BP and Chevron Go Virtual and Green


What do Chevron and BP have in common, besides being leading members of Big Oil? Computer games, apparently. Yesterday, the New York Times reported on BP’s latest rebranding move—a “collaboration” with the video game company Electronic Arts. To learn more about these companies’ quests into unknown territory, read the rest of this post on Mother Jones’ environment and health blog, The Blue Marble.

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