Big Oil’s Belated Conversion

And now, cheered on by the American Petroleum Institute, the Trump administration just signed its permission to let oil and gas developers despoil the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge—a biological wonderland, with its tundra bees and polar bears, black bears and grizzlies, Porcupine caribou and ancient musk oxen.

The Trump administration’s push to exploit the Arctic Refuge isn’t just obscene; it’s ludicrous. Who will be beating down the door to the Arctic? 

BP ditched Alaska in 2019 and is now selling off fossil fuel assets. The company is $41 billion in debt and now must spend much of what it has on its belated conversion to renewables.

Which brings up the bizarre scenario of BP becoming a world leader in green energy.

Read on, at CounterPunch.

1 thought on “Big Oil’s Belated Conversion

  1. Lee Hall wrote: “Which brings up the bizarre scenario of BP becoming a world leader in green energy.”
    Many years ago Ralph Nader responded to the above scenario as follows: “Maybe when Exxon owns the sun.” Bizarre, impossible…I’m not so sure.

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