Big Oil Chief: Industry Should Be ‘Less Aloof’ in Climate Fray

The head of Royal Dutch Shell says, ‘The world will benefit’ if oil-and-gas companies make themselves heard as nations craft a new global emissions accord.

File Photo taken in the North Sea of the Norwegian oil drilling rig 'Statfjord B'. The price of Brent North Sea crude oil reached a record high of 68.93 dollars per barrel in trading in London 10 April 2006, amid talk of a potential military conflict between the United States and major oil exporter Iran. AFP PHOTO PRESSENS BILD
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