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Gas prices are displayed at a Mobil gas station in Los Angeles on Oct. 28, 2022. ExxonMobil posted record earnings in 2022, benefitting from a surge in oil prices. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Exxon announced record earnings. It's bound to renew scrutiny of Big Oil

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Climate activists protest on the first day of the ExxonMobil trial outside the New York State Supreme Court building on Oct. 22, 2019, in New York City. ExxonMobil was found not guilty of misleading investors about how climate change would affect its finances. Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Exxon climate predictions were accurate decades ago. Still it sowed doubt

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Sea levels in Guyana are rising several times faster than the global average. High tides sometimes spill over the seawall that is meant to protect the coastline. Ryan Kellman/NPR hide caption

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Two Sides Of Guyana: A Green Champion And An Oil Producer

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Pictured are pumps at an Exxon gas station in Charlotte, N.C. A tiny fund got two board members elected to the oil giant's board, delivering a historic defeat to ExxonMobil. Logan Cyrus/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A Tiny Fund Has Scored A Historic Win Against ExxonMobil Over The Future Of Oil

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An Exxon station in Hicksville, N.Y., in March. Exxon Mobil Corp. announced up to $20 billion in write-downs of natural gas assets, the biggest such action ever by the company. Bruce Bennett/Getty Images hide caption

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Exxon Writes Off Record Amount From Value of Assets Amid Energy Market Downturn

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Exxon joined the Dow Jones Industrial Average in 1928, as Standard Oil, one of companies descended from John D. Rockefeller's world-transforming oil monopoly. Bruce Bennett/Getty Images hide caption

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New York's attorney general is suing Exxon Mobil, accusing the company of defrauding shareholders. Above, an Exxon refinery in St. Bernard Parish, La., is seen in 2015. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Exxon Is On Trial, Accused Of Misleading Investors About Risks Of Climate Change

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