Collection Index

Complete list of Climate Files posts, organized by date published. 

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No.Climate Files Post Title- Sorted by Document Year
11953 Esso Standard Oil Central Refinery Loss Committee Meeting Minutes
21954 Imperial Oil Experiences in Corrosion Control on a Products Pipe Line
31954 American Petroleum Institute Smoke and Fumes Committee Article “The Petroleum Industry Sponsors Air Pollution Research”
41958 “A Review of the Air Pollution Research Program of the Smoke and Fumes Committee of the American Petroleum Institute”
51959 Shell “The Earth’s Carbon Cycle” Article
61961 Esso Standard Report on the Petroleum Industries’ Air Pollution Control Program
71965 API President “Meeting the Challenges of 1966”
81965 President’s Science Advisory Committee Report on Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide
91967 API Public Opinion Survey on Air and Water Pollution
101967 Imperial Oil Air/Water Pollution in Canada: a Public Relations Assessment
111970 Imperial Oil report, “Pollution Is Everybody’s Business”
121970 Imperial Oil Report: Today’s Climate of Canadian Concern About Pollution
131971 Imperial Oil Seminar Program: The Economic Implications of Environmental Protection
141971 Imperial Oil Seminar: Economic Implications of Environmental Protection on Ocean Marine Transportation Crude Oil and Petroleum Products
151971 Imperial Oil Seminar: Economic Implications of Environmental Protection for Consumers
161971 Esso Engineering correspondence on Impact of Federal Air Pollution Regulations
171971 Imperial Oil Research Requirements
181973 News Release “Mobil President Attacks Ford Foundation”
191973 Imperial Oil Review of Environmental Protection Activities
201974 Mobil Senior VP Dayton Clewell speech to MIT Alumni Advisory Council
211974 Imperial Oil Review of Environmental Protection Activities
221975 Imperial Oil Pamphlet: Exxon and the Environment
231975 Imperial Oil Pamphlets: Oil and the Environment
241975 Imperial Oil Review of Environmental Protection Activities
251975 Imperial Oil Report on Solar Energy Opportunities
261976 Imperial Oil Paper on a Corrosion Mitigation Program for the Redwater Oilfield
271977 “The Coming Energy Crunch: A Practical Guide to Defensive Action” by former Exxon Corporate Research Laboratories manager L. G. Cook
281977 Exxon Memo About DOE Environmental Advisory Committee Subgroup Studying CO2 Effects
291977 Report on Exxon’s Financial Contributions
301977 Imperial Oil Review of Environmental Protection Activities
311977 Imperial Oil Government Contact List for Arctic Corporate Committee
321978 Exxon Memo on Greenhouse Effect for Exxon Corporation Management Committee
331978 Exxon Memo on Programs Developed to Measure CO2 Uptake and Request Credible Scientific Team
341978 Exxon Memo Proposing a Worldwide Effort to Answer “CO2 Problem”
351978 Report on Exxon’s Financial Contributions
361979 Climate Research Board: “Carbon Dioxide and Climate: A Scientific Assessment”
371979 Exxon Memo about API’s CO2 Effects Paper
381979 Exxon Memo about API’s CO2 Research Strategy
391979 Exxon Memo on Atmospheric Science Research to Influence Legislation
401979 Exxon Memo on Potential Impact of Fossil Fuel Combustion
411979 Exxon Report on Greenhouse Effect for NOAA
421979 Report on Exxon’s Financial Contributions
431979 Exxon Background Pamphlet: Fate and Effects of Oil in the Sea
441980 API CO2 and Climate Task Force, “The CO2 Problem; Addressing Research Agenda Development”
451980 Exxon Draft Statement and Comments on National Committee of Air Quality on Climate Change Risks and Policy Recommendations
