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Greenpeace activist James Burch from San Francisco, California holds up a RejectRexx sign while protesting during the Senate Foreign Relations Committee confirmation hearings for former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson as President-elect Donald Trump's Secretary of State on Capitol Hill in Washington January 11, 2017. Four activists with Greenpeace peacefully interrupted the Committee’s appointment hearing for Tillerson. Holding banners “RejectRexx,” the activists stood and delivered messages of opposition to the naming of an oil CEO as the nation’s chief diplomat. Hailing from New York, North Carolina, Texas, and California, the three women and one man represented a diversity of reasons for rejecting Tillerson’s appointment.
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Rex Wayne Tillerson, aka Rex Tillerson, is the chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of ExxonMobil. Tillerson is President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for United States Secretary of State.

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Rex Wayne Tillerson, aka Rex Tillerson, is the chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of ExxonMobil. Tillerson is President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for United States Secretary of State.

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Rex Wayne Tillerson, aka Rex Tillerson, is the chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of ExxonMobil. Tillerson is President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for United States Secretary of State.

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Exxon And BP Battle For ‘Oil Contract Of The Century’

Oilprice.com By Zainab Calcuttawala

ExxonMobil and British Petroleum have been facing off over the terms of the renewal of the “contract of the century” in Azerbaijan, according to sources that spoke to Reuters.

BP currently operates the Azeri-Chigar-Guneshi fields in the middle of the Caspian Sea—a region that contributes a tenth of the firm’s global output.

The British company has reportedly agreed with the Azeri government on the terms of a 30-year contract, but in an effort to expand its presence in the ACG region, Exxon has been pushing for a piece of the $100 billion pie.

Exxon currently procures one percent of its hydrocarbon production from the firm’s stakes in the region.

The deadlock between the two companies has exacerbated tensions between Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson and BP CEO Bob Dudley, according to inside sources.

“There have been numerous attempts to find a breakthrough, with BP and Azerbaijan agreeing new terms but Exxon rejecting them time and time again,” a Western source familiar with the negotiations commented. “It has been going on for almost two years, with Exxon insisting on better terms.”
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Sources contacted by Reuters did not disclose further details of the deal.

Related: U.S. Sees Largest Monthly Production Decline Since The Downturn Begun

The existing contract between BP and Azeri will remain in place for eight more years, but industry practice pushes leaders to firm up renewals years before contracts are set to expire.

The contract includes three-quarters of Azeri crude oil output, or about 0.7 percent of global production, and involves several firms that are part of the ACG consortium and the Azeri government.

The initial deal went into effect in 1994, three years after the Soviet Union collapsed, allowing the Azeri government to take advantage of its energy wealth for development projects.

Azerbaijan has become a regular provider of energy to Europe as it begins weaning off of Russian supplies after recent waves of geopolitical fallouts.

“Together with our co-venturers in Azerbaijan, we remain committed to building on this record of success and supporting the continued development of the local market,” BP said.

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Not complicated, just follow the oil. Everything else is pretext.
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“What good is it to save the planet if humanity suffers?”
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Turkey’s Hesitancy Exposes Its Agenda
When Deep States Collide
by BILL BLUNDEN

It’s no secret that members of the so-called coalition against ISIS have been less than enthusiastic about substantive military action as the bulk of the airstrikes so far have been executed by the United States. Turkey, in particular, is an interesting study in this regard. A recent Sunday piece in the New York Times emphasized that Turkey’s reluctance is founded on concerns about Kurdish separatists:

“Turkish leaders have condemned the brutality of the Islamic State, but they worry that the American-led campaign against the militants will strengthen the Syrian Kurds, whose fighters maintain ties to Kurdish separatists in Turkey. Adding to that pressure is the fact that the United States is allied with Kurds in Iraq.”

The article then goes on to refer to other “complex interests in Syria.” This loaded phrase requires deciphering as there are additional factors, just barely hinted at, which this Times article somehow neglects to mention. Very odd given that there’s plenty of solid material out there, some of it provided by the New York Times itself.

Thankfully this deficit has been filled by Counterpunch contributors like Nafeez Ahmed who encourages readers to follow the oil. A few weeks back Ahmed noted that Turkey is benefiting from the sale of cheap oil smuggled out of Iraq and Syria by jihadists:

“According to Ali Ediboglu, a Turkish MP for the border province of Hatay, IS is selling the bulk of its oil from regions in Syria and Mosul in Iraq through Turkey, with the tacit consent of Turkish authorities”

This is known to the American Deep State, which publicly issued a veiled threat about using raw force to staunch the flow of oil:

“Western intelligence officials say they can track the ISIS oil shipments as they move across Iraq and into Turkey’s southern border regions. Despite extensive discussions inside the Pentagon, American forces have so far not attacked the tanker trucks, though a senior administration official said Friday ‘that remains an option.’”

Then there’s also the matter of a local sympathies. Turkish intelligence officials are well aware that ISIS recruitment centers have cropped up and have largely turned a blind eye towards them:

“As many as 1,000 Turks have joined ISIS, according to Turkish news media reports and government officials here. Recruits cite the group’s ideological appeal to disaffected youths as well as the money it pays fighters from its flush coffers.”

To gain insight into this development it’s important to keep in mind that Turkey has its own nuanced agenda and that what’s transpiring in the Middle East is a convoluted multi-tiered proxy conflict. In this shifting morass of alliances Turkey has sided against Syria in an attempt to cement its political legacy. An intelligence official cited by Seymour Hersh in an essay published by the London Review of Books referenced “Erdoğan’s dream of having a client state in Syria.” Hence after opening his country’s border to rebel forces dominated by radical jihadists Turkey’s President Erdoğan has shown reluctance to completely reverse his stance on Syria.

