Current gas prices are shown at a Shell gas station in Encinitas, California October 10, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS COMMODITIES TRANSPORT)
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Oil giant Shell opened Friday a high-tech research hub in southern India that is hoping to pioneer the green energy of the future, including ways to transform farm and city waste into clean fuel.The sprawling facility in the Indian tech capital Bangalore will house 1,500 experts under one roof as Shell expands its research and development operations in Asia.Bangalore, often dubbed "India's Silicon Valley", is a global hub for Western tech companies and hosts a high concentration of IT firms and software developers.
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