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With Exxon on the prowl, traders are betting on potential takeover targets

A deal between Exxon and Pioneer Natural Resources could kick off a bonanza of deal making in the oil patch

Buying Pioneer would cost $64 billion for Exxon Mobil. With synergies, the implied return is a healthy 11%, @Breakingviews  reckons. Oil demand is peaking, however, and shale drillers run through the best wells quickly, says columnist @rob_cyran 

From Breakingviews - Buying Pioneer would be iffy use of Exxon capital

From @Breakingviews : For Exxon Mobil, buying Pioneer Natural Resources would cost a chunky $64 billion. The implied return on investment looks healthy enough under conventional parameters. These days, however, the bar is higher @rob_cyran 

From Breakingviews - Buying Pioneer would be iffy use of Exxon capital

Shale's start-up phase is drawing to a close as Exxon sets its sights on one of the country's biggest frackers, says @liamdenning  via @opinion 

Shale producers are surging as traders bet they could be potential takeover targets after Exxon’s reported interest in Pioneer


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While you were robbed blind at the pump this year (and GOP blamed Biden), Exxon made $55,700,000,000 in profits. Over $1 billion per week. $152,600,000 per day. $1,766.24 per *second.* Congress should heed POTUS’s call and pass my bill to claw back Big Oil’s excess profits.

Remember when @elonmusk  wanted to bring free speech to Twitter and then S&P removed Tesla from their ESG 500 index, but kept in Exxon? ESG is business social credit. It's a means to control capital, keep business people in line with the narrative, and, ultimately, control you.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez grills former Exxon scientists on oil giant's climate change denial

So let me get this straight: Exxon's net income amounted to $2,245.62 every second of every day during Q2, but government spending is to blame for rising gas prices?

Exxon is rated top ten best in world for environment, social & governance (ESG) by S&P 500, while Tesla didn’t make the list! ESG is a scam. It has been weaponized by phony social justice warriors.

Big Oil's first quarter profits: Shell: $9.13 billion ExxonMobil: $8.8 billion Chevron: $6.5 billion BP: $6.2 billion Why not a windfall profits tax?

Here's how much profit Big Oil raked in last quarter: Shell: $9.1 billion Chevron: $6.3 billion BP: $6.2 billion Exxon: $5.4 billion They’re not raising prices to cover their costs—they’re raising prices to pad their profits.

NEW: Exxon doubles profit and will triple buybacks, while Chevron more than triples its profit to highest level since 2012

Shock. Shock. Shock. Gas prices are at the highest level in 7 years while Exxon Mobil, Chevron, Shell & BP made nearly $25 billion in profits last quarter – the highest level in over 7 years. The problem is not inflation. The problem is corporate greed, collusion & profiteering.

It's shameful Tillerson refused to answer my questions on his company's role in funding phony climate science. Bottom line: #ExxonKnew