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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...
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Huge oil discovery off Guyana raises the stakes in election fraud case

If discredited president refuses to accept imminent ruling over March vote, investors likely to be scared offAllegations of mass vote fiddling in the former British colony of Guyana may lead to the country’s discredited government being ostracised unless a court hearing next week can resolve a bitter dispute over election results.The political stakes in Guyana have risen massively since May 2015 when Exxon Mobil discovered oil reserves potentially worth more than $100bn (£80bn) 200km (124 miles)...
Tags: Oil, Americas, ExxonMobil, Exxon Mobil, World news, Commodities, Caribbean, Guyana


Oil giants may face job cuts as coronavirus threatens recovery

ExxonMobil denied speculation that it is planning on cutting 5-10 percent of its workforce this year.
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The Curse of Black Gold: Vast Oil Find Puts Guyana on the Verge of Riches - or Failure

Guyana has always been one of South America's poorest countries. But now that ExxonMobil has discovered a new oil field off the coast, the tiny nation could become one of the world's richest. But will it be a blessing or a curse?
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Update: Amazon announces $2 billion Climate Pledge Fund

Update: This post has been updated to indicate that although Rodrigo Prudencio’s profile on LinkedIn stated, “I lead investments for Amazon’s $2B Climate Pledge Fund” the fund is led by Matt Peterson on Amazon’s corporate development team and and Kara Hurst, who leads the company’s sustainability team, according to an Amazon spokesperson. Prudencio deleted his original description of his role without comment. Amazon has announced its $2 billion Climate Pledge Fund to invest in sustainable tec...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Verizon, Microsoft, Climate Change, Berlin, Linkedin, Tech, Renewable Energy, ExxonMobil, Jeff Bezos, Amazon Web Services, TechCrunch, Infosys, Bezos, Matt Peterson


Amazon announces $2 billion Climate Pledge Fund led by longtime clean tech investor, Rodrigo Prudencio

Amazon has announced its $2 billion Climate Pledge Fund to invest in sustainable technologies and services that will help the company reach its commitment to be net-zero carbon in its operations by 2040. It’s a sizable commitment from a company that has been criticized for its contributions to carbon emissions in its own operations and the work that the company has done for some of the world’s largest polluters like ExxonMobil (through its Amazon Web Services business). It comes on the heels ...
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Amazon announces $2 billion Climate Pledge Fund led by longtime cleantech investor, Rodrigo Prudencio

Amazon has announced a $2 billion “Climate Pledge Fund” to invest in sustainable technologies and services that will help the company reach its commitment to be net zero carbon in its operations by 2040. It’s a sizable commitment from a company that has been criticized for its contributions to carbon emissions in its own operations and the work that the company has done for some of the world’s largest polluters like ExxonMobil (through its Amazon Web Services business). And it comes on the heels...
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Groups built on fossil fuel funding urge states to reopen amid pandemic

ExxonMobil, Koch and Mercer family are past funders of critics of stay-at-home orders as fossil fuel industry struggles amid lockdownsDozens of individuals and groups urging states to reopen amid the Covid-19 pandemic have historical financial ties to coal and oil and gas companies and conservative billionaires who have invested in climate disinformation.Past funders of the current critics of stay-at-home orders include the bankrupt coal company Murray Energy and oil giant ExxonMobil, as well as...
Tags: Energy, Environment, ExxonMobil, Fossil Fuels, Koch, Mercer, Murray Energy, Coronavirus outbreak, ExxonMobil Koch


May heralds even more disruption and uncertainty for petrochemicals

By Nigel Davies, Insights Editor, ICIS Special to The Digest The impact of the coronavirus lockdowns on the oil, gas and chemicals industries’ integrated value chains is radically shifting relationships and profitability. It is also making planning virtually impossible, as BASF suggested last week. The environment around refining and chemical margins remains challenging, Shell CEO Ben van Beurden also said this week. “The key to the profitability of our chemicals plants and refineries is their i...
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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.
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Coronavirus: Brand Moves for Friday April 17

AirBnB are having to innovate to maintain their business during social distancing, while staying true to their positioning, which is about authentic local experiences and the idea of belonging. They have just launched a new service: online experiences. Basically, unique experiences you can share with others online, from virtual cocktail sessions to meditation, entertainment and education. Flight booking website Skyscanner have followed suit, with virtual guides to destinations and experiences, ...
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Netflix Is Now Worth More Than ExxonMobil

With demand for its content soaring as people are self-isolating due to COVID, the streaming giant’s total market value on Wall Street has risen to $196 billion. Meanwhile, with demand for its product collapsing as people avoid going anywhere, the oil giant — the most valuable company in the world in 2013, is watching its stock price slump. – The Guardian
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Leaked memo from top PR firm Weber Shandwick reveals guidelines for pitching reporters during the coronavirus

A leaked memo sent to all staff at the headquarters of Weber Shandwick, one of the world's biggest PR firms, reveals its media relations strategy for clients and employees during the coronavirus outbreak. The memo warns against sending "tone deaf" pitches that might lead to public shaming on social media and encourages employees to treat reporters "like the people they are." It also suggests that clients avoid anything that could be perceived as capitalizing on the pandemic.  The memo arrived ...
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'It's a nightmare': Fife residents demand inquiry into flaring at petrochemical plant

