Insiders and leaked audio reveal new details of job cuts at Exxon

published 31.07.2020 15:04

(Greentech Media) Big Oil backs clean tech: Oilfield services giant Halliburton, among the companies hit hard by the oil-price downturn, is opening a new lab devoted to clean-energy technologies.

This week's top stories Earnings: Shell and Total saw earnings tumble, as expected, but both European oil majors still made money, largely thanks to their little-known oil trading businesses, per Axios.

If you're a current or former Exxon employee and have information to share, you can reach me at bjones@businessinsider.com or through the confidential messaging up Signal at 646-768-1657.

That's why big oil companies like BP, Chevron, and Schlumberger are laying off loads of employees — more than 35,000 combined.

Last week, we reported on a change Exxon made to its employee ranking process amid an oil price collapse.

by Benji Jones from feedproxy.google.com

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