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29 min ago | Washington Times
ExxonMobil has submitted a report to the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality saying it has completed the cleanup of soil stemming from last year's oil spill in Mayflower.
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At first, BP looks like a no brainer. It is one of the world's biggest oil & gas stocks, and is trading at a P/E of 6.5 and a dividend yield of 4.66%.
The subject of Craig Rosebraugh's new documentary Greedy Lying Bastards is the billion dollar climate denial industry, which he blames for the failure of the global community to agree a new international climate treaty.
Alright, technically the title's not all true. The company made money last year, lost it the previous year, and made it the year before that.
Dresser-Rand's large market share in compressors leverages it to the development of gas/LNG infrastructure, but the timing of the projects is uncertain.
After the 2011 announcement that Exxon Mobil Corp. would move its headquarters to north Houston near the Woodlands, Magnolia, Texas-based Gracepoint began purchasing additional properties in the area within five miles of the new campus.
This week we are running a screen to identify stocks that look to be worthy of further consideration for investors seeking exposure to the energy sector.
The petroleum products giant offers a 2.7% yield, right in line with the average yield on the Dow Jones Industrial Average , Exxon has the freedom to let dividend payments and other cash flow items bob and weave a bit.
Chevron Corporation is the world's largest private producer of crude oil. Though the company's main focus is on its upstream business it also has indulged in a wide array of downstream activities including marketing, transportation, and refining businesses.
In early trading on Thursday, shares of Boeing topped the list of the day's best performing Dow Jones Industrial Average components, trading up 0.7%.
The pay of Royal Dutch Shell's former chief executive, Peter Voser, halved to $11.24 million last year following what the company described as a disappointing performance.
South Africa's ruling African National Congress used its parliamentary majority to push through changes to laws that companies such as Exxon Mobil say will curb investment.
Business groups representing many of the largest U.S. corporations are urging policymakers to tread softly when crafting sanctions on Russia, raising concerns that overly aggressive measures could fray lucrative relationships with the Kremlin or provoke retaliation by Moscow.
The largest energy company in the world has a record number of projects coming on-line and will focus on higher-margin products.
A rendering of the Springwoods Village Town Center, where Woodbine Development plans to develop a full-service hotel, in addition to three select-service hotels it's planning for the community.