In fact, the Turkish Deep State is so intent on getting Bashar al-Assad that at one point they considered launching a false flag attack to justify Turkish military engagement in Syria.

“On Thursday morning, a recording was posted on YouTube in which the officials were heard discussing a plot to establish a justification for military strikes in Syria. One option that is said to have been discussed was orchestrating an attack on the Tomb of Suleyman Shah, the grandfather of the founder of the Ottoman Empire, which is in northern Syria and is considered by the government here to be Turkish territory.”

The Gulf regimes are likewise gunning for Assad and have made renewed U.S. commitment towards Syrian rebels a precondition for their involvement in coalition efforts against ISIS. So it would appear that Pepe Escobar hit the nail on the head when he characterized the freshly minted ISIS campaign, complete with its own custom built CIA/Saudi-sponsored forces, as “Assad Must Go” remixed. U.S. collaborators, while making symbolic attacks against ISIS, are more concerned about Assad.

Often in the Middle East rulers, out of sheer political expedience, send mixed signals. Decrying extremists on one hand and then turning around and allowing “private donors” to fund aforementioned extremists. Turkey demonstrates a similar dichotomy, opposing airstrikes on Iraq in public but as a former Turkish diplomat put it, “privately, it’s a very different story.” Given the ambiguity it’s only natural that the NSA has been enlisted to divine the true intention of the Turkish Deep State. This might be some small comfort to onlookers; while international intrigue can prove an enigma to the average observer even spymasters struggle to find their way through the Middle East’s wilderness of mirrors.

Bill Blunden is an independent investigator whose current areas of inquiry include information security, anti-forensics, and institutional analysis. He is the author of several books, including The Rootkit Arsenal , and Behold a Pale Farce: Cyberwar, Threat Inflation, and the Malware-Industrial Complex. Bill is the lead investigator at Below Gotham Labs.

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Why you love and need Satan
by Richard Thompson:

Satan taxes you so that Wall Street rules Earth at gunpoint. Luckily it's fun to pretend that your taxes don't pay for Wall Street Satan's pandemic totalitarian corporate military dictators who terrorize Earth for Tel Aviv, Wall Street, London and for Paris fraud bankers. Wall Street Satan is teflon - its human prey are glue.

Satan's GOP-Dem psychodrama: Teflon "happiness" attracts you whereas associating with countervailing realities repulses your conditioned cowardice, reinforces your denial -encourages teflon freedom of denial speech. Fact acknowledgement is sticky stuff, fly-paper in today's spy culture state, so you choose conflict avoidance while feeding its profiteers. Thus you preserve propylactic edifice, compliance cowardice in synthetic safety: Textbook BF Skinner Behaviorism. Too close?...mere projection?

Satan's TV screens reassure you that you are happy, smart, beautiful, soon bountiful and heroically brave like them. You thrive emoted on corporate Kochghanistan's onslaught of goodness wars = your happiness. That's showbiz, that's Wall Street, that's Satan. Repetition and message reinforcement are everything. See those smiles? See "your" mangled enemy bodies pile up, relieved of Wall Street's enemies de jour. Fresh enemies enroute. You cling heroically to the body count...hostage relief.

In Satan's game show it's ALL yours Baby. "We" are entitled. Feelin' Satan's gunpoint love? Of course you are. Satan's is your true media religion, oracle, parent, stimulus, the Russian Roulette/Lottery that you are about to win again. Clinging.

The 911 mass murder treasons accomplished by the Cheney-Bush-Texas-Saudi subsidiary of CIA-Mossad Terrorism Inc. codified Satan's victory over former USA. Satan's latest chimp actor with his equally servile AG zealously safeguard Satan's 911 sacred secret spy torture and warfare commandments.

The secret holy murder-torture law replaced the US Constitution.The invisible unknowable planetary warfare memos authored in 1998 by (GOP) PNAC are currently masked in ALEC, ACCE, and AIPAC corporate "AMERICAN" acronyms. PNAC's mission prescription calling for its "invigorating new Pearl Harbor" 911 attack on The USA is viewable online. The authors and their new laws are deadly dangerous, how-to-torture memos protected and thus exclusively accessible to their executive-cipher's campaign financier-extortionists.That is omnipotent power.

Secrecy is key to the durability of Satan's military law. It endures safeguarded by the toy executive actor's sacrosanct war policy, terrorism, invasion, domestic tyranny, routine murder, torture, gigantic expensive spy machine: Satan's Pet Chimp-Pet Goat's secret "law" arsenal.

Satan's "security" replacement of constitutional law with Wall Street's 911 terrorist corporate military regime is codified in The Arc of Satan's New Corporate Covenant.

No Ed Snowden, no Bradley Manny, no Michael Hastings, no Julian Assange:
Our eyes shall not read Corporate Satan's foreign & domestic war bible. That is Wall Street's exclusive "law" immutable under penalty of imprisonment and death: Satan's laws are too sacred, too powerful, too lucrative for puny non-corporate eyes. Merest knowledge is itself kryptonite to Satan's corporate law pharisees enthroned in unelected lethal power.

Thus Satan's covenant rules his terrorized CIA-Mossad Corporate Planet from Wall Street-Texas-Saudi-Tel Aviv corporate serpent heads.

Your former constitution was erased. The Supreme Mafia Court Corporation cleanses any pretense of constitutional rule in seamless harmony with Wall Street's prostitute criminal congress yielding 100% corporate terror compliance.

Today your dwindling jobs and zero futures are in fact guarded by Satan's Federal Reserve bar mitzvah counterfeit cash printing tribe @ $84,000,000,000 (billion) per month plus personal CEO bank fraud bonuses. Luckily your taxes only pay for Satan's other "defense" accounts.

