BAYTOWN, TEXAS – A decade ago, when Mike Zamora ran ExxonMobil’s Baytown petrochemical plant, his vision to expand the facility and boost its capacity was nothing but a pipe dream.
Negotiations to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) are a chance to boost the competitiveness of U.S. companies in Canada and Mexico and solidify the preeminent role U.S. refiners and petrochemicals producers play in enabling global transportation and manufacturing.
A central theme running through the “Better Deal” economic policy agenda that the Democratic Party rolled out this week is the importance of creating—and protecting—good-paying jobs – jobs that will help boost middle-class incomes and create new economic opportunities nationwide.
We’ve written about how environmental activists have launched an aggressive multifaceted campaign attacking the financial services companies that the oil and natural gas industries depend on to stay in business.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Statement by American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers President and CEO Chet Thompson following President Donald Trump’s address to the joint session of Congress.
The Financial Assault, Part 3: The DOL encourages fund managers to trade portfolio value for political activism
In a stunning display of political gamesmanship, the US Labor Department issued an “interpretive bulletin” last week that “encouraged financial advisers to take a more active and vocal role in evaluating companies on their social and environmental positions, including climate change,” according to a recent ClimateWire article.
By mid-January, news sources have thoroughly exhausted reports on American’s Yuletide spending and attention inevitably turns to the day of reckoning: Tax Day.