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Greenwashing Waste: Exxon’s $350 per Barrel Algae ‘Oil’ (Lee Raymond is Missed)

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I wish one of the oil majors would just come out and say “We are an oil, gas and chemicals company and our products will be in demand for decades to come – As such, we are going to leave the green programs to others and focus all of our company’s resources on producing our products in a cost effective manner – The money we are saving by not pursuing the green energy programs will be returned to our shareholders – We are hereby raising our dividend. I could be wrong, but I think investors would jump on board. Jim Henry

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