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Exxon's billion-dollar plan indicates US energy dominance

First, Exxon saw its CEO join the Trump administration. Now, the company has announced comprehensive investments on US soil in step with Trump's energy policy.

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Oil giant Exxon has earmarked approximately USD 20 billion for investments in new US projects, announced CEO Darren Woods at a conference Monday, reports Wall Street Journal.

Under its new CEO, Exxon will focus more on the US, which has been met with huge enthusiasm from President Donald Trump.

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