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"Exxon CEO Joins Suit Citing Fracking Concerns"

This is too much:

One evening last November, a tall, white-haired man turned up at a Town Council meeting to protest construction of a water tower near his home in this wealthy community outside Dallas.

The man was Rex Tillerson, chairman and chief executive of Exxon Mobil Corp. XOM -0.21%

He and his neighbors had filed suit to block the tower, saying it is illegal and would create "a noise nuisance and traffic hazards," in part because it would provide water for use in hydraulic fracturing. Fracking, which requires heavy trucks to haul and pump massive amounts of water, unlocks oil and gas from dense rock and has helped touch off a surge in U.S. energy output.

Gee, Mr. Tillerson must lead a mighty privileged life!

Why shouldn't his house be ruined like everyone else's?

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Submitted by jo6pac on

indeed. WTF was the contractor thinking with the absolute life threatening ruining of the .1% life style. I would find it hard to believe that that this evil contractor will be even allowed to stay in in business. Then again if the said contractor says they will go away and only attack those that have no voice. Party down to big to kill oil