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Price Gouging Payout: Exxon, Marathon & Phillips 66 Posts $82.5B in Profits After Record High Gas Prices, Vows to Give $54B to Wealthy Shareholders

WASHINGTON, DC – January 31, 2023 ( Newswire) Today, Big Oil giants Exxon, Marathon Petroleum, and Phillips 66 formally announced their profits from the fourth quarter of last year, racking up $18.3 billion in the final quarter, bringing in over $82.5 billion in profit last year. This marks a 148% increase in profit margins compared to 2021. While Big Oil profited massively in 2022, American consumers were overburdened with historically high gas prices at the pump.

As three of the countries’ largest oil companies enjoyed historically high-profit margins last year, their fourth-quarter earnings call revealed that they had spent $46.6 Billion in 2022 on stock buybacks and dividends, further enriching their wealthy shareholders.

“Over the course of the last year, Big Oil companies like Exxon waged an all out war on American consumers, ruthlessly squeezing historic profits out of working and middle-class people.,” said Jordan Schreiber, Director of Energy and Environment at Accountable.US. “As more evidence of the industry’s out-of-control profiteering comes to light, we expect the new MAGA majority on the House Energy and Commerce Committee to use today’s hearing to advance the interests of wealthy industry executives and leave their constituents behind.”

Accountable.US is a nonpartisan watchdog group that exposes corruption across all levels of government

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