Mobil CEO Rawleigh Warner, Jr. on the potentially "disastrous" consequences of rising CO2, particularly as it relates to heavy fossil fuels such as oil sands. Warner's comments appear in an article he wrote for a 1982 special issue of the journal UNEP Industry and Environment. It's re-printed here with permission from the United Nations Environment Program.
The American Petrolem Institute published a paper in 1982 titled "Climate Models and CO2 Warming A Selective Review and Summary."
Exxon's Raymond Campion's memo about the American Petroleum Institute's CO2 research strategy, July 1979.¬†
Exxon's Raymond Campion comments on the American Petroleum Institute's background paper on CO2 effects.
A 2001 State Department briefing memo about a meeting with representatives of the Global Climate Coalition.
The American Petroleum Institute's draft Global Climate Science Communications Plan from 1998.
The American Petroleum Institute's "CO2 and Climate Task Force" (AQ-9) meeting minutes from March 18, 1980.
A brief summary of Exxon's position on the global warming in 1981.
Exxon's Harold Weinberg questions the concentration of CO2 in the ocean versus the atmosphere in a letter to his colleagues.
A 1984 conference presentation called "CO2 Greenhouse and Climate Issues" by Exxon scientist Henry Shaw.