WASHINGTON, June 18- U.S. companies hoping to export natural gas are frustrated by lengthy delays and rule changes as they await U.S. Department of Energy approval of their applications and may turn to the courts to speed up the process.
WASHINGTON, June 13- Delays in approval of more natural gas export projects are costing U.S. companies millions of dollars a day and giving a leg up to rival countries also looking to boost exports, the chief of Exxon Mobil Corp said on Thursday. Japan and India are among the countries keen to gain access to U.S. supplies.
DALLAS, May 29- Fewer shareholders of Exxon Mobil Corp on Wednesday cast votes in favor of the oil company's executive compensation following a year when Chief Executive Officer Rex Tillerson's total pay climbed 15 percent to about $40 million.
*Meeting included AT&T, Honeywell, Northrop Grumman CEOs. The White House has elevated the issue after efforts to improve U.S. cyber defenses through new laws failed in Congress last year.
LONDON, March 5- The battle over U.S. approval of the Keystone oil pipeline shows the difficulty in regulating carbon emissions through the supply of crude oil, barring an unlikely global agreement to curb demand.
*Exxon to decide between Kurds and Baghdad. ARBIL, Iraq, Jan 30- Behind the closed doors of their offices in the United States, top executives and lawyers for Exxon Mobil are poring over two sets of contracts, weighing a decision that could shift the balance of power in Iraq.
LONDON, Jan 29- Iraqi Kurdistan said it is negotiating with two or three major international companies to operate oilfields and expects to announce the outcome in about a month, in a move likely to further heighten tensions with Baghdad.
LONDON/ ARBIL, Iraq, Jan 23- Exxon Mobil may be moving closer to Baghdad's side in its bitter feud with autonomous Kurdistan, industry sources said, with a sweeter deal to keep it operating in southern Iraq on the table.