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Mexican Senate Approves Energy Overhaul Aimed at Production Boom
Mexico 's Senate approved an energy overhaul bill that supporters say will make the country the world's fifth-largest oil producer in about a decade, spurring growth in Latin America 's second-biggest economy.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
El Paso couple wins ExxonMobil photo contest; $1,000 gas cards
With the holiday travel season upon us, one El Pasoan can travel a little easier after winning the Exxon and Mobil Fueling Connections photo contest and $1,000 worth of Exxon Mobil Gift Cards.
Exxon to boost north Houston presence further
Exxon Mobil Corp.'s massive footprint north of Houston is going to be even larger - and a portion of it will be tax free.
Letter to Exxon goes unanswered
More than six months after the Arkansas Health Department sent a letter urging Exxon Mobil to begin planning for removal of the Pegasus pipeline from 18 of the state's drinking-water sources, the oil giant has not responded.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
End of Mexico 75-Year Oil Monopoly Looms With Senate Deal
Mexico's seven-decade state energy monopoly is poised to end after senate committees voted in principle to approve output sharing and licenses for outside producers.
UC Berkeley professor urges university to divest from Big Oil
Daniel Kammen , a professor at the University of California, Berkeley , urged his employer to divest its holdings in fossil fuel businesses.
One Put, One Call Option To Know About for Exxon Mobil
Consistently, one of the more popular stocks people enter into their stock options watchlist at Stock Options Channel is Exxon Mobil Corp. .
U.S. Light-Sweet Refining Capacity Hits A Wall: Power Shifts From...
My last article, Are Energy Investors Rotating Out of Shale Producers And Into Big Oil , addressed the relative outperformance of big oil companies like Exxon and Chevron over that of shale oil producers like EOG Resources , Continental Resources , and Whiting Petroleum over the past month or so.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
New York Magazine
Liquid Cow and Black Mayo
For 220 years, man filled Newtown Creek with so much industrial ick that the EPA declared it a Superfund site in 2010.
the Insiders: Mark Jacobs Part Four
In 2012, big oil companies earned billions. Chevron made more than $26-billion while Shell made a little more than $22-billion.
What To Do About Those Rising Stock Prices?
In the past week, I have dipped into my savings pool, and have also dipped into my margin by buying more Target .
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Candid wishlist: Iran is not so subtle when it comes to who it wants back in its oil market
Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh named the seven in order: Total of France, Royal Dutch Shell, Italy's ENI, Norway's Statoil, Britain's BP and US companies Exxon Mobil and ConocoPhillips .
Should You Still Buy BP At $47?
BP presently trades at $46.80 and its 52-week High at $48.03 is clearly in reach.
Exxon's Come a Long Way on Climate Change
Companies' use of an internal carbon price provides evidence that industry leaders today are shifting from idealogical stances on climate change to more practical, profit-driven approaches.
Mexico New Bill to Open Oil Fields Surpasses Pena Nieto Plan
Senators from Mexico's two biggest political parties have released a bill to break the nation's 75-year oil monopoly by amending the constitution to allow production sharing contracts and licenses for outside producers.
Why Investors Should Not Be Worried About Chevron's Massive CapEx
One of the world's leading integrated energy companies, Chevron has been spending enormous amounts of cash on some of its biggest projects to ramp up its production of oil and gas.
Exxon Mobil - Time To Take Profits After Strong Recent Momentum
Investors in Exxon Mobil are happy with shares on the verge of setting new all time highs.
Exxon challenges U.S. claims
Exxon Mobil on Friday formally challenged federal allegations that it had violated nine safety regulations before its Pegasus pipeline ruptured last spring, spilling an estimated 210,000 gallons of heavy crude oil into a Mayflower neighborhood.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Are Energy Investors Rotating Out Of Shale Producers And Into Big Oil?
As I write this, the DJIA is up +184 points yet the stocks of some of the fastest growing shale oil producers are strong to the downside: EOG Resources is down -$3.67, Whiting Petroleum is down -$1.70, and Continental Resources is down -$3.70.