Exxon Mobil (XOM) has been discussing fracking with German regulators and communities with...


Exxon Mobil (XOM) has been discussing fracking with German regulators and communities with future exploration in mind, it said in its 2012 financial and operational review released this week. Germany does not have an official moratorium on fracking, unlike some nearby countries, but analysts say XOM’s "ultra cautious” comments imply an informal policy more restrictive than markets realize.

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  • T-Rex81
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    Please please let these stupid Europeans ban the most abundantly cheap & clean energy source in the world in their own country. America will grow rich selling the EU 12-16 dollar an MCF gas as it slowly falls apart. Huge profits will be made as these country's look a gift horse in the mouth as they bow to the green energy environmental gangsters.
    29 Mar 2013, 10:13 PM Reply Like
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