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  • If you are Exxon Mobil, Verizon or General Electric, chances are filing taxes over the past few years has been significantly less painful than for the average American

  • American oil giant ExxonMobil and Russian oil firm Rosneft inked an agreement to jointly search for black gold in the Arctic Sea shelf and Black Sea

  • Energy companies have spent the last couple of years fighting off added government regulation, saying red tape is slowing development.

  • If you think paying $4 for a gallon of gas is ridiculous and long for the days when gas cost a quarter, consider this: 93 years ago you could pay just 25 cents and drive away in your Oldsmobile or Studebaker with a gallon of gas. However ...

  • Some in Congress -- mostly Democrats, but a few Republicans -- are calling for an end to tax breaks enjoyed by the oil companies and in some cases, higher taxes on their profits. But the Obama administration is contributing to higher energy prices, which inflate the companies' bottom line. Here's how

  • President Barack Obama's recent address on the fuel situation gave hope to advocates of electric cars, natural gas and, as we told you last week, propane. But it offered little solace to those in America's heartland who are the biggest promoters of ethanol

  • The global energy picture has become more complicated in 2011, but investors are making some sense of it. The nuclear outage in Japan and turbulence in oil-producing nations is prompting increased demand for alternative electricity sources such as natural gas and coal, though both carry some environmental concerns

    • ExxonMobil reported its quarterly profit fell nearly 60 percent from a year ago as commodity prices remained low and its refining margins were weak. As a result, the company missed $0.64 EPS estimates by 23 cents.

    • Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM) reported earnings of $1.81 billion, or 43 cents a share, down 63% from a profit of $4.94 billion, or $1.17 a share, from the same period a year ago. Revenue dropped from $67.62 billion to $48.71 billion over the same time period. The company beat expectations: analysts polled by Zacks Investment Research expected earnings of 31 cents a share and revenue of $48.14 billion.

    • Do you know exactly what you're paying for when you fill up? Not all of your hard-earned dollars end up in the coffers of big gasoline tycoons or Middle Eastern despots. The list of players is long, so we talked to the experts to find out where your money goes when you cash out at the pump

    • The oil and gas industry has contributed more than $7.5 million to members of the 111th Congress thus far in the 2010 election cycle. That makes the industry the 15th most generous out of 80 tracked by the Center for Responsive Politics, a nonpartisan research group which compiles campaign finance data.

    • With the costs of oil and coal rising, the United States needs to wean itself off fossil fuels. The task might seem quixotic, but it actually will not require miracles

    • The ongoing bonanza in the U.S. hydraulic fracturing industry marks a dangerous misstep on the road to U.S. energy independence

  • Some in Congress -- mostly Democrats, but a few Republicans -- are calling for an end to tax breaks enjoyed by the oil companies and in some cases, higher taxes on their profits. But the Obama administration is contributing to higher energy prices, which inflate the companies' bottom line. Here's how

  • The Rockefellers are preparing a resolution to present to shareholders at the Exxon's annual meeting. The proposal would require Exxon to disclose the risks it faces if demand for oil declines in coming years as the world turns to other sources of fuel. In other words, is Exxon worried about the future of oil and whether it's taking the risk of climate change seriously.

  • American oil giant ExxonMobil and Russian oil firm Rosneft inked an agreement to jointly search for black gold in the Arctic Sea shelf and Black Sea

  • You've probably noticed at the pump: The price of oil is rising again. Experts have ratcheted up their growth projections for the new year, which typically means they expect the price of gas to move higher as well. When it comes to investing in oil these are your options

  • 'Never mind.' That, in a nutshell, is the White House's new position on domestic oil exploration. In March, President Obama announced that he would allow -- or at least entertain -- some new oil development off the Atlantic Coast and in the eastern Gulf of Mexico. This week he reversed himself, saying such exploration is now off the table for at least five years

  • The world faces a daunting array of energy challenges. Oil remains indispensable to the global economy, but it is increasingly produced in places that present big commercial, environmental, and geopolitical risks; greenhouse gases continue to accumulate in the atmosphere; and the odds that the world will face catastrophic climate change are increasing

  • The Rockefellers are preparing a resolution to present to shareholders at the Exxon's annual meeting. The proposal would require Exxon to disclose the risks it faces if demand for oil declines in coming years as the world turns to other sources of fuel. In other words, is Exxon worried about the future of oil and whether it's taking the risk of climate change seriously.