461980 Exxon Memo on the CO2 Greenhouse Effect and Current Programs Studying the Issue
471980 Imperial Oil Review of Environmental Protection Activities for 1978-1979
481980 Imperial Oil Report: Some Questions About the Arctic Gas Pipeline
491980 Internal Exxon Memorandum: CO2 Greenhouse Communications Plan
501980 Imperial Oil Environmental Pollution Course
511980 Imperial Oil Research Project Sheets
521980 Imperial Oil Newsletter: Environmental Health and Conservation News
531980 Imperial Oil Slide on Atlantic Offshore Activities
541980 Internal Exxon Memorandum: Greenhouse Program
551980 Memo on Exxon’s View and Position on the Greenhouse Effect
561980 National Commission on Air Quality Carbon Dioxide Workshop
571980 Report on Exxon’s Financial Contributions
581980 Shell Chemical Company TREND Publication
591980 Imperial Oil Arctic, Deep Sea, and Solar Technology Report
601980 – 1981 Imperial Oil Review of Environmental Protection Activities
611981 Imperial Oil Report: Hydrocarbon Development in the Beaufort Sea Mackenzie Delta Region
621981 Exxon Memo on Possible Emission Consequences of Fossil Fuel Consumption
631981 Exxon Report on Potential Climate Change Research Programs
641981 Exxon’s Report on Financial Contributions
651981 internal Exxon “CO2 Position Statement”
661981 Imperial Oil Report on Politico-Economic Problems of Developing Alberta Tar Sands
671981 Letter from Esso to Exxon- Natuna Gas Project CO2 Emissions
681982 API “Climate Models and CO2 Warming: A Selective Review and Summary”
691982 Evolution of Mobil Public Affairs Program Report
701982 Exxon Memo Cutting CO2 Research Program Budget
711982 Exxon Memo Summarizing Climate Modeling and CO2 Greenhouse Effect Research
721982 Exxon Presentation on “CO2 Greenhouse Effect” and Exxon Climate Modeling
731982 Exxon speech “Inventing the Future: Energy and the CO2 ‘Greenhouse’ Effect”
741982 Exxon’s Report on Financial Contributions
751982 Letter Cutting Back Exxon CO2 Greenhouse Project
761982 Memo to Exxon Management about CO2 Greenhouse Effect
771983 J. P. McCullough presentation to the wives of Mobil managers
781983 Letter from Exxon to Esso Regarding Natuna Environmental Concerns
791983 Mobil Memo on the Atmospheric Greenhouse Effect
801983 Natuna Gas Project Environmental Background Paper
811983 Report on Exxon’s Financial Contributions
821984 Exxon Report on Climate Modeling and CO2 Effects
831984 Exxon Report: The Fate of CO2 From the Natuna Gas Project if Disposed by Subsea Sparging
841984 Shell Arctic Offshore Platform Patent
851984 Speech on Mobil’s “Environmental Perspective”
861984 Imperial Oil Report on the Public’s Perception of Environmental Issues
871984 Imperial Oil Article: Artificial Islands Withstand Ice Breakup
881985 Exxon Presentation on Greenhouse Effect Research and Budget
891985 Memorandum and Handout for Meeting with Lee Raymond and Exxon Corporate Research
901986 Shell “Coal Gasification Process” Series
911987 Mobil VP Herbert Schmertz speech at Fairfield University
921987 Shell Briefing Service “Synthetic fuels and renewable energy”
931988 Climate Institute North American Conference on Preparing for Climate Change
941988 Exxon Memo on the Greenhouse Effect
951988 Mobil “Environmental Health and Safety Review” Presentation
961988 New York Times front page article, “Global Warming Has Begun”
971988 Shell Confidential Report “The Greenhouse Effect”
981988 Esso Presentation on Implications of Brundtland Report
991988 Shell Western Research Proposal and Contract
1001989 Exxon Mobil article on “Greenhouse Science”
