This 2006 letter from U.S. Senators Snowe and Rockefeller to Exxon Chairman and CEO Rex Tillerson criticizes Exxon for its climate denial efforts and “longstanding support of a small cadre of global climate change skeptics.” The Senators argue that Exxon’s climate denial strategy has made it difficult for the US to “demonstrate moral clarity,” and has […]
Ken Cohen, ExxonMobil Vice President of Public Affairs writes a letter on September 25, 2006 to the Royal Society responding to criticism and detailing the company’s history of involvement in climate change policy.
Letter from the Bob Ward at the Royal Society to Nick Thomas, Director of Corporate Affairs of Esso UK Limited discussing misleading messages about the science of climate change from Exxon and Exxon-funded organization.
Invitation for “Strategic Discussion Regarding the Clean Air Act” Sponsored by Heartland Institute 2006
This memo outlines an invitation from the Heartland Institute to discuss “public policy challenges related to the Clean Air Act.”
This document contains ExxonMobil’s 2006 tax returns.
This ExxonMobil climate and energy public relations op ed series from 2003 features articles submitted to news publications including “Building the energy future, “A look back at a look ahead,” “Bridging to the automotive future,” “Building a more energy efficient world,” and “Energy Beyond 2020.” These articles paint oil and gas as the only reliable […]
US Global Climate Change Program Scientist Michael MacCracken 2002 Letter to ExxonMobil’s Lee Raymond
September 26, 2002 Retiring Senior Scientist for the Office of the U. S. Global Change Research Program, Michael MacCracken writes a letter to ExxonMobil’s Lee Raymond in response to criticism of the National Assessment and U.S. climate science in ExxonMobil advertising as well as the ExxonMobil fax from on February 6, 2001 from Randy Randol […]
ExxonMobil Lobbyist Randy Randol 2002 Memorandum to White House US on Approach to Climate Change Research
This document is a fax, dated March 22, 2002 from ExxonMobil’s Randy Randol to Phillip Cooney of the Bush Council on Environmental Quality including ExxonMobil’s recommendations for ways to improve the research on climate change.
A 2001 memo between State Department officials, regarding the Department’s upcoming meeting with Don Pearlman, the Executive Director of the Climate Council. As the memo states, Climate Council is an organization dedicated to “informing domestic and international climate change,” and adamantly opposed to the Kyoto Protocol and U.S. efforts to address climate change in general. […]
This document is an article discussing ExxonMobil’s current and future oil production, published in a 2001 issue of Fortune, a popular international business magazine. In the article, ExxonMobil’s CEO Lee Raymond stated that the company plans to “spend $45 billion over the next decade to increase its energy production by three million barrels a day.” The […]