Thursday Dec 5
As Big Oil plans for carbon tax, Exxon may be better prepared than most
Big Oil is straying from conservative orthodoxy and making long-term financial plans under the assumption the government will force them to pay a price for carbon pollution as a way to control global warming - and Exxon Mobil Corp. is better prepared than others to face the new expense.
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3 Companies Will Win Big From This Current Trend
After spending several years at depressed levels, natural gas prices are on the move.
Fort Worth's Parade of Lights is going green
The parade begins at 6 p.m. Friday at Belknap and Throckmorton streets and will work its way along Commerce, Ninth and Houston streets.
'Protect Our Children' group addresses well
In an effort called "Protect Our Children," a group of parents and property owners concerned about the possible harmful effects of gas and oil drilling near schools is sharing its knowledge in regards to a well that could end up near Moraine Elementary School in Prospect.
Berkshire, ExxonMobil and a Valuation Tail
Recently, Berkshire's portfolio shows a new position of 40.1 million shares valued at $3.4 billion in ExxonMobil .
Producers 2013: XTO steady at MGS field
The Exxon subsidiary has managed to keep the aging Middle Ground Shoal field alive and kicking for 15 years, but investment lags The name XTO Energy Inc. rarely comes up when policymakers discuss Cook Inlet, but for 15 years the small company has been a consistent oil producer in the basin.