So, all this time folks have been bashing British Petroleum when we should have been bashing ourselves. Not because of the consumption issues and
'green earth' politics, but because Rockefeller owns BP. We remember his early ventures with Standard Oil (the company that provided Germany the gas
it needed to bomb everyone). Here's a not-very-detailed ddescription of the Standard Oil umbrella.
Standard Oil Line (Rockefeller)
Imperial Oil (Canada)
Amoco - Owned by BP but was originally a Standard Oil subsidiary.
Arco (Atlantic Richfield with a subsidiary APTI -ARCO Power Technoligies Inc -that built HAARP, and was acquired by British Aerospace in 2003)
Standard Oil along with the 4 companies shown as an asterisk (*), were the 5 American companies that held 40% of control in BP
quoted below from www.morphcity.com...
In 1954 the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company changed its name to British Petroleum and became an international consortium that shared profits with Iran at a
50-50 split. The company was 40% owned by Iran, 40% owned by 5 American companies and 20% owned by Royal Dutch Shell and the French Petroleum Company.
No Iranians were allowed on the Board of Directors or to audit the company. The 5 American companies include Exxon, Gulf Oil, Mobil, Standard Oil and
Texaco; all of which were controlled, merged or or owned by parent companies affiliated with the Rockefeller family over time.
In 1979 the Ayatollah Khomeini broke all contracts and gave 90% ownership to BP oil and Iran retained a 10% interest. In 1998
Peter Sutherland was the non- executive chairman of BP for 13 years, until the end of 2009 and is an example of the the type of leadership that
rules the world. His "accomplishments" include being non- executive Chairman of Goldman Sachs, director of the Bank of Scotland (until it was taken
over by the UK government to avoid bankruptcy), former Director General of GATT (now the World Trade Organization), a chairman of the Trilateral
Commission and a UN Goodwill Ambassador. Sutherland was instrumental in the UK's immigration mess, negating Ireland's ban on abortion and is
reported to be on the steering committee of the Bilderberg group.
Judging from this quote, BP basically became the proprietary owner of Iranian Oil.
And from this link www.wetfeet.com...
we discover that:
Standard Oil evolved into what is known today as the world energy giant BP
Both 2008 and 2009 have been busy years for BP. In 2008, BP signed a deal with Enbridge to pipe Oil Sands crude from Canada to the Texas Gulf Coast.
The same year, BP and Husky Energy teamed up to create an integrated North American oil sands business through two joint ventures: BP-Husky Refinery
LLC, operated by BP, and the Sunrise Oil Sands Partnership (SOSP), operated by Husky. BP also acquired 90,000 acres of natural gas assets in
Oklahoma’s Arkoma Basin Woodford Shale from Chesapeake Energy in 2008. It also purchased a stake in Chesapeake Energy’s Fayetteville Shale assets
In 2009, BP announced the discovery of a major oil field in the Gulf of Mexico. The oil field contains 3 billion barrels of oil, which will boast
production 50 percent to 600,000 barrels per day.
And from an article on BPs own website www.bp.com...
Like most companies, Amoco started small. Unlike most companies, however, it had the backing of a big name in American industry, John D. Rockefeller.
Standard Oil of Indiana, as the company was officially known for many years, took shape in 1899
And from this link islammyreligion.wordpress.com...
Standard Oil of New Jersey (SONJ) – or Esso (S.O.) – renamed Exxon, now part of ExxonMobil. Standard Trust companies Carter Oil, Imperial Oil
(Canada), and Standard of Louisiana were kept as part of Standard Oil of New Jersey after the breakup.
Standard Oil of New York – or Socony, merged with Vacuum – renamed Mobil, now part of ExxonMobil.
Standard Oil of California – or Socal – renamed Chevron, became ChevronTexaco, but returned to Chevron.
Standard Oil of Indiana – or Stanolind, renamed Amoco (American Oil Co.) – now part of BP.
Standard’s Atlantic and the independent company Richfield merged to form Atlantic Richfield or ARCO, now part of BP. Atlantic operations were spun
off and bought by Sunoco.
Standard Oil of Kentucky – or Kyso was acquired by Standard Oil of California – currently Chevron.
Continental Oil Company – or Conoco now part of ConocoPhillips.
Standard Oil of Ohio – or Sohio now part of BP.
The Ohio Oil Company – more commonly referred to as “The Ohio”, and marketed gasoline under the Marathon name. The company is now known as
Marathon Oil Company, and was often a rival with the in-state Standard spinoff, Sohio.
Other Standard Oil spin-offs:
Standard Oil of Iowa – pre-1911 – became Standard Oil of California.
Standard Oil of Minnesota – pre-1911 – bought by Standard Oil of Indiana.
Standard Oil of Illinois – pre-1911 – bought by Standard Oil of Indiana.
Standard Oil of Kansas – refining only, eventually bought by Indiana Standard.
Standard Oil of Missouri – pre-1911 – dissolved.
Standard Oil of Louisiana – always owned by Standard Oil of New Jersey (now ExxonMobil).
Standard Oil of Brazil – always owned by Standard Oil of New Jersey (now ExxonMobil).
Other companies divested in the 1911 breakup:
Anglo-American Oil Co. – acquired by Jersey Standard in 1930, now Esso UK.
Buckeye Pipeline Co.
Borne-Scrymser Co. (chemicals)
Chesebrough Manufacturing (now Unilever, manufacturer of Vaseline)
Crescent Pipeline Co.
Cumberland Pipe Line Co.
Eureka Pipe Line Co.
Galena-Signal Oil Co.
Indiana Pipe Line Co.
National Transit Co.
New York Transit Co.
Northern Pipe Line Co.
Prairie Oil & Gas.
Southern Pipe Line Co.
South Penn Oil Co. – eventually became Pennzoil, now part of Shell.
Southwest Pennsylvania Pipe Line Co.
Swan and Finch.
Union Tank Lines.
Washington Oil Co.