Correction: We Were Wrong About ExxonProfits

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How embarrassing: the DeSmogBlog has reported, at least twice, that ExxonMobil posted profits of $9.92 billion in the third quarter this year. That’s incorrect. At least, it’s old news.

The $9.92 figure was last year’s total. Third quarter profits for this year were $10.49 billion. Profit for the first nine months of 2006 totalled $29.25 billion.

The DeSmogBlog would like to apologize to ExxonMobil for any implication that the company is not creaming every last dollar out of the commercial production of greenhouse gases.

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