News bites: Shell taps new CEO

Royal Dutch Shell said Ben van Beurden, who runs the oil giant's refining operations, will replace retiring chief executive Peter Voser, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Reuters takes a look at what caused a train carrying crude oil from Canada to the United States to crash in Quebec, killing 13 people and igniting fears about moving oil by rail.

Mother Jones discusses why President Obama is going all in on climate change instead of "green jobs" rhetoric.

The American Petroleum Institute is launching a new advertising campaign aimed at generating support for building the Keystone XL oil sands pipeline. The Houston Chronicle has a preview here.

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