Satan's manifold expense accounts thrive on indebtedness. Debt saddles future corporate generations indentured to Satan's daily war inventions hurling fresh "threats"... dangers! But mostly Satan loves:

..wiretaps, extortion, insurance bank fraud, looting, 100% domestic spying, wiping himself on your dead bill of rights and especially on your hilarious TP constitution, adores inventing fake WMD's, installing thug dictators domestic and abroad who casually murder and drone their own people, loves airlines disappearing in Operation Northwoods, airliners flying into large buildings triggering "invigorating new Pearl Harbors," loves invading countries who have never hurt you period, loves Iraqi oil freedom, lusts to control Iranian oil, gets woody invading oil countries and strategic regions at will, gets teary marching Satan's heroes to murder entire cities and regions at will, bulldozes Palestinian villages, builds new Israeli settlements on the bodies of the robbed and murdered, enjoys operating his toy mini-satan-congress and toy presidents and Satan's wacky Mafia Supreme Court Corp, gets a bang directing CIA-Mossad-MI5-Al Qaeda assassins, likes fat increases annually spending 15x the next largest militaries combined, which makes Satan even more confident to murder with impunity, casually destroying, rebuilding contract awards to campaign financiers, spy drones filling domestic skies, domestic police armed by vast weapons and organization for war against US citizenry on command, and most of all Satan enjoys murder for profit freedoms.

Satan makes you "safe." And he loves you, murders and tortures for your security -Philanthropist Satan. Your diseased, spoiled and entitled children are proud to work for him, tightening Satan's grip around the throat of dying Mother Earth, fracking poisoned water, breathing radioactive air, attacking anyone who lives atop Satan's next oil. Yours is Satan's patriot race.

I wish Satan was just a red guy with horns and a tail....unlike satans PNAC-ALEC-ACCE-AIPAC David and Charles Koch, Robert Rubin, Sheldon Adelson, Lloyd Blankfein, Jamie Dimon, Larry Summers, John Boehner, Rupert Murdock, Barak Obama, Bush Slime, Bill Kristol, Rex Tillerson, John Roberts, Al Greenspan, David Patraeus, Bob Menendez, Hillary Clinton, John McCain, Victoria Nuland, Condoleeza Rice, Paul Wolfowitz, Ben Bernanke, Jack Lew, Janet Yellen, Dick Cheney and Emperor Bibi Netanyahu.

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Former ‘economic hitman’: U.S. ‘death economy’ brought world to brink of destruction
By Travis Gettys
Monday, March 17, 2014 13:10 EDT
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A former “economic hitman” explained that the United States model for global domination cannot be repeated – and should not be attempted.

Author John Perkins explained last week on the David Pakman Show how American corporations extorted natural resources from developing nations in a process that sounds very similar to domestic privatization schemes.

Perkins, who wrote the 2004 book “Confessions of an Economic Hitman” about his experience working as a chief economist for the engineering company Chas. T. Main, said corporations would identify countries that had resources sought by the U.S. and arrange for them to obtain large loans from the World Bank and similar organizations.

“But the money never actually went to the country,” Perkins said. “Instead, it went to our own corporations to build infrastructure projects in that country. They made a great deal of profit from that.”

The countries would use those borrowed funds to build electrical systems, highways, industrial parks, and other infrastructure projects.

“Yet the country would be left holding a huge debt they couldn’t repay, and so at some point we’d go back and say, ‘Hey, you know, since you can’t pay your debts, sell your resource – oil, whatever – very cheap to our companies without any environmental restrictions or social regulations or privatize your public sector businesses, sell them real cheap – your utility companies, your water and sewage system, your schools, your jails, off to our corporations,” Perkins said. “And in that way we created the world’s first truly global empire, primarily without the use of the military.”

He said most economists agreed that developing countries needed better infrastructure to improve their economies, but he said statistics supporting this model were misleading.

“I came to understand that the poor people were not benefitting, that the statistics reflect the very wealthy, which is true in this country, too, you know, that 85 people control more resources than half the world’s population,” Perkins said. “Our statistics are very, very skewed to those rich people.”

He claims in his book the U.S. backed the assassinations of Panamanian leader Omar Torrijos and Ecuadoran President Jaime Roldós Aguilera in a pair of 1981 plane crashes because they refused to bow to corporate interests.

“We’ve created a death economy, one that’s based on killing people, militarization, and ravaging the earth,” Perkins said. “We need to move into a life economy that’s based on cleaning up pollution, feeding starving people, developing new technologies, transportation, communications, (and) energy.”

He declared the global economy to be “an abject failure,” arguing that Americans make up just 5 percent of the world’s population but consume 30 percent of its natural resources.

“That’s not a model,” Perkins said. “It can’t be repeated by China, even though they’re trying. It just puts the world in a worse condition when other countries try to repeat our model. We must come up with a new model.”

He said some corporate leaders and many consumers have arrived at similar conclusions and are beginning to take steps to correct the problems he’s identified.

“We’re truly in a consciousness revolution, a huge revolution, where people are waking up to the fact that we’re living on a very fragile space station that has no shuttles,” Perkins said. “We’re going to have to take care of this place, and big business is going to have to play a major role in waking up and taking care of this, serving a public interest – not the 1 percent, but the 99 percent – serving the earth, in essence, and we all need to get out there and make sure that happens.”

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"What good does it do to save the planet?"
quoting Rex Tillerson -Exxon Texas CEO of ExEarth to his applauding Earth killing shareholder meeting in Dallas,Texas May 30, 2013. Luckily you won't need Rex's ExEarth, nor a habitable atmosphere, nor potable water, nor breathable atmosphere, nor glaciers, nor plants, nor goofy plankton, nor fish, nor food, nor a heartbeat. Fortunately you pay for Wall Street's CIA-Mossad Iphone now tracking your target coordinates. You won't offend Rex's CIA-Mossad will you? Rex's CIA-Mossad will rapture you.

