Big oil companies face backlash on both sides of the Atlantic

05.27.2021 - By FT News Briefing

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Tesla is set to pay for chips in advance to overcome the global chip shortage, and Amazon locks in its $8.45bn acquisition of MGM. Plus, the FT’s US energy editor, Derek Brower, explains what a court case against Royal Dutch Shell and a historic proxy vote at ExxonMobil means for the oil industry and the environment.  

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