EnergyFactor By ExxonMobil | Pespectives has a new home


All Posts from October, 2013

Last weekend the Houston Chronicle ran a smart opinion article on the future of global energy relationships that did not receive nearly as much attention as it should have.

U.S. energy-related carbon dioxide emissions dropped to levels not seen since 1994, when Forrest Gump filled the nation’s movie theaters. A key reason for the decline: natural gas from shale.

For the third year in a row the Progressive Policy Institute has assembled its list of “Investment Heroes” – those companies it salutes for investing in America’s future. And for the third year in a row, what stands out is the significant contribution to America’s economic future being made by the energy industry.

Energy is one of the American economy’s few bright spots. That’s the conclusion of a new analysis of employment trends put together by Raymond James Financial Inc.

A forum on Capitol Hill highlighted the energy security benefits of expanding global LNG trade by way of U.S. natural gas exports.

At the Education Nation Summit in New York this week, Rex Tillerson helped cut through the fog surrounding the Common Core State Standards to discuss why they are important to our nation’s future.

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