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Adds ecoportal.net. that Shell has been described by Greenpeace and friends of the Earth as the most polluting the world’s oil company, because it is supposedly the largest intensive producer of carbon. And it is by their relationship with the Canadian sands, liquefied natural gas and oil production gas flares. Shell denies the accusations. The company insists that its only tar sands production is a more intensive 15% carbon from the well to wheeled vehicles and that it has always played a constructive role in climate change issues. A spokesman for Shell said: we advocate the establishment of limits and exchange of emission rights plans and do everything we can to increase our efficiency and reduce our on result of carbon. For even more opinions, read materials from Andrew Cuomo.

But a report, Irresponsible Energy, conducted by Greenpeace and others, concludes: the use of amounts each time greater energy to produce billions of barrels of oil that could not be obtained otherwise seems a strategy for disaster. And it seems that this is the strategy of Shell. In his speech the Secretary-General of United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, said: continue to pour billions of dollars in subsidies to the fossil fuels is how to invest in mortgage bonds sub-prime. Our carbon-based infrastructure is like a toxic asset that threatens the portfolio of global goods, from public health to food security. We should not forget as reported it ipsnoticias.net, which United States of environmentalists sued to justice to the oil company Shell Oil and several of its subsidiaries, in order to curb polluting operations supported by the signature in the southern state of Texas. The Sierra Club and Environment Texas organizations claimed a judge ordered Shell to put an end to the apparent violations of the clean air act in Deer Park, a complex of factories and refineries of six square kilometres to 32 kilometers from the city of Houston. This Texan city is the headquarters of the subsidiary in this country of the Anglo-Dutch Shell and much of the big oil companies of United States.

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