Industry invaders is the title of a recent article published by Next Big Frontier.
It is an excerpt from a book titled, “Industry Invasion: Inside the Invasion of the Oil Industry.”
The book provides insight into how oil and gas companies have conquered the globe.
The title is taken from a real-life scenario in which the oil and chemical industries took over a large city, controlling the city government, controlling city institutions and using them to their advantage.
In the story, the oil companies had a monopoly on a particular energy industry.
The story is based on real-world events.
In this case, oil and chemicals were a monopoly of the oil company.
The oil company took over and turned the city into a gas station, and this is what led to the creation of industrial light fixtures.
The industrial light fixture was invented by a Texas company, American Light and was developed with the help of the American Petroleum Institute (API).
The American Petroleum Council (API) was one of the main supporters of the gas industry.
API president and CEO Rex Tillerson once said, “America’s gas industry is not only our industry, it is our future.”
The American Petroleum Chamber of Commerce (API), which is funded by the oil, gas and chemical industry, is the main lobbying group for oil companies.
API lobbies on behalf of the energy industry, including the energy-related industries like coal, natural gas, nuclear power, wind, biofuels, and natural gas pipelines.API is a non-profit organization that is the lobbying arm of the petroleum industry.
According to API’s lobbying disclosure statement, API is a trade association of the leading oil, natural oil, coal, oil shale and tar sands producers, natural-gas producers, and oil refiners.
API was founded in 1947.
Its members are the top oil and natural-oil, natural Gas and tar sand producers, the top natural- gas producers, major oil refineries, major pipeline operators, oil producers, refiners, and the petroleum and gas industries.API has more than 2,500 employees in Washington, D.C., representing more than 3,500 businesses and government agencies.API’s lobbyists are not the only ones in Washington.
API’s members include Chevron, Exxon Mobil, Exxon and Shell, BP, BP-Texaco, Exxon Energy, ExxonMobil, Chevron, Chevron-Texacos parent company, Exxon-Mobil subsidiary ExxonMobil and Exxon-Texas parent company ExxonMobil International.
API is the most influential lobbying group of the largest oil companies in the world.
The lobbying activity of the API is far reaching and has been described as “unprecedented.”
API is also the largest private lobbying organization in the United States.
According the Center for Responsive Politics, API has spent more than $3.4 billion on lobbying since 2000.
The API has also had a large impact on the federal government.
According a recent study, API spent more money than any other lobbying group in the country.API lobbies to prevent federal regulation and regulation that would harm the oil industries, particularly regulations that would limit the development of alternative energy sources.
API has been critical of a wide range of environmental regulations.
API, for example, has opposed the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) regulations that require companies to disclose the chemicals used in the oil extraction process.
API also has opposed federal regulations that limit the ability of large corporations to spend money in politics, such as the cap and trade program that limits carbon emissions.
API and its allies in Congress are also critical of regulations that have prevented oil companies from engaging in activities like fracking, an activity that is a threat to the environment.
API supports a wide variety of other policies that limit corporate power and control, including a federal minimum wage and the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA), which would guarantee workers the right to unionize.