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David Bay Chalmers Jr. (born 1954)[1] was an owner of the oil refining company, Bayoil U.S.A. Inc, which operates out of Houston, Texas and a subsidiary, Bayoil Supply and Trading Ltd. in the Bahamas. The company was heavily involved in oil trading throughout the 1990s and early 2000s with the Iraqi government. In the 2004 Oil-for-Food Program Hearings, Bayoil was among the corporations investigated by the committee,[2] and its executive David Chalmers was convicted of conspiracy to commit wire fraud.[3][dead link] Chalmers' great-uncle, Charles Ulrick Bay (1888–1955),[4] founded Bay Petroleum[5] in 1937,[6] later become a high-ranking intelligence official in the Office of Strategic Services, and later an ambassador to Norway.[1] Chalmers' father, David Bay Chalmers Sr., became a well-known oil trader through the creation of Coral Petroleum (which filed for bankruptcy protection in 1983).[1] References ^ a b c Low-Profile Texas Oilman Draws Spotlight for Iraqi Deals, Simon Romero, The New York Times, 15 April 2005 (retrieved 10 September 2010) ^ Levin to Release Report on Bayoil Diversions ^ Texas Oil Executive and Two Corporations Sentenced ^ ^ ^ Scott, Quinta, Along Route 66, University of Oklahoma Press, 2000, p. 207, ISBN 9780806132501 (retrieved 10 September 2010 from Google Books) External links Picture, David J. Phillip, Associated Press Persondata Name Chalmers, David B. Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1954 Place of birth Date of death Place of death