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Washington (Platts)–11Oct2006: BP faces fresh scrutiny on Alaska spill with 2001 order

BP Wednesday was facing more questions about its safety program in Alaska after a Congressional panel demanded to know why the oil major failed to disclose that it had received an order from the state of Alaska in 2001 requiring the company to inspect its Prudhoe Bay pipelines. Those pipelines leaked earlier this year, forcing […]

UPI: Outside View: Putin’s difficult visit

By BORIS KAIMAKOV UPI Outside View Commentator MOSCOW, Oct. 11 (UPI) — Early October turned out to be a trying time for Russian President Vladimir Putin. The murder of investigative journalist and his staunch critic Anna Politkovskaya, who was gunned down in her apartment block in Moscow last Saturday, provoked a whirlwind of negative emotions […]

U.S. Newswire: Shell Oil President John Hofmeister to Address National Press Club

10/11/2006 12:42:00 PM To: Assignment Desk, Daybook Editor Contact: Melinda T. Cooke of the National Press Club, 202-887-7516, [email protected] News Advisory: John Hofmeister, president of Shell Oil Company, will address the National Press Club on Monday, Oct. 23. He is expected to discuss strategies for meeting the nation’s energy needs in an era of increasing […]

Fox News: Most Hostages in Nigerian Oil Raid Freed

(Oct. 7: A woman lays clothes out to dry on an oil pipeline running through the Okrika neighborhood of Port Harcourt in Nigeria.) Wednesday, October 11, 2006   LAGOS, Nigeria — Most of the dozens of troops and oil workers taken hostage in a raid on a navy base and neighboring oil facility in southern […]

IrelandOnline: Gardaí worried about arresting gas refinery protesters, claim campaigners

11/10/2006 – 16:28:01  Protesters who stormed the Irish headquarters of oil giant Shell today questioned why gardaí won’t arrest them. Demonstrators opposed to the construction of an onshore Corrib gas refinery at Bellanaboy, Co Mayo, occupied the company’s Dublin offices at lunchtime. Seven people from the Shell to Sea campaign got into the lobby of […]

Dublin Evening Echo News: Pipeline protestors occupy Shell headquarters in Dublin

11/10/2006 – 1:02:24 PM A group of protestors opposed to the Corrib gas pipeline in Co Mayo are occupying the headquarters of Shell Ireland in Dublin today. The demonstrators are members of the Shell to Sea group which has been leading the campaign against the controversial pipeline. Some of them have occupied the lobby of […]

Indymedia: Shell petrol pumps shut down in Leeds in solidarity with County Mayo, Ireland

Protesters shut down Shell Leeds IMC | 11.10.2006 13:19 Struggles | Leeds Bradford A Shell petrol station on Kirkstall Rd in Leeds was shut down this morning between 8am and 10am by local people in solidarity with people in in County Mayo, Ireland, who are currently fighting to stop Shell’s disastrous and potentially deadly gas […]

The Wall Street Journal: Oil News Roundup: October 10, 2006 8:50 p.m.

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL ONLINE October 10, 2006 8:50 p.m. Oil prices fell to an eight-month low today, as traders continued to look for clarity from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries on whether it plans to cut production, after several days of mixed messages from officials. Here is Tuesday’s roundup of oil and […]

New York Times: Oil Below $59; Focus on OPEC Debate, US Stockbuild

By REUTERS Published: October 11, 2006 Filed at 2:20 a.m. ET SINGAPORE ( Reuters) – Oil held below $59 a barrel on Wednesday, hovering near its lowest level in eight months as traders anticipated a build in U.S. crude stocks and grew impatient with OPEC’s haggling on the details of an output cut. U.S. crude […]

The Times: Why Gazprom has spurned its foreign lovers (*first rate analysis )

October 11, 2006 European Briefing by Carl Mortishead   I WANT to be alone, said the boss of Gazprom. Alexei Miller, the Gazprom chairman, is no Greta Garbo, but his declaration that the Shtokman gasfield would be developed solo has deeply disappointed at least five international suitors. The admirers were rich and good looking — […]

Daily Telegraph: Gazprom spurns West: Gazprom may be forced into rethink

(Filed: 10/10/2006) Gazprom, Russia’s state-run gas company, will develop the $20bn (£11bn) Shtokman field itself, spurning offers from five Western producers to exploit the country’s biggest untapped natural-gas deposit. Gazprom doesn’t need “international participation,” chief executive Alexei Miller said. Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Norsk Hydro, Statoil and Total had bid to help develop Shtokman’s 3,700bn cubic meters […]

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