Shell: Greenhouse gases policy needed
Hofmeister says debate is over, policy makers needed to address science of global climate change by keeping fuel prices high
Associated Press Writer
Touting the importance of a “culture of conservation” and investment in alternative fuels, John Hofmeister sounded less the leader of the world’s third-largest oil company as much as a speaker at an Earth Day celebration.
The Shell Oil Co. president, addressing a group in St. Louis Sept. 7, said as....
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