In 1863, with partners Maurice Clark and Samuel Adams, John Davidson Rockefeller sr. 1839-1937. Formed the Standard Oil Company. In 1865, Rockefeller brought out Clark and later brought in Henry Flagler. By 1870 their firm was running the largest oil refinery in Cleveland and it became incorporated as the Standard Oil Company and by 1880 controlled the refining of 90-95% of all oil produced in the United States. In 1899 the Standard Oil Company was incorporated in New Jersey as a holding company. On May 15th, 1911, Standard Oil was found to be in violation of the Sherman Anti Trust Act of 1890. The U.S. Supreme Court ordered in a twenty thousand word decision that Standard Oil Company (New Jersey) divest itself into 38 separate companies. The court said that Standard Oil wanted to establish a monopoly in order “to drive others from the field and exclude them from their right to trade, and that seven men and a corporate machine have conspired against their fellow citizens. For the safety of the Republic, we now decree that this dangerous conspiracy must be ended.” Rockefeller owned 25% of Standard Oil New Jersey, which meant he now owned 25% of all Standard Oil subsidiaries. In 1911, after the break-up eight companies retained Standard Oil in their name. In 1931, through another merger Standard Oil of (New York) became Mobil Oil. In 1939, Standard Oil of (Indiana) absorbed Standard Oil of (Nebraska) and Standard Oil of (Kansas) in 1948 and became Amoco Corporation. In 1961, Standard Oil of (California) acquired Standard Oil of (Kentucky) and became Chevron in 1984. In 1972, Standard Oil of New Jersey changed its name to Exxon, which is one of the largest corporations in the world controlling 321 other companies. Standard Oil (Ohio) became British Petroleum in 1987. Exxon controls Venezuela’s Creole Oil, Scony Oil or Mobil, Continental Oil (Conoco), Atlantic Richfield (Arco), Gulf Oil, Phillips 66, Texaco Oil, Marathon Oil and Humble Oil. Exxon is known as Esso outside the United States and was derived from Standard Oil (SO) ESSO. The 799 mile Alaskan pipeline is owned by British Petroleum and Exxon. The 753 mile Trans Arabian pipeline from Qaisuma in Saudi Arabia to the Mediterranean Sea is owned by Exxon, Chevron, Texaco and Mobil. The 143 mile pipeline in Venezuela and the 100 mile Interprovincal pipeline in Canada are both owned by Exxon. These pipelines as well as other vital arteries control 90% of all crude exports to world markets. By controlling these pipelines they can restrict the flow of oil, limiting supplies to refineries and increasing costs to consumers at will. In 1984, Chevron brought and merged with Gulf Oil and then in 2001, merged with Texaco to become Chevron-Texaco. The second largest oil company in the United States. In 1998, Exxon merged with Mobil to become Exxon- Mobil the largest oil company in the United States and also the largest company on the planet. In 1987, British Petroleum purchased the remaining 45% of Soho Oil (Standard Oil of Ohio) then in 1998, merged with Amoco (Standard Oil
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of Indiana) and in 2000 merged with Arco (Atlantic Richfield). In 2001, Conoco (Continental Oil) and Phillips Petroleum merged to make Conoco-Phillips the third largest oil company in the United States. Who controls the world’s oil? It was the cartel known as the “Seven Sisters” now it’s back to about Four Sisters, all controlled by the same people.
The theory that oil is not solely of organic origin, but that there may be another origin as well, from deep within the earth’s crust, involving magma.
In 1970, the Russians started drilling the KOLA SG3, an exploration well which reached the world record depth of 40,230 ft. Russian oil company, Yukos has drilled more than 310 successful super-deep oil wells and put them into production. It would be a fairly safe bet to say that there has never been forests more than forty thousand feet below the earth’s surface. NASA scientists are about to publish conclusive studies showing evidence of abundant methane of a non-biological nature that was found on Saturn’s giant moon Titan that validates the findings that oil is not a fossil fuel. (World Net Daily) 1/12/2005.
In their book “Black Gold Stranglehold” Jerome Corsi R.PHD. and Mr. Craig R. Smith expose the fraudulent science that has made the world vulnerable in the belief that oil is a fossil fuel and that it is a finite resource. The book reveals the conclusions reached by Dr. Thomas Gold, a professor at Cornwell University in his seminal book “The Deep Hot Biosphere”, The myth of fossil fuels; accepted by many in the scientific community that oil is not the product of fossil and pre-historic forests but rather the bio product of a continuing bio-chemical reaction below the earth’s surface that is brought to obtainable depths by the centrifugal forces of the earth’s rotation.
This information was obtained through Google search. Abiotic Oil-Reserves replenished by process in earth’s mantle.

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