Sanctions

ExxonMobil challenges “retroactive changes” on Russian sanctions by US Treasury

ExxonMobil argues Treasury can’t apply sanctions just because it retroactively changes its interpretation of rules ExxonMobil said it has launched a legal challenge to a finding by the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) that it violated U.S. sanctions against Russia in 2014 when the company followed authoritative and specific guidance from the Obama

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Sanction relief strengthens outlook for Iranian petrochemical producer NPC Iran

Significant oil/gas feedstocks, lower financial constraints position Iranian petrochemical company for strong growth HOUSTON – NPC Iran, the large, state-owned petrochemical conglomerate of Iran, is positioned for strong market growth and expanded exports, thanks, in part, to easing sanctions and an abundant supply of flexible feedstocks, according to a new analysis from IHS Markit. According to the

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#ExxonKnew activists try to be relevant by attacking Sec. of State nominee

UN Foundation praised Tillerson for his commitment to goals of reducing disease, increasing opportunities for girls By Katie Brown, PhD, EnergyInDepth Following the news earlier this morning that the president-elect has decided to nominate ExxonMobil Chairman and CEO Rex Tillerson to be our next Secretary of State, #ExxonKnew activists have been churning out a steady stream

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