6.19.11 - YouTube-Homepage-Image - FEATURED

New ExxonMobil YouTube channel

For those regular readers of my blog over the past year, you’ve heard my commentary about a range of important issues – from energy security and access to safety and education.

Now, you can hear more about these issues from our employees and partners through videos on our new YouTube channel.

We’re going to use this channel to post items on a range of topics, including energy technology, math and science education and other issues relevant to ExxonMobil’s business. In addition, the YouTube channel features a live feed from this blog and our Twitter account.

I invite you to take a look at http://www.youtube.com/user/exxonmobil, and feel free to send me your questions.


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  1. festus o. dankyi says:

    THE FACT THAT THERE IS OIL ON OUR SHORES MEANS WE CAN GET WHATEVER OIL WE NEED TO POWER OUR VEHICLES. WHY SHOULD WE SPEND MONEY ELSEWHERE TO BUY AND TRANSPORT IT HERE , . IT IS INSANE FOR THE SO CALLED ENVIROMENTALIST TO HIGHJACK ALL FOR US TO PAY SO MUCH FOR GAS.

  2. Michael Brown says:

    Subscribed. Thank you, Ken.

    The great writer Ortega y Gasset wrote that each generation takes for granted, as background, the achievements created by prior generations. This is never more true than in the case of technology, and in particular the silent, all-important work performed by energy companies.

  3. festus o. dankyi says:

    THE FACT THAT THERE IS OIL ON OUR SHORES MEANS WE CAN GET WHATEVER OIL WE NEED TO POWER OUR VEHICLES. WHY SHOULD WE SPEND MONEY ELSEWHERE TO BUY AND TRANSPORT IT HERE , . IT IS INSANE FOR THE SO CALLED ENVIROMENTALIST TO HIGHJACK ALL FOR US TO PAY SO MUCH FOR GAS.

  4. Michael Brown says:

    Subscribed. Thank you, Ken.

    The great writer Ortega y Gasset wrote that each generation takes for granted, as background, the achievements created by prior generations. This is never more true than in the case of technology, and in particular the silent, all-important work performed by energy companies.