Chevron consented to adopt an alternative, sustainable plan for upgrading its refining facility in Richmond, Calif., as suggested by the city's permitting team. The plan aims to curb the refinery's sulfur processing capacity, stabilize carbon emissions and mitigate health risks, the company said. Chevron also proposed doubling its community investment deal with the city to $60 million.

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