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3% Daily Cash With Apple Card Now Available at Over 11,500 Exxon and Mobil Gas Stations Across U.S.

ExxonMobil today announced that it is the first U.S. gas station chain to offer 3% Daily Cash to customers who pay with an Apple Card using Apple Pay at Exxon and Mobil stations. 3% Daily Cash is now available for fuel, car washes, and convenience store purchases at over 11,500 Exxon and Mobil stations across the United States. To avoid inserting their card and touching the pin pad, Exxon and Mobil customers can use the Apple Card with Apple Pay in the Exxon Mobil Rewards+ app for iPhone to p...
Tags: Apple, ExxonMobil, Walgreens, United States, Exxon, Duane Reade, Mobil, Apple Nike, Apple Card, Exxon Mobil Rewards, Daily Cash, Mobil Gas Stations Across U S


Apparently It’s Sue Big Oil Week

It’s lawsuit week for Big Oil. A day after Minnesota filed a groundbreaking suit, Washington, DC District Attorney General Karl Racine sued ExxonMobil, Chevron, BP, and Shell, alleging that the companies “systematically and intentionally misled consumers ... about the central role their products play in causing…Read more...
Tags: Science, Minnesota, Washington Dc, Bp, Shell, Chevron, Exxon, Climate Denial, Greenwashing, Karl Racine, Climate Lawsuits, ExxonMobil Chevron BP


Exxon ramps Guyana crude output back up after fixing gas compressor

Exxon Mobil Corp has restored crude output at its nascent project off Guyana's coast after addressing problems with gas reinjection equipment, the South American country's environmental regulator said on Friday. Output at the offshore Liza field, which Exxon operates in a consortium with Hess Corp and CNOOC Ltd has been restored to between 80,000-90,000 barrels per day (bpd), after falling to between 25,000-30,000 bpd, according to Vincent Adams, head of Guyana's Environmental Pr...
Tags: Business, News, Guyana, Exxon, Exxon Mobil Corp, CNOOC Ltd, Liza, Hess Corp, Vincent Adams, Environmental Protection Agency Exxon


How To Make Yourself Stand Out When Interviewing For A Job

by Juliet Huck, founder of the Academy of Persuasion and author of “The Equation of Persuasion“ Interviewing for a job can be stressful! This is especially true if you’ve been at your company for an extended period and your interviewing skills are rusty. With the economic upheaval that has recently occurred due to the COVID-19 crisis, a lot of companies have been forced to conduct mass layoffs. Professionals across all industries are having to regroup on what their future looks like. This makes...
Tags: Startups, Interview, Washington Post, Self Awareness, Job Interview, Exxon, Advice For The Young At Heart, Juliet Huck, Academy of Persuasion, Enron Litigation


Exxon weighs letting Beaumont, Texas, refinery expansion slip into 2023 -sources

Exxon Mobil Corp is considering slipping the completion of an expansion of its Beaumont, Texas, refinery by up to a year into 2023 because of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on oil demand, said sources familiar with the company’s plans.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Exxon, Exxon Mobil Corp, Beaumont Texas


Exclusive: Exxon set to revive North Sea sale after months of delays - sources

Exxon Mobil is preparing to restart the sale of its British North Sea assets after weaker oil prices and the coronavirus outbreak led to months of delay, industry and banking sources said.
Tags: Money, Exxon Mobil, businessNews, North Sea, Exxon


JPMorgan directors reelected, former Exxon exec overcomes opposition

JPMorgan Chase & Co shareholders voted to reelect all of the bank's board members on Tuesday, including a former Exxon Mobil Corp CEO who drew criticism from environmental groups and New York City's comptroller and pension system leader.
Tags: Money, New York City, businessNews, Exxon, Jpmorgan, Exxon Mobil Corp, JPMorgan Chase Co


Exclusive: Exxon revives sale of stake in giant Azeri oilfield

Exxon Mobil has relaunched the sale of its stake in Azerbaijan's largest oilfield, the company said on Tuesday, as banking and industry sources said the move was drawing interest from large Asian oil and gas companies seeking to capitalize on the recent collapse in oil prices.
Tags: Money, Exxon Mobil, businessNews, Azerbaijan, Exxon


May Day And The Other Government

International Workers’ Day, or May Day, comes on the heels of one of the worst periods for workers in quite some time. In the last six weeks, more than 30 million Americans filed for unemployment. At the same time, the S&P 500 gained more than 12 percent and recorded its best month since 1987. For more than 100 years, May Day has seen celebrations of workers and workers’ rights, and has commonly been a day on which demonstrations and protests occur. Today, workers at Amazon, Whole Foods, Inst...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Texas, News, Virginia, America, South Dakota, Iowa, Netherlands, Mitch McConnell, Denmark, Associated Press, Lincoln, Citibank, Smith, Exxon


