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Science teachers reject free copies of "An Inconvient Truth" under pressure from ExxonMobil

The National Science Teachers Association was offered 50,000 free copies of the Al Gore documentary An Inconvenient Truth for classroom use. The group however decided to decline the offer because they didn't want to upset Exxon\Mobil. The oil company is a major financial supporter of the organization and decided it wasn't worth the risk of upsetting a contributor. The NSTA said they didn't want to offer any political

Saudi oil exec: Don't worry, we have plenty of oil

At a conference today in Vienna sponsored by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, Abdallah S. Jum'ah, president and CEO of the state-owned Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Aramco), proclaimed that the world has only consumed about 18 percent of its total crude oil supply. He said that with a 4.5 trillion barrel global potential, there is enough to maintain current consumption levels for 140 years.

Exxon Mobil chief's global energy outlook

There's a news brief on ABC News Online's website showing some views of Exxon Mobil Australian CEO Mark Nolan regarding his global energy outlook.