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Shell News Archive Friday 16 December 2005

Shell News Archive Friday 16 December 2005

Friends of the Earth: Shell accused of contempt of court over continued illegal gas flaring: “The ruling recognizes that gas flaring is a serious human rights violation”; Friday December 16, 2005: READ
 
Green Consumer Guide: Rare whales face oil project threat: “It is a scandal that UK taxpayers’ money is being earmarked for a scheme that will lead to a massive increase in climate changing gases and which could push the Western Gray Whale into extinction. The EBRD should completely review its funding policies. Public money should be spent on projects that will protect the environment – not ones that destroy it.”: Friday 16 December 2005: READ
 
World Wildlife Fund: Too little too late for Shell’s Sakhalin project: Posted Friday 16 December 2005: READ
 
Daily Telegraph: Face of the day: “Van der Veer, the chief executive of Royal Dutch Petroleum, faces an egm in Amsterdam today where he hopes to clinch the £130billion merger of Royal Dutch Petroleum with Shell Transport and Trading.”: Friday 16 December 2005: READ
Business News Americas: Shell to maintain Urdaneta production at 50kb/d under new JV – Venezuela: “Shell sees a smooth transition from its status as operator to one of minority partner…”: Friday December 16, 2005: READ
 
New Zealand Herald: Court dismisses Todd challenge over Pohokura: “Todd and Shell are currently joint operators of the field through a 50:50 venture, Shell Todd Oil Services (STOS) — a partnership dating back to 1955.”: Posted Friday 16 December 2005: READ
 
Financial Times: Oil majors to accept Venezuela’s new terms: “Rafael Ramirez, Venezuela’s energy minister, said in an interview with the FT that companies, including the Anglo-Dutch Royal Dutch Shell, BP of the UK, France’s Total, and ExxonMobil and Chevron of the US, had agreed to give Pdvsa, Venezuela’s state-owned oil company, majority ownership of their concessions and sign new contracts that will subject them to higher taxes.”: Posted Friday 16 December 2005: READ

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