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Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted May 10, 2011

API co-hosted a blogger conference call with ExxonMobil yesterday to discuss the company's first quarter earnings and energy tax policies. Ken Cohen, ExxonMobil's vice president of public and government affairs, and Jaime Spellings, ExxonMobil's general tax counsel, broke down the company's profits and spoke to misperceptions about the current tax code

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energy-iq  exxonmobil  horizontal-drilling  north-dakota  oil-and-natural-gas-industry  oil-drilling  oil-production  oil-refining  refineries  technology-innovation  vertical-drilling  oil-and-natural-gas-drilling  seismic 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted April 5, 2011

North Dakota celebrated its 60th year of oil production yesterday. On April 4, 1951, Amerada Corp. struck oil in Clarence Iverson's wheat field near Tioga, which eventually led to North Dakota becoming the 4th largest oil producing state in the country. 

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bp234  chevron  conocophillips  deepwater-horizon  exxonmobil  gulf-oil-spill  oil-spill-cleanup  oil-spill-response  spill-cleanup  spill-response  oil-companies 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted May 19, 2010

While the response to the Deepwater Horizon accident has focused on BP, it's not the only energy company that is working 24/7 to plug the leaks and manage the spill.

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domestic-energy  efficiency  exxon  exxonmobil  offshore-drilling  offshore-technology  technology-innovation  offshore-drilling-in-california  santa-ynez 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted April 19, 2010

ExxonMobil reports that it has completed the world's longest well from an existing offshore fixed platform drilling rig. 

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exxonmobil  peak-oil  cera 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted October 16, 2009

Two reports indicate that oil demand has probably peaked in the United States and other developed countries and will not exceed pre-recession levels. According to IHS Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA), oil demand in developed countries, which accounts for 54 percent of overall oil demand, likely peaked in 2005.

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