March 10,2013
Do Nothing or Do Something?
Extinction!...
by ROBERT HUNZIKER -Counterpunch

The American Museum of Natural History/NY (AMNH-NY) conducted a survey about the likelihood of a mass extinction event. The majority of the 400 scientists polled were convinced that a “mass extinction of plants and animals is underway,” posing a threat to humanity in the next century. According to that same poll, the public is “dimly aware” of this threat of an extinction event.

The AMNH-NY survey took place in the year 1998; thus, “the next century” that they referenced is here now. Also, since 1998, above and beyond additional loss of habitat for plants and animals, the state of the climate has deteriorated considerably. Here’s why: Global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from burning fossil fuels, i.e., oil, gas, and coal, have increased, on an annualized basis, by nearly 50% over the past 16 years (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee). Ipso facto, the world’s climate has turned turbulent.

Perilously, the planet does not divulge extinction events. Rather, extinctions are clandestine, shrouded in mystery, and occur far away from where humans tread. Extinctions start under the water, at the top of the world, and in far away places unpopulated, remote, and hidden from the wandering eye of the human species, unbeknownst until it is too late.

Ergo, stating the obvious, the worst possible outcome for the planet is an extinction event because geologic history shows that 75% to 90% of all life is wiped out. But, without question, an extinction event takes some time to complete, like centuries or millennia, or longer, something along those lines.

Still, what if an extinction event is on steroids, happening much, much faster than geologic history indicates?

Then, what?

Tipping Point

This article explores the possibility that an extinction event is on steroids, right now, threatening all humanity.

To prove the point, this article examines peer-review scientific articles and leading scientists, their views of the danger of a tipping point (no turning back) occurrence and/or whether the world is already in the zone. As such, the eminent and prestigious National Academies has already weighed-in on three prominent trouble spots where abrupt climate change may be festering right now. Whether those trouble spots trigger a tipping point, only time will tell.

According to: Abrupt Impacts of Climate Change, Anticipating Surprises, National Research Council of the National Academies, The National Academies Press, Washington, D.C., December 2013: “The history of climate on the planet— as read in archives such as tree rings, ocean sediments, and ice cores— is punctuated with large changes that occurred rapidly, over the course of decades to as little as a few years.”

At the same time, it is important to emphasize that the geologic history the report references occurred millions of years ago before humans started artificially influencing the climate by emitting tonnes and tonnes and tonnes and tonnes of greenhouse gases. Alas, scientific research shows that climate change may very well be on steroids, changing faster than ever, at breakneck speed when contrasted to the historical record.

The National Academies’ 200-page report, as of December 2013, detailing the risks of abrupt climate change, identifies three primary risk areas of abrupt climate change this century: (1) the ocean; (2) the Arctic; (3) Antarctica. Two of these are already out of the starting blocks, up and running.

The Ocean

Ocean acidification today is unprecedented, much faster than any time over the past 300 million years, “… at least 10 times faster than 56 million years ago,” according to Bärbel Hönisch, a paleoceanographer at Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Oceans Acidifying Faster Today Than in Past 300 Million Years, National Science Foundation, Press Release 12-041, March 1, 2012.

In that regard, the National Research Council of the National Academies’ report concludes: If ongoing pressures of climate change continue, meaning the burning of fossil fuels, then deeper, more pronounced, abrupt climate changes would likely occur before the year 2100.

As of today, fossil fuels are burning more than ever before. Meantime, research confirms that global warming has accelerated over the past 15 years, not slowed as expressed by global warming contrarians (Source: Magdalena A. Balmaseda, et al, Distinctive Climate Signals in Reanalysis of Global Ocean Heat Content, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 40, Issue, May 10, 2013, 9, DOI: 10.1002/grl.50382).

Indeed, an extinction event in the ocean is already under observation: “… nearly all marine life forms that build calcium carbonate shells and skeletons studied by scientists thus far have shown deterioration due to increasing carbon dioxide levels in seawater,” Dr. Richard Feely and Dr. Christopher Sabine, Oceanographers, Carbon Dioxide and Our Ocean Legacy, Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, April 2006.

The science is not circumstantial: “…sufficient information exists to state with certainty that deleterious impacts on some marine species are unavoidable, and that substantial alteration of marine ecosystems is likely over the next century,” Victoria J. Fabry, et al, Impacts of Ocean Acidification on Marine Fauna and Ecosystem Processes, ICES Journal of Marine Sciences, Oxford Journals, Vol. 65, Issue 3, Feb. 2008.

Humans are already starting to notice the effects: “The first direct impact on humans may be through declining harvests and fishery revenues….” Sarah R. Cooley, et al, Anticipating Ocean Acidification’s Economic Consequences for Commercial Fisheries, IOP Science, Environmental Research Letters, Vol. 4, No. 2, 2009.

“Ocean acidification is appearing in Washington decades sooner than anticipated….” Ocean Acidification and Washington State, Department of Ecology, State of Washington, 2013. The state of Washington was initially alerted to the inherent danger of excessive carbon dioxide (CO2) in the water when oyster larvae in hatcheries died in large numbers, threatening the state’s $270 million shellfish industry.

“This report really draws attention to a problem that exists internationally but that has really hit hard right here in the state of Washington,” Jane Lubchenco, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Rising Ocean Acidity off Washington State Threatens Shellfish, Panel Says, The Associate Press (AP), Nov. 27, 2012.

By all appearances, an extinction event has already started in the ocean as the result of excessive levels of fossil fuel CO2 emissions. And, this dilemma is bound to grow bigger and bigger and escalate ever more rapidly as 1,200 coal-burning power plants worldwide are currently on the drawing boards (75% in China and India), which, in turn, will ramp up the sourcing behind ocean acidification, which is already clocking 10 times faster than anytime throughout geologic history. Does marine life have a fighting chance?

