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Fracking Boom Infects South America: Argentina's Andes Next on the Hit List

Fracking Boom Infects South America: Argentina's Andes Next on the Hit List
Argentina's government is welcoming frackers with open arms, much to the chagrin of its citizenry. Hyperinflation in the country has led its leaders to shortsightedly believe the filthy, experimental and dangerous extraction process is the remedy for Argentina's woes.
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'No Turning Back' From Mexico's Looming Fracking and Offshore Oil and Gas Bonanza

'No Turning Back' From Mexico's Looming Fracking and Offshore Oil and Gas Bonanza
After generations of state control, Mexico’s vast oil and gas reserves will soon open for business to the international market. In December 2013, Mexico’s Congress voted to break up the longstanding monopoly held by the state-owned oil giant Petroleos Mexicanos — commonly called Pemex — and to open the nation’s oil and gas reserves to foreign companies.
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Exxon CEO Nets 3% Raise, Now Earns $28.1M Per Year

Exxon CEO Nets 3% Raise, Now Earns $28.1M Per Year
The CEO of Exxon Mobil Corp. received compensation worth $28.1 million last year, a 3 percent increase over the previous year, according to an Associated Press analysis of a company regulatory filing. Most of Rex W. Tillerson's compensation was in the form of stock awards, which the largest U.S. oil company valued at $21.3 million when they were granted.
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