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Coronavirus: why oil companies are scrambling to survive
How major oil companies have responded to the crisis, and outlines how they will have to adapt to survive a more volatile future.
196 days ago
And now biden and team said they will end fracking. The US will be crushed in the oil business if these demtards are elected. If your livelihood is connected in any way to oil and gas get out and vote like your job depends on it. Liberalism find the cure
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