1011989 Imperial Oil Speech: Canada and Its Energy Opportunities Waiting to Happen
102 1989 GCC Membership
1031989 GCC, Southern Company Solicit Meetings with Senators
1041989 Presentation by Mobil Executive to the American Petroleum Institute’s Public Policy Committee
1051989 Presentation to Exxon Board of Directors on Greenhouse Gas Effects
1061989 Public Affairs Orientation speech by Mobil’s J. V. D’Ambrisi
1071990 Mobil Executive Speech “The Clean Revolution: Its Impact on the Refining Industry”
1081990 Patrick Michaels Curriculum Vitae
1091990 Shell “Statement of General Business Principles”
1101990 Shell Selected Papers “The environmental challenge and the oil industry’s response”
1111990 Imperial Oil Issue Essay Sleeves
1121990 Imperial Oil Article: Regulation to Reduce Emissions Could Hurt Economy
1131990 Imperial Oil Presentation: Running a Green Business
1141990 Imperial Oil Discussion Paper on Global Warming
1151990 Imperial Oil Cover Letter and Response to Framework for Discussion on the Environment
1161990 Imperial Oil Response to a Framework for Discussion on the Environment
1171990 Exxon Shareholders Environmental Report, Imperial Oil Collection
1181991 Imperial Oil Paper: The Application of Imperial’s Research Capabilities to Global Warming Issues
1191991 Imperial Oil Discussion Paper on Global Warming Response Options
1201991 Imperial Oil Discussion Paper on Underground Disposal of Carbon Dioxide
1211991 Imperial Oil Report: Potential for CO2 Reductions From Additional Energy Efficiency
1221991 Imperial Oil Preliminary Inventory of Greenhouse Gas Emissions
1231991 Imperial Oil Carbon Tax Study: A Discussion of the Economic Consequences of Alternative Taxes
1241991 Imperial Oil Discussion Paper on Air Quality
1251991 CATO Climate Denial Conference Flyer and Schedule
1261991 GCC Interested Parties Information
1271991 Information Council on the Environment Climate Denial Ad Campaign
1281991 Information Council on the Environment Test Denial Campaign Plan and Survey
1291991 Western Fuels Association Annual Report
1301992 Imperial Oil Environmental Reference Manual
1311992 GCC “Recognizes US Leadership for Presenting National Plan in Geneva” News Release
1321992 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 1 Issue 1
1331992 GCC Energy and Power Subcommittee Testimony
1341992 GCC Media on Organizational Structure
1351992 GCC UN Framework Convention on Climate Change Statement
1361992 Report on Exxon’s Financial Contributions
1371992 Shell Briefing Service “Managing Energy Efficiently”
1381992 Shell Speech “Three Cornered Challenge – energy, environment and population”
1391992 Shlaes Appointed GCC Executive Director
1401992 Western Fuels Association “The Greening of Planet Earth”
1411993 (ca.) GCC “What the Experts Say About Global Climate Change”
1421993 Backgrounder National Energy Policy Act of 1992 Summary of Provisions Relating to Global Climate Change
1431993 GCC “Ill-Considered Climate Change Policies Could Hurt Competitiveness and Environment” News Release
1441993 GCC “Position Statement and Recommendations on the U.S. National Action Plan”
1451993 GCC “The United States versus European Community” Report
1461993 GCC Climate “Expertise” News Release and Attachments
1471993 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 1 Issue 10
1481993 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 1 Issue 11
1491993 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 1 Issue 2
1501993 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 1 Issue 3
1511993 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 1 Issue 4
