Oil and Gas Lobby Overstates Job Potential - Rural West Initiative
Once again, the oil and gas industry's bulldog lobbying group, Western Energy Alliance (formerly IPAMS, or Independent Petroleum Association of Mountain States), is grossly misleading the public and elected officials about the supposed suppression of jobs and revenue from proposed energy development in the West.
Oil and Gas Lobbying
Articles about oil and gas industry lobbying
Oil & Gas - Open Secrets
Breakdown of lobbying contributions to the industry from Open Secrets.
Exxon Mobil - Open Secrets
ExxonMobil Corp. is one of the world's biggest energy companies, involved in virtually every segment of the energy sector from coal mining and electricity to the production, exploration and marketing of oil and gas.
Political Contributions and Lobbying - ExxonMobil
Exxon Mobil believes that registering and voting, keeping informed on political matters and serving on civic bodies are important.
Koch companies are involved in refining, chemicals, biofuels and ingredients; forest and consumer products; fertilizers; polymers and fibers; and more.
Koch Industries, Inc. Lobbying Activities - Desmog Blog
Nancy Pfotenhauer (formerly Nancy Mitchell) was an advisor to Senator John McCain during his presidential election campaign, and a former director of Koch Industries Washington office. Pfotenhauer was Koch Industries chief in-house lobbyist from 1996 to 2001. Her lobbying efforts were focused on gas pipelines. In 2001, Nancy Pfotenhauer left Koch Industries to become the president of the Independent Women's Forum, a conservative research group that receives funding from Koch Industries.
Royal Dutch Shell - Influence Explorer: Campaign Finance, Lobbying and Regulations
Royal Dutch Shell has given $1,465,064 in campaign contributions from 1995 to 2014. See where the money went on Influence Explorer.
Shell Lobbied To Undermine EU Renewables Targets, Documents Reveal - Environment - The Guardian
Weak renewable energy goals for 2030 originated with Shell pitch for gas as a key technology for Europe to cut its carbon emissions in an affordable way.
American Petroleum Institute
Poll: 65 percent of Virginia voters support producing offshore oil and natural gas resources.