According to Alex Rogers, PhD, professor of Conservation Biology, University of Oxford and Scientific Director, International Programme on the State of the Ocean: “The change we’re seeing at the moment is taking place extremely rapidly… We’re seeing levels of pH [a measure of acidity] in the ocean that probably haven’t been experienced for 55 million years… I find it very difficult to tell people what a scary situation we’re in at the moment. The oceans are changing in a huge way, and I am particularly worried for my grandchildren. The changes we thought would happen in the future… We’re actually seeing them now,” (International Programme on the State of the Ocean, OneWorld Video (UK), August 2011).

Dr. Rogers claims the ocean is in a critical state.

Accordingly, out of dire necessity, the operative question is: How should the world’s governments respond to an ocean that is in a critical state?

Do nothing or do something?

Methane

Methane (CH4) is the ugly stepsister to carbon dioxide (CO2). Excessively, it’s a killer.

Methane is over twenty times more powerful, over a 100-year period, per molecule, than is carbon dioxide (CO2). Or, put another way, methane is more effectual than carbon dioxide at absorbing infrared radiation emitted from the earth’s surface and preventing it from escaping into space. Notwithstanding, methane, during its first few years upon entering the atmosphere, is 100 times as powerful as an equal weight of CO2.

As it happens, it appears excessive levels of methane are just now starting to seriously impact the atmosphere in a big way!

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science, as of February 2013, methane levels in the atmosphere are measured at 1,874 ppb (parts per billion.) This level, in an historical context, is more than twice the level as any time since 400,000 years before the industrial revolution. In the past, methane has ranged between 300-400 ppb during glacial periods and 600-700 ppb during warm interglacial periods.

The CH4 quagmire, in large measure, is the result of a melting Arctic, which, in turn, exposes methane that has been entrapped for millennia-times-millennia. Here’s the quandary: “We show results from some recent work from submarines, and speculate that the trend towards retreat and thinning will inevitably lead to an eventual loss of all ice in summer, which can be described as a ‘tipping point’ in that the former situation, of an Arctic covered with mainly multi-year ice, cannot be retrieved.” Peter Wadhams, Arctic Ice Cover, Ice Thickness and Tipping Points, AMBIO (Publisher: Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences), February 2012, Volume 41, Issue 1.

The statement by Peter Wadhams, PhD, Head of the Polar Ocean Physics Group, Dept. of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge, goes to the heart of the scope of methane’s threat, for example: Rising temperatures in the Arctic (which are already rising 2-3 times faster than temps elsewhere on the planet) could abruptly trigger the release of 50 Gt (gigatonnes) of methane currently frozen in the seabed within a decade, which would be catastrophic.

“It is the summer sea ice loss passing the point of no return, leading to unstoppable catastrophic Arctic methane feedbacks, sooner or later… puts us in a state of planetary emergency today,” John Nissen, AMEG Chairman, Arctic Methane Emergency Group (ameg.me/).

Methane emissions slowed in the 1990s, but “… strong growth resumed in 2007,” Euan G. Nisbet, et al, Methane on the Rise-Again, Atmospheric Science, Science Vol. 343, No. 6170, January 31, 2014.

With methane strongly on the rise again, the news could not be any worse regarding the prospects of an extinction event. As a matter of fact, the recent surge in methane feeds right into the wheelhouse of an extinction event.

Alas, the story only gets worse. The seafloor off the coast of Northern Siberia is releasing over twice the amount of methane as previously estimated, according to new research, as of 2013: “We believe that the release of methane from the Arctic, and in particular this part of the Arctic, could impact the entire globe,” Natalia Shakhova, et al. Ebullition and storm-induced methane release from the East Siberian Arctic Shelf, Nature Geoscience, DOI: 10.1038/ngeo2007, Nov. 24, 2013.

“Impact the entire globe” is not at all positive in any way shape, or form; rather, ultimately, it means heat, lots of heat, leading to runaway global warming, and this forecast is why a group of renowned scientist formed the Arctic Methane Emergency Group, which has already sent major governments a letter pleading for: “Emergency intervention is needed both to save the Arctic sea ice and to reduce the risk of catastrophic global warming from a sudden large emission of methane,” (Source: ameg.me/index.php/response).

“We carried out checks at about 115 stationary points and discovered methane fields of a fantastic scale – I think on a scale not seen before. Some of the plumes were a kilometer or more wide and the emissions went directly into the atmosphere – the concentration was a hundred times higher than normal,” says Dr. Igor Semiletov of the International Arctic Research Centre at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, who led the 8th joint US-Russian cruise of the East Siberian Arctic seas (Source: Steve Connor, Vast Methane ‘Plumes’ Seen in Arctic Ocean as Sea Ice Retreats, The Independent (UK), Dec. 13, 2011.)

According to the National Academies’ report, abrupt climate change has already started in the Arctic. Whether a tipping point has been reached, or exceeded, time will tell, but it shouldn’t take too long to know, maybe a few years, maybe longer.

As an aside, it would be absolutely wonderful and spectacular if the climate change denialists prove to be correct about ice in the Arctic. Their claim, which appeared all over the mainstream news this past fall, is that the ice at the Arctic is rebuilding beautifully. And, yes it is true Arctic sea ice “extent” and “volume” did increase, which occasionally happens in any given year. However, the basic science, on a long-term secular basis, doesn’t agree with their hysterics.

Accordingly, “Arctic sea ice extent in February 2014 averaged 14.44 million sq. miles. This is the fourth lowest February ice extent in the satellite data record, and is 910,000 sq. kilometres. below the 1981 to 2010 average,” Arctic Sea Ice News & Analysis, National Snow & Ice Data Center, University of Colorado, Boulder, March 3, 2014.

