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Chevron May Pay Big to Ecuador

Chevron Corp., the U.S.'s second largest oil company, is the alleged culprit, and the company may have to pay at least $8 billion to repair damages after a ruling yesterday. To tell us more about the long fight is the BBC's Irene Caselli.

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Robert Bryce

Author Robert Bryce talks to Faith about why it may be near impossible for America to achieve energy independence, as told in his new book, "Gusher of Lies."

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Robert Bryce

Author Robert Bryce talks to Faith about why it may be near impossible for America to achieve energy independence, as told in his new book, "Gusher of Lies."

Science, Tech & Environment

Galapagos wind

Ecuador has just inaugurated its first wind farm on San Cristobal island in the Galapagos, and it's one of the world's largest wind-diesel hybrids. Spectrum Radio's Erico Guizzo visited the San Cristobal Wind Project and has our report.

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Raising Iraqi oil

As a new law regulating its oil industry sits stalled in Parliament, Iraq's oil minister is starting talks with international oil companies. Guest: geopolitical analyst Peter Ziehan of the online magazine 'Stratfor'

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Geo answer

Today's Geo Quiz focuses on four cities -- La Paz, Bolivia -- Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania -- New Delhi, India -- and Sydney, Australia. The question is which one has the highest gasoline prices. We had reporters check them out. The answer is Dar es Salaam. A gallon of gasoline in the capital of Tanzania costs 5 dollars and 6 cents.