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Good idea regarding buying up oil rich regions for long-term regulated reserves. Have been long in Exxon since 1962 when they were called Standard Oil of New Jersey (Esso) and New York (Mobil). However, they need to rethink their Oil-centric business model so that they can retain their relevance going forward as Total S.A. has but even more Renewable/Sustainable energy by proportion is needed.
It strikes me as strange that investors worry so much about Exxon's dividend sustainability. The company is by far the strongest going from an asset and balance sheet basis. Even before we look at its enormous diversification which includes a huge Chemical segment which the others lack insofar as scale goes Exxon just promises income to DGI investors and the Growth is left to Chevron over the past 3 decades. Have both and hope that they get into renewable energy in a big way and soon. Since we have had Exxon for almost 60 years and Chevron for almost 45 we've obviously gotten our money's worth out of our original cost basis for both companies.
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I hope Exxon stops ramping up the US and the Permian basin. The cost for substandard oil from there will never be of great profit while the world is awash in oil that is cheaper to get in countries that actually want to drill. Also, the US should just buy up section of the basin to save oil for the US reserves instead of buying up the oil and contaminating it by dumping it into salt mines.
Hoping to see maintenance of refining gearer to process US light sweet crude.
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