ExxonMobil is required to follow all applicable laws and meet all legal deadlines. Shouldn’t Washington do so too?
These days, there’s a little less tiger in every tank when it comes to the gasoline sold in the United States, and consumers have Washington policymakers to blame for that. The reason is ethanol.
Middle-class households dominate the ownership of U.S. publicly held oil and natural gas companies.
Answering questions about the future of hydrocarbons and their role in meeting the global energy imperative.
Here’s a snapshot that offers a fuller view of how ExxonMobil performed and what we invest and pay into the global economy and government coffers.
Worth a deeper look...
- Methane Emissions Decline as Shale Gas Production Skyrockets Energy in Depth
- This is the chart of the year Myles Udland, Business Insider
- NOIA, API studies list benefits of more federal OCS leasing Oil & Gas Journal
- Oil, ethanol groups say EPA delay hurting their industries Gannett
- U.S. urged to look to Canada and Mexico amid energy revolution The Globe & Mail
- European residential electricity prices increasing faster than U.S. U.S. Energy Information Administration
- Colorado's natural gas sector contributing to economic surge Raymond Keating, Denver Post
EPA’s Waters of the U.S. proposal will be bad for many sectors of the economy, particularly agriculture and energy.