From British daily The Guardian:
Shell will no longer invest in renewable technologies such as wind, solar and hydro power because they are not economic, the Anglo-Dutch oil company said today. It plans to invest more in biofuels which environmental groups blame for driving up food prices and deforestation.
See also here.
BP axes 620 jobs from solar business: here.
BP faces two civil cases over Alaskan oil spills: here.
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