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John,

Some more links to a variety of information that may be of interest to your readers:

Shell Fails To Get Its Arctic Oil Spill Barge Certified By The Coast Guard

Shell Oil | ThinkProgress

Who is getting bought off by big oil?

[PDF] DEEP DRILLING, DEEP POCKETS IN CONGRESS

This article is somewhat different.

Renewable advocates battle oil industry over energy … – USA Today

Some links relating to Syria and mid-east oil politics. I was involved in the early development of many of the Syrian oil fields in the mid-1980’s and 1990’s. Some of these articles will give your readers an idea of what Shell has meant to Syria over the last 30 years. Shell’s activities have been critical for the Assad regime.

‘ Iran, Russia, China, Syria plan ‘ largest’ war game’ – JPost

U.S., Middle East Forces Wage Huge War Game | Defense News …

Operation Orchard – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

History – Al Furat Petroleum Company

It appears that Shell is gone from Syria for good now,

Why Royal Dutch Shell oil is pulling out of Syria – CSMonitor.com


Syrian Minister Doesn’t See Return of Units of Shell, Total, INA …

But this would have never happened without the threat of sanctions against Shell for continuing to do business with the Assad regime.  Without the oil money Syria could never have tried to build a nuclear reactor, which would clearly have led to Syria gaining nuclear weapons.

Syria nuclear weapons site revealed by UN investigators | World …

A ‘lube job’ at Jiffy Lube.

I also ran across this link for Jiffy Lube. You might want to post it for the benefit of your readers.

What’s Wrong At Jiffy Lube?

Here is an interesting article on hydraulic fracturing.

Hydraulic Fracturing Likely Did Not Create Fissures, but Gas from Leaking Well Casings Could Exploit Them

Finally an article published on 3 June 2012 headlined…

N155billion scandal: How Shell connived with corrupt officials, and subverted Nigerian laws

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