1521993 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 1 Issue 5
1531993 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 1 Issue 6
1541993 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 1 Issue 7
1551993 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 1 Issue 9
1561993 GCC Climate Watch Vol. 1 Issue 8
1571993 GCC Clinton Administration’s Climate Mitigation News Release and Attachments
1581993 GCC Debates Global Warming Policy News Release
1591993 GCC Emission Reduction News Release
1601993 GCC Media Hits
1611993 GCC National Action Plan Letter to DOE
1621993 GCC Natural Warming, Models, and National Action Plan News Release
1631993 GCC Patrick Michaels “Benign Greenhouse” News Release
1641993 GCC Response to Clinton Earth Day Pledge News Release and Attachments
1651993 GCC Supporting Voluntary Approach News Release
1661993 GCC Voluntary Emissions Report News Release
1671993 GCC White House Chief of Staff Letter
1681993 Mobil Budget Recommendation Proposal for 1994
1691993 Mobil Foundation Grant Recommendations For 1994 Budget
1701993 Report on Exxon’s Financial Contributions
1711993 Imperial Oil Issue Summary of Global Warming and Climate Change
1721993 Shell special project briefing “Brazilian Biomass Power Demonstration Project”
1731993 Western Fuels Association Annual Report
1741994 (ca.) GCC “It’s Cooler Than You Think”
1751994 (ca.) GCC Press Office Available Materials
1761994 GCC “Issues and Options: Potential Global Climate Change”
1771994 GCC Board Member List and Background Information
1781994 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 2 Issue 1
1791994 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 2 Issue 2
1801994 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 2 Issue 3
1811994 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 2 Issue 4
1821994 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 2 Issue 5
1831994 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 2 Issue 6
1841994 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 2 Issue 7
1851994 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 2 Issue 8
1861994 GCC Greenland Ice Study News Release
1871994 GCC Issues and Report on Climate Change
1881994 GCC John Shlaes Speech
1891994 GCC New Chairman and Executive Appointments News Release
1901994 GCC New Technology Export Guide News Release and Order Form
1911994 GCC Nightline Climate Press Office Mailing
1921994 GCC Scientific Uncertainty News Release
1931994 Mobil Media Op-Ed Recommendations with DDB Needham Worldwide Advertising
1941994 Nightline Special “Is Science for Sale?”
1951994 Report on Exxon’s Financial Contributions
1961994 Shell Briefing Service “Renewable Energy”
1971994 Shell Briefing Service on population, energy and environment
1981994 Shell Report “The Enhanced Greenhouse Effect – A review of scientific aspects”
1991994 Shell Selected Paper “Energy for Development”
2001994 Shell Speech “Environmental action – a shared responsibility”
2011994 Shell Statement of General Business Principles
2021994 TASSC Newsletter “The Catalyst”
2031994 Western Fuels Association Annual Report
2041995 Imperial Oil Letter from Robert Peterson to Canadian Government Regarding the UNFCCC
2051995 (ca.) GCC Global Climate Change Glossary
2061995 GCC “Additional Correspondence to Administration Officials” Memorandum
2071995 GCC “Climate Change: Your Passport to the Facts”
2081995 GCC “Leading Forecasting Group Finds No Rise in Extreme Weather” News Release
2091995 GCC and Accu-Weather Draft Report “Changing Weather? Facts and Fallacies about Climate Change” and Supplemental Attachments
