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2006 Letter to ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson from Senators Snowe and Rockefeller

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 […]

2003 CEI works closely with White House and Congress on Energy Policy Act

The following series of emails ranging from March 31 to August 1, 2003 follows employees of the free-market, “public policy group” Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) in their efforts to change climate-related language in the Energy Policy Act of 2003. The majority of the organization’s outreach is led by then Director of Global Warming Policy at […]

1998 ExxonMobil Pamphlet: Global Climate Change Everyone’s Debate

This pamphlet, circulated to both U.S. and international policy-makers questions whether climate change is man-made and if so, the extent of contribution of fossil fuels to the problem. Although statements in this pamphlet are partially true in that Exxon “carefully studied” the science behind climate change, it contradicts its own internal findings with early climate […]

1990 Mobil Executive Speech “The Clean Revolution: Its Impact on the Refining Industry”

This document is a speech titled, “The Clean Revolution: Its Impact on the Refining Industry”¬†given by Mobil Executive, J. V. D’Ambrisi in 1990. The speech begins by attacking the “clean air bandwagon” and continues by describing the different “Paths to Clean Air” proposed by the House and Senate. In the speech, D’Ambrisi acknowledges that any […]