September 2014, Vol. 241, No. 9

Editor's Notebook

Editor's Notebook: Their Actions Speak

It’s unfortunate that ExxonMobil doesn’t like to talk. It would have quite a story to tell, not just about oil and gas development, but how the use of advanced technologies helps to keep energy prices affordable, creating tens of thousands of jobs, and most importantly helps to raise the standard of living for millions around the world. This column is not intended as a puff piece for ExxonMobil. Rex Tillerson & Co. have a lot more on their minds these days than what the editor of a niche energy magazine has to say, like what are they going to do about their growing portfolio in Russia unless President Putin returns to normalcy. What motivated me was an unusual

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