Oil shale test is water neutral;
 carbon spew reportedly small

Colorado School of Mines student Gabriel Rios, left, and researcher Mark Daubenspeck check out a geothermic fuel cell the school is running tests on under a contract with Independent Energy Partners. The Colorado company hopes to deploy such fuel cells underground to produce oil shale. Photo courtesy Colorado School of Mines



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Colorado School of Mines student Gabriel Rios, left, and researcher Mark Daubenspeck check out a geothermic fuel cell the school is running tests on under a contract with Independent Energy Partners. The Colorado company hopes to deploy such fuel cells underground to produce oil shale. Photo courtesy Colorado School of Mines

A Colorado company is working with the Colorado School of Mines on the next stage of testing for a novel approach to developing oil shale. Parker-based Independent Energy Partners is pursuing…




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“I know that they haven’t been doing really well at a corporate level and I think they’re just readjusting their priorities,” Forbes said.
2012 Annual Financial Statement for Shell: Total revenue: $481,700-million. Total Profit: $26,592-million (http://reports.shell.com/annual-review/2012/servicepages/downloads/files/entire_shell_review_12.pdf) What is the definition of “doing well?”

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