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Shell News Archive Sunday 20 November, 2005

From our Shell News Archive Sunday 20 November, 2005

Al-Bawaba (Jordan): Shell to start seismic operations in Libya: Sunday 20 November 2005: READ

AME Info (United Arab Emirates): Shell introduces innovative technology for water life cycle management in oil fields: Sunday 20 November 2005: READ
 
BLOOMBERG: Putin to Seek Kurils Solution Through Economic Ties: In Sakhalin, Japanese companies are investing in at least two of five oil and gas projects that may spend $50 billion to supply Northeast Asia and the U.S. Exxon Mobil Corp., BP Plc and Royal Dutch Shell Plc, the biggest publicly traded oil companies, lead three of the ventures. Sunday 20 November 2005: READ
 
The Sunday Telegraph: Cairn’s desert storm: The oil minnow bought the rights to drill in the Rajasthan wilderness from Shell for a paltry £4m. Its hunch paid off spectacularly and Cairn is now a FTSE100 company.: “Since that time, its market capitalisation has more than quadrupled to over £3bn today.”: “At an oil price of around $50 per barrel, that production will translate into $2bn worth of net cashflow for Cairn.” Sunday 20 November 2005: READ
 
Houston Chronicle: KATRINA’S AFTERMATH: Surgery for an unwieldy patient: Shell tries to get a huge platform producing again in the Gulf: “If it does not go well, Shell’s recovery from what many have called the Gulf of Mexico’s worst hurricane season on record will take longer and become more costly.”: Posted Sunday 20 November 2005: READ
 
The Sunday Telegraph: Shell ‘university’ planned for India: “Jeroen van der Veer, the chief executive, has made recruitment and staff training a priority after the reserves scandal last year during which it was forced to write down its oil and gas reserves.”: Sunday 20 November 2005: READ
 
Vive Le Canada: Alcan, Bombardier, Shell Canada, Falconbridge call for 50-year action plan on climate change!: Posted Sunday 20 November 2005: READ
 
The Independent (UK): LETTER: Historic opportunity to boost trade and the fortunes of Africa: “Sir: We represent a coalition of 70 businesses and business organisations from Africa and across the world, committed to supporting growth and poverty reduction in Africa.”: “KOOSUM KALYAN, SENIOR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT ADVISOR, SHELL UK”: Posted Sunday November 20, 2005: READ

The Observer: A growing force in our economy: Sunday 20 November 2005: READ
 

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