Big Oil

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"Big Oil' sorted by 2005 revenue
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Big Oil is used to describe the world's largest publicly owned oil companies.

“I hate to say that big oil is bigger than the United States Government; but its favored treatment at the hands of our government certainly leads to that conclusion.”
Robert K. Killian (8 June 1973) [citation needed]
"Competition in the Energy Industry": Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Antittrust and Monopoly of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, 93rd Congress, First Session

How Big Oil conquered the world, a video by James Corbett

 

Examples

Page nameDescription
BPMultinational oil company implicated in the 1953 Iran Coup.
Chevron
ConocoPhillipsAmerican multinational oil and gas corporation
ExxonMobil
Red Line AgreementCreated an oil cartel of immense influence. Except for Gulbenkian, the partners were the supermajor oil companies of today.
Seven SistersBig Oil oligopoly
ShellBiggest Dutch company. Caused trillions in damage due to fracking in Groningen. Convicted worldwide for crimes against locals. Employs hitmen and deep state operatives in African countries. Mislead shareholders for up to $1bn.
TotalA big oil company.

 

Related Quotation

PageQuoteAuthor
Mario BorghezioGaddafi was a great leader, a true revolutionary who should not be confused with the new Libyan leadership swept into power by NATO's bayonets and by oil multinationalsMario Borghezio
Bill Gammell“Either Gammel was an extremely visionary businessman, or he had great connections, or both. One way or the other, along with Enron and Cheney's Haliburton, Gammel's Cairn was soon making a fortune off oil in India, a country not noted for its prospects in that regard.”Russ Baker
Bill Gammell


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