Exxon posts its first loss in decades, and Chevron slashes spending

ExxonMobil posted its first quarterly loss following its 1999 merger and Chevron pledged to further slash spending on Friday as the two largest US oil companies grapple with the crash in crude.
Tags: US, ExxonMobil, Cnn, Chevron, Exxon


Exxon takes $2.9B writedown as coronavirus ravages oil market

Exxon is slashing capital expenditures by 30 percent and cutting operating expenses by 15 percent in order to protect its 87-cent per share dividend. 
Tags: Finance, Article, Exxon, FBN, Fbn/markets, FOXBusiness, Fox-business/markets/oil, Fox-business/markets/stocks, Fox-business/investing-and-transactions/dividends, Fox-business/markets/us-markets, Jonathan Garber, 77451ac0-3eba-51ac-ac26-e71e84081643


Former Exxon Chief Lee Raymond Shouldn't Be on JP Morgan Chase's Board

Shareholders at JP Morgan Chase should block a former Exxon chief from another term on the bank’s board.
Tags: News, New York City, Global Warming, Jp Morgan Chase, Exxon, James, Raymond, Exxon Mobil Corp, BlackRock Inc, Stringer, DiNapoli, Thomas P, Dimon, Banking and Financial Institutions, JPMorgan Chase & Company, Oil (Petroleum) and Gasoline


Power Line: A historic week for oil, enlisting satellites to track the supply glut, and bizarre photos of what crude really looks like

Welcome to Power Line, a weekly energy newsletter brought to you by Business Insider. Here's what you need to know: Want to get this newsletter in your inbox every Friday? Sign up here.  Most of our content is available to BI Prime subscribers. Click here for 20% off.  Got a tip or feedback about this newsletter? Email [email protected]  It was a week littered with words like "record," "unprecedented," and "historic" — and here's why.  After more than 9 hours of video conferencing ...
Tags: Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Russia, New York City, US, Trends, Opec, Bloomberg, Canada, New York Times, Goldman Sachs, Halliburton, Goldman, Costco, Chevron, Exxon


Exxon lops 30% off 2020 spending, deeper and later than rivals

Exxon Mobil Corp on Tuesday throttled back investment in shale, natural gas and deep water production, cutting planned capital spending by 30% this year as the coronavirus pandemic saps energy demand and oil prices tumble.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Exxon, Exxon Mobil Corp


Exxon cuts capital budget by 30% during coronavirus, makes hand sanitizer ingredient

Exxon Mobil Corp. plans to lower operating spending and reduce its capital budget as the oil company grapples with weaker crude prices.
Tags: Finance, Article, Exxon, Exxon Mobil Corp, FBN, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/markets/oil, Dow Jones Newswires, Fox-business/markets/stocks, Fox-business/industries/energy, 7ea530de-a249-53c9-8478-33989604d5de


Last but not least: Exxon chops spending by 30%

Exxon Mobil Corp on Tuesday throttled back a multi-year investment spree, reducing its expansion budget by $10 billion this year as the coronavirus pandemic saps energy demand amid a dramatic slide in oil prices.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Exxon, Exxon Mobil Corp


An unprecedented wave of layoffs, what you need to know about the stimulus bill, and what comes next

Hello! This was the week that the economic toll of the coronavirus pandemic really became clear. On Thursday, the Labor Department revealed that around 3.3 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits in the week ending March 21, a record high. As Joseph Zeballos-Roig reported, the true unemployment number is likely much higher.  The scale and speed of the surge in unemployment is striking. For many in corporate America, the dramatic turn of events has meant layoffs via virtual meeting. He...
Tags: Amazon, UK, Texas, Softbank, US, America, Trends, Tesla, Yale, Brookfield, Silicon Valley, Airbnb, Norway, Halliburton, WeWork, Andreessen Horowitz


Exclusive - Coronavirus, gas slump put brakes on Exxon's giant Mozambique LNG plan

Exxon Mobil is likely to delay the greenlighting of its $30 billion (26 billion pounds) liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in Mozambique as the coronavirus disrupts early works and a depressed gas market makes investors wary, six sources told Reuters.
Tags: Money, Exxon Mobil, businessNews, Mozambique, Exxon


