Shell seeks change in energy policy

Francis, Robert
November 2007
Fort Worth Business Press;11/12/2007, Vol. 20 Issue 46, p15
The article focuses on the insights of John D. Hofmeister, president of Shell Oil Co., regarding energy issues that were discussed at the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth event held on November 6, 2007 at Fort Worth Club in Texas. He has conducted a 50-city tour to talk to citizens about how the nation can move forward to ensure a safe and secure energy future. He expressed his frustration that the U.S. could not move forward to rationally discuss and find answers to the difficult question of future energy needs.


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