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Oil and gas executives take a very long view of every country they operate in, through political ups and downs, and chief of Chevron Thailand is no exception.

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Walking into the office of one of the largest foreign investors in Thailand, few people might notice the array of tea leaves stacked up in containers in the corner of the room. 

“We’ve worked with a lot of governments over the past 50 years and we’ve worked well with all the governments because we both have one thing in common which is energy security”

“I got into drinking tea when someone gave me some a few years ago and ever since I’ve been hooked on it,” says Brad Middleton, managing director of South Asian operations for Chevron. He even has a special kettle that he keeps on the boil all day long so he can indulge his pleasure.

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