Chevron USA is now at Levick, which took over the bulk of Dow Lohnes Government Strategies in January.

The D.C. firm handles hot button issues such as fracking, oil spills, oil/gas development, Clean Act rulings, ethanol, trade policy, refinery regulation and gasoline pricing.

Rick Kessler, former DLGS president and chief of staff to powerful but retiring Congressman John Dingell (D-Mich.), works the Chevron account with Michael Scrivner, ex-chief of staff to Congressman Norm Lent (R-N.Y.), and Peter Leon, former legislative director for Rep. Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.).

Chevron spent $360K during 2013 at DLGS.

Parent company is currently celebrating the legal victory in the long-running legal squabble over pollution in Ecuador.

A U.S. federal judge this month tossed a $9.5B verdict against Chevron that was granted by an Ecuadoran court.