Wednesday, December 12, 2007

The U.S. Cold and Poor and 200 Native American Communities Receive Heating Oil Again From Venezuela

Axis of Logic, December 11, 2007

By Special Report

"In my mind, if the world had more people like you who care about poor people like us, middle class people who are struggling, this world would be fantastic," — Ruth Lisa
“We approach every major oil company and every OPEC nation each year to ask that a small slice of their record profits go to help the poor. Only one oil company – CITGO – and only one nation – Venezuela – stepped up to the plate to offer a helping hand.”

Joseph P. Kennedy, Chairman
Citizens Energy

CITGO-Venezuela Heating Oil Program Launched in Boston

BOSTON, Dec 10, 2007: -- The Chairman, President and CEO of CITGO Petroleum Corporation, Alejandro Granado, Citizens Energy Chairman Joseph P. Kennedy II and the Ambassador of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Bernardo Alvarez, announced today the beginning of the 2007-2008 CITGO-Venezuela Heating Oil Program aboard a CITGO tanker carrying fuel that will benefit thousands of Massachusetts residents this winter. This is the third consecutive year the program has operated in the city.

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