2101995 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 3 Issue 1
2111995 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 3 Issue 2
2121995 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 3 Issue 3
2131995 GCC Climate Watch Bulletin Vol. 3 Issue 4
2141995 GCC IRS 1024
2151995 Global Climate Coalition Draft Climate Change Science Primer
2161995 Mobil Foundation Statement of Grants
2171995 Patrick Michaels Expert Testimony for WFA Case
2181995 Report “Shell and the Environment”
2191995 Report on Exxon’s Financial Contributions
2201995 Shell Briefing Service “Energy in Profile”
2211995 Shell Global Scenarios 1995-2020
2221995 Shell Internal Report “Is Climate Change Occurring Already?”
2231995 Shell Management Brief “Climate Change”
2241995 Shell Venster (Shell Window) magazine
2251995 Society of Petroleum Engineers Paper on Securing the Future
2261995 World Energy Council 16th Congress Review
2271995 Year-End Climate Watch Bulletin
2281996 (ca.) GCC Climate Watch Brief Vol. 5 Issue 1
2291996 American Petroleum Institute book “Reinventing Energy”
2301996 API to White House on Greenhouse Emissions
2311996 Exxon presentation “Purported Impact of Climate Change on Human Health”
2321996 Exxon Publication: “Global Warming: who’s right?”
2331996 Exxon’s Brian Flannery speech on “Global Climate Change”
2341996 Exxon’s Lee Raymond “Climate change: don’t ignore the facts”
2351996 Exxon’s Lee Raymond “Energy, The Economy, And The Environment: Moving Forward Together”
2361996 Exxon’s Lee Raymond European Trip Talking Points
2371996 Exxon’s Lee Raymond Speech at API annual meeting
2381996 GCC “Economic and Lifestyle Impacts From Proposed Greenhouse Gas Emission Restrictions”
2391996 GCC “The IPCC: Institutionalized ‘Scientific Cleansing'”
2401996 GCC “A Review of Economic Impacts of AOSIS-Type Proposals to Limit Carbon Dioxide Emissions”
2411996 GCC “Climate Change Is a Congressional Issue”
2421996 GCC “Progress Report on U.S. Industry Voluntary Actions to Curb Greenhouse Gases” and Membership List
2431996 GCC Ad-Hoc Group on the Berlin Mandate’s Fifth Session Statement
2441996 GCC Board of Directors Strategy Memo
2451996 GCC IRS 990
2461996 GCC Position Statement in Support of Scientific and Economic Research
2471996 GCC Request Special Projects Fund Contributions
2481996 GCC STAC February and March Meeting Materials
2491996 GCC STAC January and February Meeting Materials
2501996 GCC STAC June Meeting Minutes
2511996 GCC STAC October Meeting Minutes
2521996 Global Climate Coalition “Scientific Uncertainties From the IPCC 2nd Assessment Report” Attachment
2531996 Global Climate Coalition Science and Technology April Minutes and Membership
2541996 Global Climate Coalition Science and Technology Minutes, Membership, and IPCC Uncertainties
2551996 Global Climate Coalition: An Overview
2561996 Global Climate Coalition: An Overview and Attached Reports
2571996 Shell Business Framework – coming to grips with our future
2581996 Shell IPIECA Report on Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP2)
2591996 Shell Management Brief “The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change”
2601996 Shell Planners Newsletter and Forum “Foresight: Exploring and Creating the Future”
2611996 Shell Report “The Evolution of the World’s Energy Systems”
2621997 “Climate Models: Issues and Challenges the Views of the Global Climate Coalition”
2631997 AIAM Priority Agenda Status Report
2641997 BP Climate Change Speech to Stanford
2651997 Climate Change Debate between Patrick Michaels and Alan Robock
2661997 E&P Forum Position Paper on Sustainable Development in Oil and Gas Industry
2671997 Exxon’s Lee Raymond Speech at World Petroleum Congress
2681997 GCC “Analysis Points to Economic Losses in Developing Countries From U N Climate Change Policies” News Release
2691997 GCC “Highlights From the 1995 Second Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change”
2701997 GCC “Impacts on Trade and Competitiveness From Proposed Greenhouse Gas Emission Restrictions”
2711997 GCC Climate Watch Brief Vol. 5 Issue 3
2721997 GCC Climate Watch Brief Vol. 5 Issue 4