Islamist Militant Attacks Surged Most in Emerging LNG Giant

(Bloomberg) -- Mozambique suffered the biggest increase in attacks by Islamist militants globally last year, with violence centered around the gas-rich Cabo Delgado province, according to a security report.Islamic State in June started claiming responsibility for incidents that began in 2017 and have killed more than 800 people and forced 100,000 to flee their homes. Attacks more than tripled in 2019 from the previous year, according to Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project’s annual repor...
Tags: London, News, Islamic State, Africa, Exxon Mobil, Bloomberg, Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Mozambique, Somalia, United Nations Security Council, Exxon, Democratic Republic Of Congo, Maputo, Exxon Mobil Corp, Pemba


From Exxon to Royal Caribbean Cruises, U.S. companies rush to hoard cash

Corporate America is gearing up for leaner times.
Tags: Money, America, businessNews, Exxon, Royal Caribbean Cruises U S


Exxon Derides Oil Firms' Efforts to Not Burn Down the Planet as a 'Beauty Match'

In the pantheon of companies that have destroyed the climate, ExxonMobil has long sat on the throne. It’s spread disinformation for decades even as it knew the risks of its products, is the largest investor-owned source of emissions since 1980, and the third-biggest driver of ocean acidification since 1880. And on…Read more...
Tags: Science, ExxonMobil, Fossil Fuels, Carbon Dioxide, Exxon, Big Oil, Exxon Knew, Climate Policy




ExxonMobil 'tried to get European Green Deal watered down'

Climate lobbying watchdog claims US oil giant met EC officials in run-up to policyThe US oil firm ExxonMobil met key European commission officials in an attempt to water down the European Green Deal in the weeks before it was agreed, according to a climate lobbying watchdog.Documents unearthed by InfluenceMap revealed that Exxon lobbyists met Brussels officials in November to urge the EU to limit its carbon-pricing scheme to “stationary” sources, such as power plants, and exclude tailpipe emissi...
Tags: Europe, Business, Climate Change, Environment, Oil, US, ExxonMobil, Eu, European Union, Oil and gas companies, US news, Fossil Fuels, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, European Commission, Brussels, EC


Exxon CEO sticks to spending targets as oil prices tumble

Two years into an ambitious growth plan to revive earnings at the largest U.S. oil company, Exxon Mobil said on Tuesday it would stick to its spending plans even as its rivals trim costs.
Tags: Money, Exxon Mobil, businessNews, Exxon


Here's how much Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, the richest person in the world, has personally given to charity

Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos is the richest person in the world, with an estimated net worth of more than $117 billion. He's been criticized for not donating more of that wealth. The Amazon CEO is the only American among the world's five richest people who has not signed the Giving Pledge, in which participants promise to give away more than half of their wealth during their lifetimes or in their wills.  These are the donations Bezos is known to have made since becoming a billionaire in 1...
Tags: Amazon, Mark Zuckerberg, Congress, Washington, US, America, Trends, New York Times, New Jersey, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Jeff Bezos, Cuba, Seattle, Donald Trump, Princeton


Exxon outlines its steps to reduce harmful methane emissions

Some environmental advocates see Exxon's move as a rebuke of President Donald Trump's Environmental Protection Agency.
Tags: Finance, Article, Associated Press, Donald Trump, Exxon, FBN, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/markets/oil, Fox-business/politics/climate-change, 27809bc5-79b9-5277-8f25-556606f27363


A Quarter of All Tweets About Climate Crisis Produced By Bots

XXongo writes: According to a yet-to-be-published study from Brown University of the origin of 6.5 million tweets about climate and global warming, a quarter of all tweets about climate on an average day are produced by bots, disproportionately skeptical of climate science and action. The Brown University study wasn't able to identify any individuals or groups behind the battalion of Twitter bots, nor ascertain the level of influence they have had on the climate debate. "On an average day during...
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Morning Docket: 02.13.20

* A California attorney has been busted for selling drugs and guns. Talk about a full-service attorney... [New York Post] * A New Orleans lawyer is headed to federal appeals court in order to contest the constitutionality of mandatory bar dues. [ ] * A lawsuit suggests that the e-cigarette company Juul bought ad space targeted at kids on Cartoon Network and other outlets. [Reuters] * An Oklahoma City attorney at the center of a triple homicide has been suspended from practice. [KFOR.com] *...
Tags: New York Post, Law, California, New Orleans, Cartoon Network, Exxon, Juul, Oklahoma City, Reuters, KFOR, Paul Weiss, Morning Docket


Exxon tightens belt on employee travel

Travel requests involving industry conferences are especially being eyed closely
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Exxon's market value has crumbled by $184 billion

ExxonMobil used to have bragging rights as the world's most valuable public company. Now, America's largest oil company is in steady decline.
Tags: America, ExxonMobil, Cnn, Exxon