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November 1, 2014

Like Prices, Oil Money for Lobbying Has Its Ups and Downs

Companies and associations in oil-related industries have seen this year’s first-quarter funds for lobbying go up and down from those of the last quarter of 2012. Here are the top oil-related firms and associations and the total they reported spending on lobbying for all their issues, compared to their spending in the last quarter of 2012.

Exxon Mobil Corporation $4,840,000 — up from $3,100,000
Chevron USA Inc. $3,660,000 — up from $2,470,000
Koch Companies Public Sector LLC $2,610,000 — down from $2,750,000
Occidental Petroleum Corporation $2,053,508 — up up from $1,877,243
American Petroleum Institute $2,050,000 — up down from $2,230,000
Shell Oil Company $2,020,000 — up down from $3,420,000
BP America $1,980,000 — up from $1,730,000
ConocoPhillips $1,063,700 — up down from $1,504,736
American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers $914,667 — up down from $1,693,921
Phillips 66 $830,000 — up down from $1,110,000

Cheniere Energy Inc. $700,000 — up down from $720,000
Anadarko Petroleum Corporation $660,000 — up same as previous quarter
Marathon Oil Corporation $610,000 — up up from $480,000
Chesapeake Energy Company $440,000 — up down from $500,000
Independent Petroleum Association $316,116 — up up from $308,668

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