Sources said Essar submitted bids for Royal Dutch Shell’s Stanlow.
Posts on ‘September 8th, 2009’
VIENNA (Dow Jones)-A multibillion dollar deal between Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDSA) and the Iraqi government to jointly develop domestic gas infrastructure in Iraq’s south could be delayed until after the country’s elections in January, a senior Iraqi oil official said Tuesday.
SHELL EP Ireland was last week found in contempt of a District Court order granted at Belmullet District Court in November 2007.
Daily Mail & This is Money 8 September 2009, 10:04am Royal Dutch Shell managers are beginning the grim task of telling staff where job cuts will fall as new chief executive Peter Voser wields the axe. A report on company protest site royaldutchshellplc.com said about 15% of jobs in the exploration and production unit will [...]
By John Donovan The email (below) that I sent a few minutes ago to Michiel Brandjes, Company Secretary and General Counsel Corporate, Royal Dutch Shell Plc – provides the latest insider news on the pending Shell EP job cuts announcement. EMAIL TO MICHIEL BRANDJES, COMPANY SECRETARY, ROYAL DUTCH SHELL PLC From: John Donovan <email@example.com> Date: [...]
Financial Times By Gideon Rachman Published: September 8 2009 03:00 | Last updated: September 8 2009 03:00 EXTRACTS “Follow the money” is the advice routinely offered to detectives in low-budget thrillers. For anyone attempting to understand the ebbs and flows of international politics, I offer a variant of that old line: “Follow the oil”. Britain’s [...]
When Tony Blair went to Libya in March 2004, it provided a huge international boost for Gadaffi and British businesses. During the trip it was announced that Shell had won a deal worth £550m for gas exploration rights off the Libyan coast.
Sept. 8 (Bloomberg) — Showa Shell Sekiyu K.K., a Japanese refiner, is considering selling shares in a solar-panel unit to fund an expansion of its renewable energy business and cut reliance on fuel sales. The stock rose.
Royal Dutch Shell Plcs Nigerian unit said protesters besieged its Olomoro pumping station in the southern Niger River delta to press demands for a greater share in the regions oil wealth for local communities. Demonstrations that started last week continued yesterday, said Tony Okonedo, a company spokesman. The protests concern issues that are already receiving attention from Shell, he said, adding that were in dialogue with the community. The action hasnt disrupted oil production because the Olomoro station has been shut since June due to the general security situation in the region, Okonedo said.
Sept. 7 (Bloomberg) — Showa Shell Sekiyu K.K., a Japanese refiner and solar-equipment maker, plans to build a 100 billion- yen ($1.1 billion) photovoltaic-panel factory to expand solar capacity about 10-fold and offset waning demand for oil products.