Exxon's Roger Cohen says the impacts of rising CO2 will likely be catastrophic.
Exxon's Roger Cohen says there's a "consensus" that a doubling of atmospheric CO2 concentrations will result in an average global temperature increase of roughly 3C.
Exxon intern Steve Knisely's report on how global warming might affect future fuel use.
Presentation by Exxon scientist Andrew Callegari on Exxon's climate modeling research.
Exxon scientist Henry Shaw tells his boss there is "a good probability" that CO2 legislation will eventually be passed.
Exxon scientists update Senior Vice Presidents M.E.J. O'Loughlin and George T. Piercy on the status of their CO2 research.
Exxon and Columbia University scientists present their CO2 research plan to NOAA scientist Lester Machta.
Exxon's Harold Weinberg proposes some "grandiose thoughts" on how Exxon might research the "CO2 problem."
Exxon scientist Henry Shaw summarizes a government meeting he attended, on the "global environmental effects of carbon dioxide."
This document describes the state of the science on the greenhouse effect was widely circulated among Exxon management.