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Golden rules of fracking

  A major study by the DOE found no evidence that chemicals from the fracking process contaminated drinking water. John Hofmeister, former President of Shell Oil, discusses whether this will convince the doubters.

Greenpeace women arrested after scaling London's Shard

LONDON (Reuters) - Six female Greenpeace activists were arrested on Thursday after climbing London's Shard, the tallest building in Western Europe, in protest over plans by oil producer Royal Dutch Shell to carry out drilling in the Arctic circle. Full story

Shell to spend $115 million on pollution control

Shell Oil has agreed to spend at least $115 million to cut harmful pollution at a Houston-area refinery. Full story

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  Inconsistencies found in Shell story of grounded oil rig

Rachel Maddow reports on increased scrutiny by Congressman Ed Markey finding holes adubious claims in Shell Oil's story about how their drilling rig became grounded on Alaska's coast.

  Drill to Boost Economy?

John Hofmeister, former president & CEO of U.S. Operations at Shell Oil, explains whether more natural gas exports will help the U.S. economy.

  Gas prices down 20 cents from two weeks ago

With miles of cars lined up for fuel after superstorm Sandy, it may come as a surprise that gas prices are actually down. John Hofmeister, former CEO of Shell Oil and founder of Citizens for Affordable Energy explains why.

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Ben van Beurden, who has been nominated new chief executive officer of Royal Dutch Shell, is seen in this December 12, 2012 handout photo. REUTERS/Reinier Gerritsen/Royal Dutch Shell plc/Handout via Reuters

File photograph shows the shore of the Atlantic ocean at Orobiri village, days after Royal Dutch Shell's Bonga off-shore oil spill, in Nigeria's delta state
File photograph shows the shore of the Atlantic ocean at Orobiri village, days after Royal Dutch Shell's Bonga off-shore oil spill, in Nigeria's delta state

A view of the shore of the Atlantic ocean at Orobiri village, days after Royal Dutch Shell's Bonga off-shore oil spill, in Nigeria's delta state is seen in this December 31, 2011 file photograph. A decade ago, Royal Dutch/Shell's boss was fighting to close the gap between the truth about his company