The secretary of state and former head of ExxonMobil says he will be at the 2020 World Petroleum Congress in Houston “in some capacity, one way or another."
Donald Trump's nominee for secretary of state was a director of a subsidiary based in the Bahamas, one of the world’s key tax havens.
Early Saturday, reports began to surface that Donald Trump would nominate the oil company’s Rex Tillerson, who reportedly “has ties with Russian President Vladimir Putin.”
The companies that cruelly exploit prisoners will get the message only if it is delivered in the form of a sustained, nationwide economic action.
Last week, Republican Gov. Chris Christie's administration settled New Jersey's long-standing environmental lawsuit against Exxon Mobil Corp. for pennies on the dollar.
The contentious practice of hydraulic fracturing -- commonly referred to as "fracking," thus offering opponents a handy resemblance to a popular expletive -- isn't something Exxon Mobil's head honcho, Rex Tillerson, has opposed.
In a bid to remain the world’s top oil producer, Russia is partnering with Exxon Mobil and a number of other foreign oil companies to develop plans to get at reserves deep beneath the Arctic crust as early as 2020.
On the heels of Exxon Mobil's record-setting $10-billion quarterly profit, the "federal government is on the verge of one of the biggest giveaways of oil and gas in American history, worth an estimated $7 billion over five years." It's nice being an oil baron when two oilmen head the government.