Translation of oil baron in Spanish:

oil baron

magnate del petróleo, n.


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    magnate del petróleo masculine
    • I'm also hilarious and the son of an oil baron, so none of my supermodel girlfriends have ever broken up with me.
    • During his re-election campaign, he will not pull the plug on millions from the oil barons.
    • Firstly it would free us from the oil barons who are holding us to ransom.
    • When he was younger and dreamed about what he would do if he wasn't The Prince, the notion of oil baron never came to mind.
    • In the name of spurring an economic recovery, we could lose the wildlife preserve to the oil barons.
    • Is it just me, or is the ideal of a national cinema bankrolled by oil barons somewhat dubious?
    • Europe's oil barons are earning bigger salaries than their US counterparts for the first time in generations, thanks to big pay rises and the exchange rate.
    • The Earth Lodge, with private butlers, private plunge pools, a health spa and a 6,000-bottle wine cellar, is the natural habitat of magnates, oil barons and celebrities.
    • He plays Jett Rink, the rebellious ranch-hand who improbably strikes oil on his patch of land, much to the fury of the oil baron.
    • Texas oil barons, industrial tycoons and Arab sheiks all made their fortunes on the back of the world's power resources.
    • With the oil baron already behind bars and facing serious charges, a government takeover of his company may not be necessary.
    • In 1921, the Oklahoma oil barons and businessmen needing more land for warehouses and factories were eyeing Greenwood's downtown location - and they didn't want to share it.
    • In fact, many would-be local oil barons left the area or returned to their farms.
    • Even in the USA, heavily influenced as it is by the oil barons, there are voices now speaking out about the damage our way of life is causing.
    • The billionaire oil baron began to fund opposition parties and publicly hinted that he wanted to be president himself.
    • His clout in the northeast makes him Scotland's top oil baron, but he thinks globally, employing more than 10,000 people in 30 countries.
    • We have an oil baron for a president, and regular gas is $2.60 a gallon.
    • They evoke a retro world of confident white CEOs in suits, oil barons, and the military industrial complex.
    • We are all fed up with being continuously fleeced by both the Government and the oil barons.
    • Many settled near Tulsa to take advantage of the oil boom, serving the oil barons as hired help - drivers, gardeners and maids.