Big Oil's Alternative Energy Ads Scrutinized As oil and gas prices surge, oil companies are highlighting their investments in alternative energy sources with new ad campaigns. Companies are promoting their million-dollar investments, but one journalist says that's not much compared with the billions of dollars that the oil companies make.
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Big Oil's Alternative Energy Ads Scrutinized

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Big Oil's Alternative Energy Ads Scrutinized

Big Oil's Alternative Energy Ads Scrutinized

Big Oil's Alternative Energy Ads Scrutinized

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As oil and gas prices surge, oil companies are highlighting their investments in alternative energy sources with new ad campaigns. Exxon-Mobil, Chevron and BP are among the companies promoting their million-dollar investments. But one journalist says that's not much compared with the billions of dollars that the oil companies make.

Co-host Ari Shapiro talks to Beth Evans, managing editor of Platts OilGram News.