The dispute ended in victory for the Russian side. Shell and its partners in Sakhalin Energy sold their controlling interest in the venture to the Russian state-owned energy company Gazprom, and are now minority shareholders.
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Shell and Codexis deepen collaboration to speed arrival of next generation biofuel Royal Dutch Shell plc and Codexis, Inc. today announced an expanded agreement to develop better enzymes that could accelerate commercialisation of next generation biofuels. Shell also increased its equity stake in Codexis and will take an additional seat on the companys board. [...]
In Ollila’s view, in order to address the pressing climate change and environmental issues, there has to be a price put on carbon emissions.
March 10, 2009: 07:12 AM ET ALMATY, Kazakhstan -(Dow Jones)- Low oil prices and the economic crisis may cut costs of development at Kazakhstan’s largest oil field Kashagan, Royal Dutch Shell PLC’s (RDSA) general manager for the Caspian region said Tuesday. “The economic situation and low oil prices should allow us to bring the cost down,” Campbell Keir [...]
Shareholders in the projects include Qatar Petroleum, ExxonMobil Corp., Total SA, Royal Dutch Shell Plc and ConocoPhillips.
March 10 (Bloomberg) — Woodside Petroleum Ltd., operator of Australias biggest liquefied natural gas project, said it remains dismayed that the countrys carbon trading plan fails to recognize the contribution of gas to cutting emissions.
Without government funding Shells carbon capture and storage project that would see nearly half of the CO2 emissions from the companys Scotford site sequestered would be difficult to justify given the state of the economy, a senior official with the company told The Record last week.
KTUU.COM ALASKA by Jason Moore Monday, March 9, 2009 ANCHORAGE, Alaska — At a time when Alaska and the nation are suffering job losses, a report released Monday detailed what could be a future boom. Shell Oil Co. had a study prepared on the economic impacts of oil development on Alaska’s outer continental shelf. While [...]
Oil prices jumped to a two-month high as the recent militant attack on a Nigerian oil pipeline sharpened supply concerns while the market weighs the prospects of another OPEC production cut.
Royal Dutch Shell PLC said Monday that a recent militant attack on a Nigerian oil pipeline had forced it to halt deliveries to many customers.
LONDON -(Dow Jones)- Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDSA) Monday said a recent militant attack on a Nigeria oil pipeline had forced it to halt deliveries to many customers, in an indication of the worsening security situation in one of Shell’s most important markets.