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US: Detroit houses the 2015 Shell Eco-Marathon


The race is set to move for next year’s edition from Houston to Detroit, attracting at least 1,000 engineering and science students from universities and high schools across North and South America. The Shell Eco-marathon, which also calls for a gathering of experts, would see the teams race on downtown streets a slew of futuristic high-efficiency vehicles. The marathon and an ...
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Royal Dutch Shell on Thursday extended its $1.8 billion takeover offer for Cove Energy, leaving the way open to trump a higher bid from rival Thai group PTT Exploration and ...
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