Issue symbolises disconnect between Holyrood’s climate rhetoric and what happens on the ground, say residentsWhen Linda Erskine looked outside her window last week, she saw an intense flare from the Mossmorran petrochemical plant in Fife. The flaring, which she says collapses night into day, can be seen more than 20 miles away in Edinburgh.Erskine, a local Labour councillor, describes living in Lochgelly, a former mining community neighbouring Mossmorran, as unpleasant. “When that flare goes, th...
Tags: Climate Change, Scotland, Environment, ExxonMobil, UK News, Oil and gas companies, Air Pollution, Fossil Fuels, Holyrood, Lochgelly, Mossmorran, Linda Erskine, Edinburgh Erskine


Saudi Arabia price war wipes billions from value of major oil firms

Royal Dutch Shell and BP lose more than £32bn from their combined market value Saudi Arabia’s oil price war has wiped billions of pounds from the market value of the industry’s biggest companies after oil markets recorded one of the biggest price slumps in history.The decision of the world’s largest oil-producing nation to increase its production even as the coronavirus outbreak stalls global oil demand triggered a 30% drop in oil prices on Monday morning. Continue reading...
Tags: Business, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Oil, ExxonMobil, Opec, London Stock Exchange, UK News, World news, Commodities, Oil and gas companies, US news, Stock Markets, Royal Dutch Shell, Tullow Oil, Bp


World Bank accused over ExxonMobil plans to tap Guyana oil rush

Washington DC-based bank grants funds to redraft south American state’s oil laws by lawyers linked to oil giantThe World Bank is to pay for Guyana’s oil laws to be rewritten by a legalfirm that has regularly worked for ExxonMobil, just as the US producer prepares to extract as much as 8bn barrels of oil off the country’s coast.The World Bank has pledged not to fund fossil fuel extraction directly, but it is giving Guyana millions of dollars to develop governance in its burgeoning oil sector, as ...
Tags: Business, Environment, Oil, Americas, US, ExxonMobil, Economics, World news, Commodities, Oil and gas companies, Energy industry, Washington Dc, Global Economy, World Bank, Guyana


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


Carson refinery fire could cause gas prices to spike, underscores safety hazards

A fire overnight at the Marathon Refinery in Carson, which shuttered a portion of the facility, could cause statewide gas prices to climb and sparked criticism Wednesday, Feb. 26, from the city’s mayor over what he said was a lack of advice from officials about how residents should have responded. The incident, which began after an explosion there around 10:50 p.m. Tuesday, also once again underscored the economic and public safety consequences California and the refinery-heavy South Bay could f...
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Mossmorran: Production resumes at ExxonMobil chemical plant

The ExxonMobil plant at Mossmorran was closed in August after it suffered two boiler explosions.
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More parties pulled at London oil week due to coronavirus

The list of parties at London's International Petroleum Week, one of the world's biggest oil industry gatherings, continues to shrink as hosts such as ExxonMobil and Azerbaijan's SOCAR cancel events due to the coronavirus, trading sources said.
Tags: London, Money, ExxonMobil, businessNews, Azerbaijan, SOCAR, International Petroleum Week


Limited Biofuels M&A Activity in 2019, Stage Set for Potentially Busy 2020

By Bruce Comer, Founder and Managing Director, Ocean Park Special to The Digest Slowdown in North American biofuels Mergers and Acquisitions as thin margins and policy uncertainty hung over industry. Biofuels Merger and Acquisition (M&A) activity in North America was subdued in 2019. Only four operating biodiesel, ethanol and advanced biofuels plants were sold during the year. These four acquired plants were relatively small with a combined capacity of only 133 Million Gallons Per Year. N...
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London oil week suffers more party cancellations due to coronavirus

The list of cocktail parties during London's International Petroleum Week has shrunk even further as hosts like ExxonMobil and Azerbaijan's SOCAR continue to cancel events due to the coronavirus, trading sources said.
Tags: London, Money, ExxonMobil, businessNews, Azerbaijan, SOCAR, International Petroleum Week


A Group of Big Businesses is Backing a Carbon Tax. Could It Be a Solution to Climate Change?

The long list of big companies backing a carbon tax as a solution to climate change grew this week with financial giant J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. endorsing a legislative plan billed as a centrist approach to reducing emissions. The announcement comes as the Climate Leadership Council (CLC), the organization behind the proposal, which was first released in 2017, redoubles efforts to promote the plan before an expected introduction in Congress as the conversation around various climate solution...
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Gas prices keep falling. Could the Louisiana refinery fire change that?

A fire erupted at Baton Rouge's ExxonMobil refinery in Louisiana late Tuesday night. Experts say the fire is unlikely to affect gas prices.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Fifth largest refinery in US catches fire in Louisiana

There were no reported injuries at the ExxonMobil refinery fire in Baton Rouge on Tuesday night.
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Yale Law Students Protest Paul Weiss Recruiting Event

Students concerned about climate change demanded that the firm #DropExxon.
Tags: Law, Climate Change, ExxonMobil, Law Schools, Biglaw, Quote Of The Day, Paul Weiss, Law Students


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.
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