Tags » Exxon Mobil

McKeon calls search for specifics on Exxon settlement 'frustrating'

TRENTON —  Assemblyman John McKeon (D-27) said today that gleaning details about the state’s recent settlement with oil giant Exxon Mobil from Gov. Chris Christie’s administration has been “frustrating”, citing testimony from Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin given in front of the Assembly Budget Committee. 529 more words

Chris Christie

Brittish Petroleum As Environmental Steward

Yesterday we celebrated marked Earth Day. President Obama gave a speech in The Everglades during which he chided FL. Gov. Rick Scott for banishing the term climate change from government employees’ lips. 1,099 more words

News

A Closer Look At The 5 Biggest Oil Companies in the World

Today, the ‘black gold’ that is oil has become a true global commodity. With global oil prices still subject to volatility and geopolitical uncertainty, most of the oil ‘Supermajors’ have decided to reduce their operating costs by combining different strategies such as mergers, acquisitions and downsizing of existing staff. 2,266 more words

News

As Ole Miss commit, Airline pitcher thrives

What a difference a year makes.

Last season, Airline’s Andrew Lowe was just another struggling high school hurler trying to get through his junior year one game at a time. 692 more words

News

Anadarko Considers Selling Mozambique Gas Assets To Exxon Mobil

(2015-04-20) US group Anadarko Petroleum is studying the possible sale of natural gas assets in Mozambique with Exxon Mobil and Qatar Petroleum having expressed interest in the deal, according to a report from the Reuters news agency. 546 more words

Africa

Shell's $70 billion acquisition comes with several potential pitfalls

Shell’s big bet on liquefied natural gas (LNG) is far from a sure thing.

It is LNG, not oil, that’s truly behind the European energy giant’s $70 billion acquisition of Britain’s BG Group, which was announced on Wednesday. 1,384 more words

Energy

Chris Hedges: Boycott, Divest and Sanction Corporations That Feed on Prisons

 There are nearly 40 states that allow private corporations to exploit prison labor. And prison administrators throughout the country are lobbying corporations that have sweatshops overseas, trying to lure them into the prisons with guarantees of even cheaper labor and a total absence of organizing or coordinated protest. 990 more words

Corporate Empire