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  • Frracking: The Most Harmful Process Of Fracking

    Fracking may not be the most exciting process to learn about nor is it something many people want to get involved in but it 's much more important than any of those people think. Fracking is the process of extracting fossil fuels by shooting a liquid into the ground that contains known and unknown chemicals. Just reading the description of the process of fracking can be a little freaky for some people and rightfully so. If one major oil company such as Chevron Corporation made the decision to find a realistic alternative to fracking it could start the process of other major oil companies following in their footsteps. There are three steps Chevron Corp can take to start the process of putting fracking behind us and focusing on the future of energy, which is clean energy. Those three steps Chevron need to take are first, admitting fracking was a mistake and that it’s risks outweigh its economic rewards, Next, Chevron would need to make the public aware of the dangers of fracking and the importance of switching to clean energy, and lastly, Chevron needs to try to get other major oil companies on board with dropping fracking and switching to clean energy. The first step Chevron Corp needs to take is making the initial public announcement that they are going to move away from fracking and fossil fuels as it’s too dangerous for the health of humans and the health of the environment. Although fracking has been beneficial to our economy it’s becoming clear that the risk outweighs…

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  • 2010 BP Oil Spill

    We as humans are bound to make mistakes, no matter who you are at some point you will. For some businesses mistakes aren’t something they worry about, but are the mistakes there making too much and is it hurting us without them even caring? Flashback to April 10th, 2010 BP had an oil spill, which killed/ effected millions. BP is one of the seven “supermajor” oil and gas companies. BP, also referred to by its former name British Petroleum. It’s in over 70 different countries some including,…

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  • The Principles And Code Of Ethics Of British Petroleum

    1909 the Anglo-Persian Oil Company (APOC) was incorporated and shares were sold to the public. The first chairman was Lord Stratchona, he also owned a minority shareholder. BP is a public limited company, their ownership is spread among the general public in many shares of stock, and these stocks are freely traded on a stock exchange. They have listings on the London Stock Exchange, which is their main stock exchange. Their stocks are also being traded on the New York Stock Exchange. London…

    Words: 2193 - Pages: 9
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