Why you should stop buying oil from Exxon and Shell

The energy giant’s announcement to phase out crude oil by 2025 comes after years of criticism of the companies for their oil and gas operations.

As part of the announcement, Exxon Mobil said it will begin selling its oils and natural gas by the barrel and will begin reducing its investments in drilling and drilling rigs.

It will also make it harder to find petroleum by selling off existing oil and natural-gas reserves.

Shell, meanwhile, said it is ending its exploration, development and production activities in the Arctic Ocean and South America.

The announcement comes a day after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, which would carry heavy crude oil from Canada to the Gulf Coast.

While the decision does not directly impact Exxon Mobil, it is the latest sign of how the industry is increasingly looking toward renewables as a solution to climate change.

Shell, ExxonMobil and BP have all announced divestment from fossil fuels, and the divestment of oil and other fossil fuels companies has increased dramatically in the past few years.

Exxon Mobil’s divestment will begin on May 1, 2022.

Exxon has already announced it will start selling its petroleum by the gallon and will end its investment in drilling rigs, which have been an important part of Exxon Mobil and Shell’s business.

In addition, Shell announced it would phase out its exploration and production operations in the region by 2030.

It said that it would begin selling off its oil and its natural- gas reserves, and it will sell off its current operations in these regions. 

By 2030, Shell will sell all of its oil assets in the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico, and will also reduce its drilling rigs in the Gulf of Alaska.

The company said that its exploration in the South Atlantic will be fully phased out by 2020, and that its Arctic projects will be phased out in 2024.

Shell also said that in 2020, it will be “more selective” about which oil and gases it buys from other producers and stops purchasing from companies that are not in the best business of business. 

In a statement, Exxon said that the divestiture will result in a “dramatic reduction in demand for oil from the Americas, and a reduction in the cost of energy for millions of Americans.” 

It will also result in the elimination of a $40 billion “cost overrun” in its Arctic operations, and by 2020 the company will be able to begin selling less oil in the U., Atlantic and South Atlantic.

The announcement is the culmination of years of discussions between the oil and energy giants.

In the past, the companies have criticized each other for how they have operated their companies, and how their oil operations have impacted the climate. 

As part of its divestment announcement, Shell said it would also be “committed to reducing our emissions by 20 percent from current levels by 2030 and by 35 percent from the level they are at today.

We will be reducing our carbon footprint in the world by 30 percent, and we will be doing so by purchasing more carbon-neutral products and technologies.”

Exxon Mobil has also recently announced it is going to phase down its exploration activities in Arctic regions, while Shell has been actively exploring for oil in its North Sea.

While these companies’ divestment announcements come in tandem with the divestments of the fossil fuel companies, the impact of the oil industry’s move toward renewables has been far more immediate and tangible.

Since the beginning of the global economic downturn in 2008, oil and coal production have declined by a whopping 65 percent.

As a result, the world’s oil demand is expected to continue to drop in coming years.

With oil and carbon emissions falling, the transition to renewables is already well underway.

At the same time, as fossil fuel production is at a peak, oil is still the cheapest source of energy.

According to a report by the Environmental Defense Fund, oil will be the cheapest form of energy to power the world in 2040.

In other words, as oil prices fall, the price of oil will drop to support the transition.

It is important to note that the impact on fossil fuel use has already been clear.

In 2020, oil production in the United States fell by 17 percent.

The decline has been largely driven by declining demand from China, and other countries, who have been moving toward renewables and reducing emissions.

According to the International Energy Agency, global fossil fuel demand will decline by 8 percent by 2030, and more than a third of this decrease is due to the transition toward renewable energy.

Despite the challenges that have faced the oil companies, there are signs that they are now looking to diversify away from fossil fuel energy sources.

In March, Shell and Exxon Mobil announced that they were selling a significant portion of their oil assets, including a sizable stake in ExxonMobil, as part of a restructuring plan.

 The announcement was followed by the divestement of a large chunk of ExxonMobil’s investments in other companies.

Shell and BP also announced they would be selling their oil investments

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