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ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM) has turned itself around, and investors are being rewarded for their patience. But it's not the best oil major to buy right now. That honor goes to little-known Equinor (NYSE: EQNR) of Norway, or so says Motley Fool contributor Tyler Crowe.
Investors in both Chevron (NYSE: CVX) and ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM) had a good Friday, at least as far as their stocks' performance was concerned. Chevron closed the day 2.7% higher and ExxonMobil increased 2.3%; by contrast, the S&P 500 index crept up by 1.5%. In an exclusive article published well before market hours on Friday, The Wall Street Journal reported that Chevron and ExxonMobil are currently in "advanced" talks with Algeria's state-run energy company Sonatrach on a drilling agreement.
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ExxonMobil (XOM) will capture up to 800,000 metric tons of CO2 per annum from Nucor's (NUE) facility and store the same at its Louisiana facility.
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ExxonMobil and Chevron shareholders solidly rejected climate change proposals at the US oil majors’ annual meetings on Wednesday, scaling back support from last year and splitting with results at peers in Europe where resolutions related to global warming have won stronger support. Only 11 per cent of Exxon shareholders supported a petition calling for the company to set emissions reduction targets that would be consistent with the goals of the 2015 Paris climate agreement. A similar proposal at Chevron received less than 10 per cent support.
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ExxonMobil (XOM) is considering divesting its majority stake in Adriatic LNG as part of plans to offload non-core assets to focus on more lucrative prospects.
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Chevron (NYSE: CVX) recently made a big splash. It agreed to acquire PDC Energy (NASDAQ: PDCE) in a $7.6 billion deal. The highly strategic and accretive acquisition will provide Chevron with a meaningful boost.
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ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM) has a long history of scavenging the earth in search of new energy sources. Its primary focus is on finding new oil and gas deposits to sustain and grow its fossil-fuel output. According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, Exxon bought 120,000 gross acres in southern Arkansas for more than $100 million from exploration company Galvanic Energy.
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Apart from ONEOK Inc. (OKE) and Chevron (CVX), ExxonMobil (XOM), Cheniere Energy (LNG) and TechnipFMC (FTI) hogged attention during the week.
Given ExxonMobil's (NYSE: XOM) enormous cash war chest, there has been a lot of focus recently on its next acquisition. Chord Energy has agreed to acquire 62,000 acres in the Williston Basin of North Dakota from Exxon.
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Equinor (EQNR), ExxonMobil and Shell enter into an agreement with the government of Tanzania to build a multi-billion dollar LNG export facility. The final investment decision for the same is yet to be taken.
ExxonMobil's (XOM) divested assets involve about 62,000 net acres in Williston Basin within and adjacent to near-term development program.
ExxonMobil (XOM) acquires 120,000 gross acres in the Smackover formation of southern Arkansas for more than $100 million from Galvanic Energy.
ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM) firmly believes the world will need its oil for a long time. The company doesn't think the global economy will reach its target of achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 by pivoting to lower-carbon sources like renewable energy. It's taking a balanced approach to continue supplying the world with low-cost fossil fuels while investing in producing the lower-carbon fuels of the future.