While millions have been hurt by surging gas prices, a new report from a government watchdog group shows 25 of the world’s biggest fossil fuel corporations in 2021 collectively pulled in an “eye-popping” $205 billion in profits. While millions of working people have been hurt by surging gas prices, a new analysis out Tuesday shows that 25 of the world’s biggest fossil fuel corporations collectively pulled in an “eye-popping” $205 billion in profits last year – and Big Oil is exploiting Russia’s war on Ukraine to charge even more at the pump in 2022 and advance its financial interests. According to the new report from government watchdog Accountable.US, top oil and gas companies took “full advantage” of last year’s sky-high prices and record profits. Fourteen firms rewarded shareholders with more than $35 billion in stock buybacks and dividend bumps.
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One Reply to “Top 25 Big Oil Companies Pulled In ‘Eye-Popping’ $205 Billion In Profits Last Year by Kenny Stancil”
Need I remind you ? Clean, non-pollting FREE Energy has been available for 100 YEARS ! Suppressed by BIG OIL, and CROOKED Government. Tesla dreamed it up, but the Zionist bastards had to shut him up, steal his work , and BURY any Patent coming close !