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Not the river in Egypt

31 January 2020 By Lauren Silva Laughlin

The $274 bln oil giant needed an asset sale to avoid a dismal quarter. Playing catch-up in the Permian is costing it dearly. Boasting about its Guyana project raises questions. And its stock is the worst performer among its fossil-fuel peers. CEO Darren Woods is living in denial.

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