2731997 GCC Clinton Administration Draft Protocol Framework Statement
2741997 GCC Coordinating Spokespeople Against Kyoto
2751997 GCC IRS 990
2761997 GCC Issues Related to Potential Health Impacts Resulting From Climate Change
2771997 GCC Names Gail Clements McDonald as CEO News Release
2781997 GCC STAC January Meeting Minutes
2791997 GCC White House Meeting and STAC Conference Call
2801997 Global Climate Coalition NYT Advertisements
2811997 Mobil’s Global Climate Change Brochure
2821997 Press Conference “Shell International Renewables”
2831997 Report on Exxon’s Financial Contributions
2841997 Shell Presentation “Sustainable Development – the challenge for energy”
2851997 Shell Statement of General Business Principles
2861997 Western Fuels Association Annual Report
2871998 “GCC Taps Hill Veteran as New Executive Director” News Release
2881998 Imperial Oil Article: “A Cleaner Canada” by Robert Peterson
2891998 (ca.) GCC “Labor Voices on Kyoto”
2901998 (ca.) GCC Climate Change Primer
2911998 (ca.) GCC Climate Change the Case Against Scientific Certainty
2921998 AIAM Administration Meeting on Fuel Efficiency Standards
2931998 American Legislative Exhange Council Meeting Agendas
2941998 American Petroleum Institute Global Climate Science Communications Team Action Plan
2951998 ExxonMobil Pamphlet: Global Climate Change Everyone’s Debate
2961998 GCC “Complete Flexibility Must Be Focus of Buenos Aires Conference” News Release
2971998 GCC “Environmental Showdown”
2981998 GCC “Science Behind Climate Change is Uncertain” News Release
2991998 GCC Climate Watch Brief Vol. 5 Issue 15
3001998 GCC Climate Watch Brief Vol. 5 Issue 16
3011998 GCC Kyoto Protocol Brochure
3021998 GCC Membership
3031998 GCC Scientific Uncertainty Selected Quotes
3041998 GCC Selected “Quotes About the Kyoto Protocol and EPA Implementation”
3051998 Greening Earth Society Promotional Material
3061998 Greening Earth Society Report “The CO2 Issue”
3071998 Mobil CEO Lou Noto remarks on “two sided attitude toward climate”
3081998 Report “Climate Change: What does Shell think and do about it?”
3091998 Report on Exxon’s Financial Contributions
3101998 Shell Internal TINA Group Scenarios 1998-2020 Report
3111998 Shell Presentation “Wind Energy Strategy”
3121998 Shell Report “Profits and Principles – does there have to be a choice?”
3131998 Shell Speech “Reflections on Kyoto” presented at Davos World Economic Forum
3141998 to 1999 GCC Climate Kyoto Economic Impact Analysis
3151998 Western Fuels Association “The Greening of Planet Earth Continues”
3161998 Western Fuels Association Annual Report
3171999 GCC “FYI Re: COP 5 Preview for Media”
3181999 GCC “FYI Re: Hurricanes”
3191999 GCC “Insurance study on global warming impact” Backgrounder
3201999 GCC “Inventory of Industry Voluntary Actions”
3211999 GCC Climate Watch Brief Vol. 5 Issue 28
3221999 GCC Members and State Leaders Climate Legislation and NAM Panel Memo
3231999 GCC Statement on Ford Withdrawal from Coalition
3241999 George C. Marshall Institute letter to Clinton Administration
3251999 Greening Earth Society State of the Climate Report
3261999 Joint Hearing U.S. House: Is CO2 A Pollutant And Does EPA Have the Power to Regulate It?
3271999 Shell Report “Listening and Responding- The Profits and Principles Advertising Campaign”
3281999 Shell Report “Sustainable Development – making it happen” Report and Internal “Sounding board” Feedback
3292000 “Candidate Gore endorses GCC agenda” News Release
3302000 “GCC Urges Budget Focus on Science, Voluntary Programs, New Technologies” News Release
3312000 Congressional Briefing on Air Pollution and Global Warming Report
3322000 Economist article – “Big business bows to global warming”
3332000 ExxonMobil Global Climate Change Op-Ed Series
3342000 ExxonMobil Global Climate Change: A Better Path Forward
3352000 GCC “Industry Voluntary Actions Already Important Factor”
3362000 GCC “Oil Prices an Omen for Life under Kyoto Protocol”
3372000 GCC Announces Strategic Restructuring News Release
3382000 GCC Oil Prices an Omen for Life Under Kyoto Protocol
3392000 GCC Statement on DaimlerChrysler Membership
