Why We Hate the Oil Companies : Straight Talk from an Energy Insider (Hardcover) - Hofmeister, John

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As president of Shell Oil, John Hofmeister was known for being a straight shooter, willing to challenge his peers throughout the industry. Now, he''s a man on a mission, the founder of Citizens for Affordable Energy, crisscrossing the country in a grassroots campaign to change the way we look at energy in this country. While pundits proffer false new promises of green energy independence, or flatly deny the existence of a problem, Hofmeister offers an insider''s view of what''s behind the energy companies'' posturing, and how politicians use energy misinformation, disinformation, and lack of information to get and stay elected. He tackles the energy controversy head-on, without regard for political correctness. He also provides a new framework for solving difficult problems, identifying solutions that will lead to a future of comfortable lifestyles, affordable and clean energy, environmental protection, and sustained economic competitiveness.

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Publisher St Martins Pr
Mfg Part# 9780230102088
SKU 213443333
Format Hardcover
ISBN10 0230102085
Release Date 5/25/2010
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Book Format Hardcover
Number of Pages 0249
Publisher Palgrave MacMillan
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