Shell’s methods 
use less water 
to get oil shale

GOLDEN — It could require less than half a barrel of water to buoy up a barrel of oil from the high desert of the west, Shell Oil Co. said. One barrel of oil could be produced from oil…


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Kind of a moot point now that the greenies have driven Shell out of Colorado.

Are you calling Royal Dutch Shell liars?  Because company reps said it was a market decision. As did Chevron about a similar decision it made.  Certainly other circumstances bear it out, Shell is repositioning its assets all over the world, dumping shale holdings in the Eagle Ford for instance, and shale prospects in Routt County (on private land).  Other than the same old tired conjecture and ravings, what can you pony up to support your claim MTodd?

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