May 23, 1995 |
Unocal Corp. Chief Executive Roger C. Beach was elected to the additional job of chairman at the company's annual meeting Monday, succeeding Richard Stegemeier, who retired. Beach, 58, has been chief executive of the oil and gas company since last May, when Stegemeier retired as chief executive. Stegemeier's resignation as chairman had been previously announced. Beach joined Los Angeles-based Unocal when its Union Oil Co. of California operating unit acquired Pure Oil Co.
June 3, 1992 |
Unocal Corp., the troubled Los Angeles-based oil company, Tuesday named company veteran Roger C. Beach to the positions of president and chief operating officer. The appointment of Beach, 55, to the company's No. 3 spot elicited little surprise among oil analysts. Many predicted the move could lead to Beach's replacement of Unocal's current Chairman and Chief Executive Richard J. Stegemeier upon his retirement. "It's the first step of a succession outline," said Michael C.
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October 27, 1993 |
For the second time this month, a major oil company, Unocal Corp., has fallen afoul of the federal environmental bureaucracy in the process of trying to manufacture cleaner gasoline to comply with federal law. Last Friday, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency notified Unocal that it was violating the Clean Air Act by doing preliminary construction work on low-emission gasoline plants in Carson and Wilmington before building permits were issued....
April 8, 1999 |
Unocal Corp. paid Chief Executive Roger Beach about $1.4 million last year, up 7.1% from 1997, before the effect of a new options program. Beach received $848,339 in salary, a cash bonus of $237,450, restricted stock worth $263,513 and other income totaling $65,182, according to the oil company's annual proxy filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
May 6, 1987
Unocal Corp., Los Angeles, promoted two men to senior vice president. They are Roger C. Beach, who continues as president of Unocal's refining and marketing division, and Thomas B. Sleeman, who continues as president of the chemicals division.
July 20, 1995 |
Unocal Forms Scrap Company: The Los Angeles-based firm said it has formed the company to help Southern California employers use vehicle scrapping programs to reduce air pollution and meet work trip reduction goals. As of July 1, work sites in the South Coast Air Quality Management District that have more than 100 employees are allowed to substitute vehicle scrapping for traditional work trip reduction plans, such as ride sharing and van pooling, to reduce air pollution.