After 22 Years, ExxonMobil Finally Settles Indonesian Human Rights Case
By Aisyah Llewellyn
Last month, 11 Acehnese villagers reached a confidential financial settlement with the U.S. oil giant, after accusing it of abuses including rape and torture.
Will China Scuttle ExxonMobil’s South China Sea Gas Project With Vietnam?
By Gary Sands
A planned investment in the Blue Whale field could make the U.S. energy giant the next target of Chinese threats.
Rex Americana: ExxonMobil CEO Tapped for Secretary of State
By Catherine Putz
Rex Tillerson comes burdened with conflicts of interests and close Russian ties.
Papua New Guinea Begins LNG Exports
By Kevin Placek
In an economic milestone for the country, a major LNG project makes its first shipment.
Russia: Can The Gas Empire Strike Back?
Intransigence on pricing may cost Moscow dearly in the huge Asian gas market.