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  2. Study: Exxon Mobil accurately predicted warming since 1970s

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    Exxon, one of the world’s largest oil and gas companies, has been the target of numerous lawsuits that claim the company knew about the damage its oil and gas would cause to the climate, but...

  3. Exxon scientists predicted current climate change 40 years ...

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    ExxonMobil is committed to being part of the solution to climate change and the risks it poses.” “Exxon Knew” is an activist campaign that accuses the company of spending millions to cast...

  4. Speedpass - Wikipedia

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    Speedpass was a keychain radio-frequency identification (RFID) device introduced in 1997 by Mobil (which later merged with Exxon to become ExxonMobil in 1999) for electronic payment. It was originally developed by Verifone. By 2004, more than seven million people possessed Speedpass tags, which could be used at approximately 10,000 Exxon, Mobil ...

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    Protecting your AOL Account FAQs. We at Team AOL believe everyone should have a secure AOL Account. We do our best to keep your account running smoothly and securely, but we need some help on your end. Below are some guidelines you can follow in order to have an optimal computer and internet experience. Select a topic and FAQ below to learn ...

  7. ExxonMobil - Wikipedia

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    ExxonMobil is the largest investor-owned oil company in the world, the largest oil company headquartered in the Western world, and the largest of the Big Oil companies in both production and market value.

  8. Darren Woods - Wikipedia

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    Darren W. Woods (born 1964/65) is an American businessman, and the chief executive officer (CEO) and chairman of ExxonMobil since January 1, 2017. [2] Contents 1 Early life and education 2 Career 2.1 ExxonMobil 2.1.1 Accusation of lying to Congress 3 References Early life and education [ edit] Woods was born in Wichita, Kansas.