In order for Arctic sea ice to recover from more than 30 years of shrinkage, it will require much more than one season of increased sea ice. It will take many, many seasons of increased sea ice. Meanwhile, the Sword of Damocles hangs over the Arctic, threatening all society with runaway global warming.

In that regard, the Arctic Methane Emergency Group sent a Policy Brief to major governments. Here is their conclusion: “AMEG’s conclusion is that there is now a planetary emergency. Only by grasping the nettle and intervening with great determination, as in a war effort, is there a chance of remedying the situation before it is too late. International collaboration to fight this common ‘enemy’ of Arctic meltdown must bring all nations together, in the cause of our very survival.”

“If we burn all reserves of oil, gas, and coal, there is a substantial chance we will initiate the runaway greenhouse. If we also burn the tar sans and tar shale, I believe the Venus syndrome is a dead certainty,” James Hansen, Storms of my Grandchildren (Bloomsbury Press, 2009).

Venus’s atmosphere consists of 96.5% carbon dioxide (CO2), which keeps a lid on the heat as surface temps run 872 degrees F. The Venus Syndrome happens when climate and atmospheric feedback loops are triggered and cannot be switched off, e.g., greenhouse gases build up, causing more warming, in turn, more greenhouse gases are released, causing more warming, and so on and so forth in a maddening continuum of a vicious feedback loop.

Under those circumstances, Earth risks becoming a pressure-cooking inferno.

Subsidize renewables, not fracking.

Post Script: The International Energy Agency (IEA) reports the world’s carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuel usage hit record levels (IEA: Carbon Emissions from Fuel Usage Hit New Global Record, Deutsche Welle, Oct. 6, 2013). The IEA also warned that, based upon larger levels of carbon dioxide emissions than previously calculated, the world is on a path to an average temperature rise of between 3.6 and 5.3 degrees C, about double the target set at a UN summit in Durbin in 2010.

On a positive note:A student movement at more than 300 university and college campuses is encouraging endowments to divest holdings of fossil fuel companies. As for one example, Divest Harvard declares: “By sponsoring climate change through our investments, our university is threatening our generation’s future,” Randall Smith, A New Divestment Focus on Campus: Fossil Fuels, New York Times, Sept. 6, 2013.

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By Juan Cole

In the same way that pedophiles are attracted to professions where they come into frequent contact with children, peeping Toms surely are attracted into electronic surveillance work.

That seems to me the only explanation for the US National Security Agency and British intelligence’s Optic Nerve program, just revealed by The Guardian from the Snowden files. The analysts sneaked into millions of people’s private webcam conversations without a warrant and appropriated them, that is, actually downloaded and stored still images from them. If a private hacker did that to even one person and was caught, that hacker would be tossed in a prison cell for life and the key would be thrown away.

Up to 11% of the video they spied on and captured was lovers engaged in nudity and long-distance video intimacy with one another. Although the agencies are said to have attempted to limit employees’ access to this enormous government-funded porn movie industry, we know from the Snowden case that even relatively low-level contractors could get access to millions of such records.

British intelligence officers came to the Guardian’s office late last summer and smashed hard drives suspected of containing the Snowden files, in a fruitless attempt to prevent this sort of massive spying on innocent people from becoming public knowledge.

The program was a blunt instrument, so any Yahoo data flowing through the Internat got picked up, and that means inevitably Americans and British as well as targets in the Middle East. Facial recognition software was run on the images, and analysts were shown screen shots of innocent people on the basis of their putative resemblance to terrorists. But not only is there no conceivable way in which this perving was helping us fight al-Qaeda, it certainly must have been an enormous distraction from actual intelligence work. If the NSA and British intelligence wanted to fight terrorism they should have sent the analysts to Falluja (it is not too late– in fact Mr. Cameron and Mr. Obama could get them on a plane for Baghdad as early as next week).

We also don’t know how many of the targets they were looking for via Yahoo facetime chats were not terrorists but dissidents. We know that they target hacktivists and other dissidents for reputational harm and honey traps. Instead of having to go to all the trouble of getting a warrant and surreptitiously putting cameras in a residence or hotel room, they could just go out on the internet and hack into people’s private exchanges.

The Guardian points out that Optic Nerve bears an uncanny resemblance to the surveillance cameras the government had in every home in George Orwell’s novel, 1984 .

Supposed conservatives, who are so worried about the government getting into citizens’ business, have been the most vocal defenders of these violations of elementary human rights law and of privacy rights.

There is no evidence that any of these illegal domestic surveillance programs has forestalled a single act of terrorism.

Yahoo issued an outraged statement, but my advice to them is to hire some Washington and London lobbyists. Statements are not going to deter the Big Government peeping Toms. Yahoo said:

“”We were not aware of, nor would we condone, this reported activity,” said a spokeswoman. “This report, if true, represents a whole new level of violation of our users’ privacy that is completely unacceptable, and we strongly call on the world’s governments to reform surveillance law consistent with the principles we outlined in December.

“We are committed to preserving our users’ trust and security and continue our efforts to expand encryption across all of our services.”