3402000 Letter from Exxon climate expert to Keigwin
3412000 Letter from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute to ExxonMobil
3422000 The Path Forward on Climate Change by ExxonMobil’s CEO Lee Raymond
3432001 AIAM Draft Outline of the National Climate Change Risk Management Act
3442001 ExxonMobil Fortune article
3452001 Ford Corporate Citizenship Report – Excerpts on Environment and Energy Issues
3462001 Memo from ExxonMobil Lobbyist Randy Randol to White House on IPCC team
3472001 State Department Briefing for Don Pearlman, Climate Council Meeting
3482001 State Department Briefing for Exxon’s Randol Meeting
3492001 State Department Briefing for Follow-Up Exxon Meeting
3502001 State Department Briefing: Under Secretary Paula Dobriansky’s Meeting with Members of the Global Climate Coalition
3512002 ExxonMobil Lobbyist Randy Randol Memorandum to White House on Approach to Climate Change Research
3522002 Shell Booklet “Sustainable Energy from Renewable Resources”
3532002 US Global Climate Change Program Scientist Michael MacCracken Letter to ExxonMobil’s Lee Raymond
3542003 CEI works closely with White House and Congress on Energy Policy Act
3552003 ExxonMobil Outlook for Energy Op Ed Series
3562003 ICCP Climate Change Meeting
3572003 ICCP Climate Legislation Updates
3582004 ExxonMobil Advertisement New York Times
3592004 Imperial Oil Report to Shareholders: 125 years of Energy Leadership
3602006 ExxonMobil Foundation Tax Returns
3612006 Intermountain Rural Electric Association (IREA) Internal Memo on Carbon Taxes and Climate Alarmism
3622006 Invitation for “Strategic Discussion Regarding the Clean Air Act” Sponsored by Heartland Institute
3632006 Letter from ExxonMobil Vice President of Public Affairs Ken Cohen to the Royal Society
3642006 Letter From the Royal Society to Esso UK Limited
3652006 Letter to ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson from Senators Snowe and Rockefeller
3662006 report on ExxonMobil’s Worldwide Giving
3672006 Shell Global Solutions confidential report “What (not) to expect from nuclear power”
3682007 Affidavit of Patrick Michaels in Case of Green Mountain Chrysler v. Crombie
3692007 Speech by ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson to CERAweek
3702007 Statement of Dr. James McCarthy Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight House Science Committee
3712007 Transcript of Glenn Beck’s “Exposed: The Climate of Fear” on CNN
3722008 financial contributions from Exxon to Dr. Willie Soon
3732008 Patrick Michaels Interview in Cato Institute Newsletter
3742009 forged letters from coal industry to Congress
3752009 Patrick Michaels’ Inconsistent Curriculum Vitae Presented to Congress
3762010 Michaels CNN Interview Admitting Funding from Oil
3772012 Cato Addendum “Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States”
3782014 Email from Leonard Bernstein to the Institute of Applied and Professional Ethics
3792014 Fred Singer “Merchants of Doubt” Emails
3802014 Western States Petroleum Association climate deception campaign
3812015 Bernie Sanders Letter Urging DOJ to Investigate Exxon
3822015 FOIA request revealing Exxon funding of Smithsonian climate researcher Soon
3832017 Green Tyranny: “The Truth About Climate Change”
384GCC “21st Century Climate Action Agenda”
385GCC “Biographical Profile: John B. Shlaes” Backgrounder
386GCC “Economic and Employment Impacts From Proposed Greenhouse Gas Emission Restrictions”
387GCC “Position Statement on Climate Change”
388GCC “The Challenge to Policy Makers”
389GCC “To Tell the Whole Story on Global Climate Change” Mailer
390GCC and Christy: “Is It Hotter Than Ever?” Backgrounder
391GCC Annual Dues Structure
392GCC Backgrounder Understanding Carbon Dioxide Future Trends in Emissions and Emissions Control
393GCC Board and General Membership Lists
394GCC Climate Models Shortcomings and Limitations Press Release and Backgrounder
395GCC Overview and Board Membership
396Mobil Speech Kit File
397Shell Pamphlet Enhanced Exploration and Production “Act Now to Create Our Future”
398Undated Shell Education Pamphlet on Biomass
399Imperial Oil Glossary of Environmental Terms