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6 hrs ago | Reuters
Exxon Mobil Corp has offered gasoil cargoes through a rare term tender from its joint-venture refinery in Saudi Arabia, in a further sign that the country is becoming more self-sufficient in meeting its gasoil needs.
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7 hrs ago | Mother Jones
Most experts agree that slowing climate change is going to have to involve some kind of price on carbon dioxide pollution.
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Exxon Mobil Corp.'s massive footprint north of Houston is going to be even larger - and a portion of it will be tax free.
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.
Daniel Kammen , a professor at the University of California, Berkeley , urged his employer to divest its holdings in fossil fuel businesses.
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For 220 years, man filled Newtown Creek with so much industrial ick that the EPA declared it a Superfund site in 2010.
Nebraska's most battle-tested soldier turned in his retirement papers last month.
In 2012, big oil companies earned billions. Chevron made more than $26-billion while Shell made a little more than $22-billion.
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 .
BP presently trades at $46.80 and its 52-week High at $48.03 is clearly in reach.
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.
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.
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.