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Flickr Chilling: "... [Exxon] CEO Rex Tillerson the fracking party has just begun."
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Rex Tillerson, Chairman and CEO of ExxonMobil,, speaks after receiving his award at the Global Leadership Awards dinner hosted by the UN Foundation and United Nations Association-USA, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011, in New York. (Stuart Ramson/Insider Images for United Nations Foundation)
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Kathy Calvin, CEO of the United Nations Foundation, presents Rex Tillerson, Chairman and CEO of ExxonMobil, with the Global Leadership Award at a dinner hosted by the UN Foundation and United Nations Association-USA, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011, in New York. ExxonMobil was honored for their commitment to helping the UN fight malaria. (Stuart Ramson/Insider Images for United Nations Foundation)
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Grammy Award-winning band Linkin Park meets with Nothing But Nets champion and boy scout Nate Stafford and ExxonMobil Chairman and CEO Rex Tillerson at the Global Leadership Awards dinner hosted by the UN Foundation and United Nations Association-USA, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011, in New York. (Diane Bondareff/Insider Images for United Nations Foundation)
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Flickr Rex Tillerson, 1984-style
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Flickr Hearing: Finance Committee Hearing on Oil and Gas Tax Incentives and Rising Energy Prices in Washington, D.C., on May 12, 2011

When questioned by Senator Cantwell, Exxon Mobil Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Rex Tillerson (not pictured) said that oil should cost between $60 and $70 per barrel, if the price of oil were based on supply and demand fundamentals. Oil was trading at $98 per barrel on Thursday morning, after plunging 5.5 percent yesterday.

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Life Scout Tony Hansberry and BSA President Rex Tillerson pause for a Scouting history lesson near the Boy Scout Memorial.
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Flickr Crab falls to Rex Tillerson, again
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BSA National President Rex Tillerson waves to the crowd during the BSA Grand Centennial Parade, in Washington, D.C., Sunday July 25, 2010. Photo by Daniel Giles

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ExxonMobil Chairman and CEO Rex Tillerson makes his way past an activist with a sign as he leaves a House Subcommittee on Energy and Environment holds a hearing entitled "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security, and Clean Energy" holds hearings on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, Tuesday, June 15, 2010. Watson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chevron Corporation Photo by ©Mannie Garcia/ Greenpeace

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Personal security guards shield oil executives from activists with signs in the back of the room during a House Subcommittee on Energy and Environment holds a hearing entitled "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security, and Clean Energy" holds hearings on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, Tuesday, June 15, 2010. Seated from left are Rex Tillerson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ExxonMobil and John Watson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chevron Corporation Photo by ©Mannie Garcia/ Greenpeace

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Rex Tillerson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ExxonMobil testifies before the House Subcommittee on Energy and Environment during a hearing entitled "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security, and Clean Energy" holds hearings on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, Tuesday, June 15, 2010. ©Mannie Garcia/ Greenpeace
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Rex Tillerson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ExxonMobil testifies before the House Subcommittee on Energy and Environment during a hearing entitled "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security, and Clean Energy" holds hearings on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, Tuesday, June 15, 2010. ©Mannie Garcia/ Greenpeace
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ExxonMobil Chairman and Chief Executive Rex Tillerson, left, gestures while testifying before the House Subcommittee on Energy and Environment hearing entitled "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security, and Clean Energy" on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, Tuesday, June 15, 2010. Pictured from left are: Rex Tillerson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ExxonMobil; John Watson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chevron Corporation; James Mulva, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Conoco Phillips; Marvin Odum, President, Shell Oil Company; and Lamar McKay, President and Chairman, BP America, Inc.
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Congressman Ed Markey (D-Mass),Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Energy and Environment holds a hearing entitled "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security, and Clean Energy" on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, Tuesday, June 15, 2010. Witnesses pictured from left are: Rex Tillerson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ExxonMobil; John Watson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chevron Corporation; James Mulva, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Conoco Phillips; Marvin Odum, President, Shell Oil Company; and Lamar McKay, President and Chairman, BP America, Inc. ©Mannie Garcia/ Greenpeace
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Congressman Ed Markey (D-Mass),Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Energy and Environment holds a hearing entitled "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security, and Clean Energy" on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, Tuesday, June 15, 2010. Witnesses pictured from left are: Rex Tillerson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ExxonMobil; John Watson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chevron Corporation; James Mulva, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Conoco Phillips; Marvin Odum, President, Shell Oil Company; and Lamar McKay, President and Chairman, BP America, Inc. ©Mannie Garcia/ Greenpeace
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Congressman Ed Markey (D-Mass),Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Energy and Environment holds a hearing entitled "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security, and Clean Energy" on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, Tuesday, June 15, 2010. Witnesses pictured from left are: Rex Tillerson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ExxonMobil; John Watson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chevron Corporation; James Mulva, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Conoco Phillips; Marvin Odum, President, Shell Oil Company; and Lamar McKay, President and Chairman, BP America, Inc. ©Mannie Garcia/ Greenpeace
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Congressman Ed Markey (D-Mass),Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Energy and Environment holds a hearing entitled "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security, and Clean Energy" on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, Tuesday, June 15, 2010. Witnesses pictured from left are: Rex Tillerson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ExxonMobil; John Watson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chevron Corporation; James Mulva, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Conoco Phillips; Marvin Odum, President, Shell Oil Company; and Lamar McKay, President and Chairman, BP America, Inc. ©Mannie Garcia/ Greenpeace
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Rex Tillerson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ExxonMobil testifies before the House Subcommittee on Energy and Environment during a hearing entitled "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security, and Clean Energy" holds hearings on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, Tuesday, June 15, 2010. ©Mannie Garcia/ Greenpeace
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Congressman Ed Markey (D-Mass) Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Energy and Environment holds a hearing entitled "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security, and Clean Energy" holds hearings on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, Tuesday, June 15, 2010. Invited oil company executives are sworn in as the hearing gets started. From left to right, Rex Tillerson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ExxonMobil, John Watson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chevron Corporation, James Mulva, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Conoco Phillips, Marvin Odum , President, Shell Oil Company and Lamar McKay, President and Chairman, BP America, Inc.. Photo by ©Mannie Garcia/ Greenpeace

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Flickr June 15, 2010: Markey Holds Hearing With Top Oil CEOs

CEOs who are from left to right; Rex Tillerson of ExxonMobil, John Watson of Chevron, James Mulva of Conoco Phillips, Marvin Odum of Shell and Lamar McKay of BP America.

