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January, 2005:

JANUARY 2005 ROYAL DUTCH SHELL NEWS HEADLINES

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Shell News Archive Monday, 3 January 2005

ameinfo.com (United Arab Emirates): Shell, government representatives and NGOS map out potential social responsibility partnerships for 2005: In an unprecedented move, representatives of UAE governments, major NGOs and energy giant Shell have agreed to work towards ways of creating tripartite partnerships in sustainable development initiatives. (ShellNews.net) Posted 3 Jan 05

Asia Pulse: IRAN’S ASSALOUYEH TO BOOST PETROCHEMICAL SECTOR: “Talks are underway with the giant international oil company Royal/Dutch Shell over a one-billion-dollar petrochemical project.” (ShellNews.net) 3 Jan 05

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Shell News Archive Sunday, 2 January 2005

Shell News Archive Sunday, 2 January 2005

THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH (UK): Oil giants resume Libyan adventure: “Doing business in Libya is like ‘kissing a porcupine’: “It is expected to face fierce competition from rivals. Royal Dutch/Shell, which signed a landmark agreement with Libya in March, is one. The Anglo-Dutch oil major desperately needs to boost its oil and gas reserves after its shock admission last year that it had overbooked its proven reserves by more than 25 per cent.” (ShellNews.net) 2 Jan 05

THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH (UK): Breaking views: Equity investors must search for solid dividends in 2005: “A number of large companies fell out of favour with investors in 2004 as a result of management failures, including Marks & Spencer, Shell and Unilever, and now trade at discounts to their peers.” (ShellNews.net) 2 Jan 05

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Shell News Archive Saturday, 1 January 2005

Shell News Archive Saturday, 1 January 2005

The Guardian (UK): Letters: Humanity wins out: “It’s a wonderful testament to the human spirit to see the millions that the public are donating. It’s also good to see that governments are doing their bit. But how much are corporations donating? Companies such as Shell, Microsoft, General Motors and Wal-Mart are richer than many nations and much of their profits are made by the cheap labour of the people in the affected countries.” (ShellNews.net) 1 Jan 05

THE LONDON TIMES: City Diary: Friends reunited: “LORD OXBURGH, the newish chairman of Shell, is giving the fourth Greenpeace business lecture later this month, speaking about the giant oil companies and climate change. You might think his position a difficult one. Do you tell your customers to use less of the stuff?” (ShellNews.net) 1 Jan 05

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