.
In a move cheered by consumer advocates in California, the Federal Trade Commission on Wednesday scuttled the proposed $30 billion merger between BP Amoco and Atlantic Richfield Corp.
BP is the single, global brand formed by the combination of the former British Petroleum, Amoco Corporation, Atlantic Richfield (ARCO) and Burmah Castrol.
The downtown corridor used to be the home of large corporations such as Atlantic Richfield Co.
The top executive at Los Angeles-based Atlantic Richfield Co.
Prior to his non-profit work, Van Winkle held corporate posts with Atlantic Richfield Corporation and James River Corporation.
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