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Democrats in Congress want to tax Exxon, Chevron and other major oil and gas companies, saying the biggest polluters should pay for the floods, wildfires and other disasters that scientists have linked to the burning of fossil fuels @LFFriedman 

News Headline: “Why Exxon and Chevron shareholders aren’t fazed by bumper profits...” Year to Date $XOP +42% $XOM +41% $CVX +22%

Experts agree that lowering carbon emissions is not enough. Now companies like Microsoft and Chevron are investing in carbon capture technologies that remove carbon from the air and store it underground. Watch to learn more.

Why Exxon and Chevron shareholders aren’t phased by bumper profits

Why Exxon and Chevron shareholders aren’t phased by bumper profits

Why Exxon and Chevron shareholders aren’t phased by bumper profits

Most popular tickers searched on @CNBC  dot com from Fri, 7/30/21: 1) Amazon $AMZN 2) 10Y US Treasury yield 3) Robinhood $HOOD 4) Tesla $TSLA 5) Apple $AAPL 6) Pinterest $PINS 7) ExxonMobil $XOM 8) Chevron $CVX 9) Advanced Micro Devices $AMD 10) S&P 500

Chevron and Total Energies are engaged in separate partnership talks with ONGC for upstream projects in India in a sign of growing interest in the country’s exploration sector that has barely received attention from foreign energy firms in recent years

Experts agree that lowering carbon emissions is not enough. Now companies like Microsoft and Chevron are investing in carbon capture technologies that remove carbon from the air and store it underground. Watch to learn more.

NEW YORK - US oil giants ExxonMobil and Chevron reported strong profits Friday riding a wave of higher prices amid recovering demand, but pledged to keep a lid on spending. #BangkokPost  #World 

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An utterly crushing day for Big Oil 1) Chevron investors demand emission cuts 2) Dutch court tells Shell to cut emissions by half 3) Exxon shareholders buck the company and elect directors demanding climate action. Thanks to all who fight--you push long enough and dominoes tumble

No good deed goes unpunished - especially when it involves confronting an oil tycoon. @roywoodjr  talks with human rights lawyer @SDonziger  to find out why he’s on house arrest for calling out the deadly effects of Chevron’s operations in Ecuador.

"It’s time to cut off the gas for Myanmar’s military coup leaders." In partnership with US multinational Chevron and France’s Total, the Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE) earns close to $500M annually from exports" to fund the killing of protesters.

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CHEVRON OIL SPILL: State emergency officials say a pipeline containing a mixture of oil and gasoline is leaking 5 gallons a minute into the San Francisco Bay. #oilspill 

San Francisco, Ca: Oh my god. There’s been a Chevron Oil spill. State emergency officials have reported a mixture of oil and gas is leaking 5 gallons a minute into the San Francisco Bay...

Mitch McConnell says $2,000 checks are "socialism for the rich." Ha! Here are the tax rebate checks corporations received from Trump's tax plan: Amazon: $129 million Delta: $187 million Chevron: $181 million GM: $104 million IBM: $342 million That's socialism for the rich!

Yes. Trump's not alone. Federal income taxes paid by corporations a year after his tax plan was signed into law: $0: Amazon $0: GM $0: Netflix $0: Chevron $0: FedEx $0: Eli Lilly $0: Starbucks Dr. King was right. We have socialism for the rich, rugged capitalism for the rest.

Remember: A year after Trump's tax plan was signed into law, 91 corporations paid nothing in federal incomes taxes after making billions in profits, including: Amazon Netflix General Motors Chevron FedEx Eli Lilly Starbucks Whirlpool Trump's tax plan was a giveaway to the rich.

250 pages. 37,500 words. Not a single damn mention of “climate change.” Trump’s NAFTA is a giveaway to the fossil fuel industry. I voted NO because the future of our planet is more important than the short-term profits of Exxon Mobil and Chevron.

What kind of money would it take to end homelessness in America? Making five companies—Amazon, Delta, Starbucks, Chevron and General Motors—pay the corporate tax rate that's on the books instead of paying $0.

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