Rep. Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.), Chairman of the Energy and Environment Subcommittee, held a hearing with the CEOs of the five top oil companies to discuss to discuss America's energy future and the ongoing oil spill in the Gulf.
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Marvin Odum, President, Shell Oil Company, testifies before the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and the Environment during the hearing, "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security and Clean Energy" on June 15, 2010
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James Mulva, Chairman and CEO of ConocoPhillips, testifies before the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and the Environment during the hearing, "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security and Clean Energy" on June 15, 2010
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Lamar McKay, President and Chairman of BP America, Inc, testifies before the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and the Environment during the hearing, "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security and Clean Energy" on June 15, 2010
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Rep. Ed Markey (D-MA) chairs the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and the Environment hearing, "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security and Clean Energy" on June 15, 2010
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Chairman Markey discusses the similarities of the Gulf Oil Spill response plans from the big oil companies testifying at the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and the Environment during the hearing, "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security and Clean Energy" on June 15, 2010
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Rex Tillerson, Chairman and CEO of ExxonMobil, testifies before the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and the Environment during the hearing, "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security and Clean Energy" on June 15, 2010
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CEOs and top executives from BP, ExxonMobil, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, and Shell testify before the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and the Environment during the hearing, "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security and Clean Energy" on June 15, 2010
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Rex Tillerson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ExxonMobil testifies before the House Subcommittee on Energy and Environment during a hearing entitled "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security, and Clean Energy" holds hearings on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, Tuesday, June 15, 2010. ©Mannie Garcia/ Greenpeace
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Congressman Ed Markey (D-Mass),Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Energy and Environment looms on the screen over the witnesses for a hearing entitled "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security, and Clean Energy" on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, Tuesday, June 15, 2010. Witnesses pictured from left are: Rex Tillerson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ExxonMobil; John Watson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chevron Corporation; James Mulva, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Conoco Phillips; Marvin Odum, President, Shell Oil Company; and Lamar McKay, President and Chairman, BP America, Inc.
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Congressman Ed Markey (D-Mass) and Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Energy and Environment holds a hearing entitled "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security, and Clean Energy" holds hearings on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, Tuesday, June 15, 2010. Invited Witnesses include; Rex Tillerson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ExxonMobil, John Watson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chevron Corporation, James Mulva, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Conoco Phillips, Lamar McKay, President and Chairman, BP America, Inc., and Marvin Odum, President, Shell Oil Company. ©Mannie Garcia/ Greenpeace

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CEOs and top executives from BP, ExxonMobil, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, and Shell testify before the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and the Environment during the hearing, "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security and Clean Energy" on June 15, 2010
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CEOs and top executives from BP, ExxonMobil, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, and Shell testify before the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and the Environment during the hearing, "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security and Clean Energy" on June 15, 2010
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Ebeneezer Scrooge. The man who must change, not only for himself but for the world. The current CEO of Exxon Mobil.
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Rex Tillerson, chairman and chief executive officer of Exxon Mobile.
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Rex Tillerson, chief executive officer of Exxon Mobile Corp., speaks during a panel discussion on global energy security in Calgary, on Friday, Sept. 7, 2007.
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Flickr Exxon Valdez Comparison Map, draft
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This is a first generation of this map, so I consider this a draft for the final map.
It has a few problems that were later cleaned up and improved.

This is a map comparing the coast of California with the extent and area of the oil spill spill in Alaska caused by the wreck of the Exxon Valdez. Emergency response measures that were to have limited the spread and damage were not operating as planned with rough weather confounding rapid clean up. Oil still remains under the surface of beaches in the spill area.

A summary of the damage case against with Exxon as the plaintiff as posted by the law firm Faegre & Benson LLF on February 1, 2010:

"In 1994, a jury in Anchorage found Exxon reckless and awarded the Plaintiffs $5 billion dollars in punitive damages. Exxon appealed the jury verdict to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which reduced the punitive damages to $2.5 billion in December 2006. Exxon then appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court. The U.S. Supreme Court's decision in June 2008 capped the punitive damages at $507.5 million.

In September 2008, Exxon finally made a payment of punitive damages to the Exxon Qualified Settlement Fund (EQSF) in the amount of $383,349,750. Exxon withheld $70 million based on its belief that the Plaintiffs should pay the costs Exxon incurred on appeal. Exxon also refused to pay interest on the punitive damages. The first wave of payments of punitive damages to claimants began in November 2008.

On June 15, 2009, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the Plaintiffs on both issues. In July 2009, Exxon transferred $470 million in interest to the EQSF. These funds are now being disbursed. Exxon continued their appeal of the $70 million in costs.

In December 2009, Exxon abandoned their appeal of the $70 million and transferred the money to the EQSF. A Satisfaction of Judgment was finally entered. We expect that the $70 million, along with all other funds that have been held in reserve, will be paid out in 2010."

Dispersal of those funds can be followed at this: site www.exspill.com/

During that litigation, at the end of June 2006, over 20 US Senators (bipartisan) sent a letter to Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson illustrating the nation's frustration with their refusal to pay the damages levied against them for the disaster 17 years ago. Read the letter:

www.murray.senate.gov/environment/exxon-ltr.pdf


Compare the Exxon Valdez spill with others:
news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/2491317.stm

Residents of the area indicate that if 5 billion was received it would not cover the damages of loss of services and income over the past 20 years caused by the spill, but some would like to move on. Riki Ott a responder, resident, scientist, activist and author presented this financial summary (and other points) in her book Not One Drop www.rikiott.com/

The original extent of the spill in this map was based upon EVOS map information www.adn.com/evos/pgs/map_oilmovement.gif

ExxonMobil's summary: www.exxonmobil.com/Corporate/about_issues_valdez.aspx

The EVOS Trust Council has a regularly updated site here: www.evostc.state.ak.us/


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