THE WALL STREET JOURNAL NOVEMBER 30, 2009, 5:55 A.M. ET LONDON (Dow Jones)–Exclusive talks between Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDSB.LN) and India’s Essar Oil Ltd. (500134.BY) over the sale of three European refineries will continue for an unspecified period beyond Monday’s deadline, a Shell spokesman said. “Shell and Essar jointly confirm that negotiations for the […]
Posts from ‘November, 2009’
Financial Times Oil and gas chiefs win bonuses in spite of missing their targets By Carola Hoyos, Chief Energy Correspondent Published: November 30 2009 02:00 | Last updated: November 30 2009 02:00 Several oil and natural gas companies in the US and Europe boosted their chief executives’ remuneration last year, in spite of often missing […]
Peter Voser, Shell’s chief executive, has called on governments to introduce a carbon tax or a minimum price for CO² because as he told the Guardian the ETS was failing to deliver sufficient incentives to kickstart expensive technologies such as carbon capture and storage (CCS).
In an interesting observation, Macquarie’s Wood said that blocking the deal would make it hard for Australia’s federal government to push Caltex to buy ExxonMobil and Royal Dutch Shell Plc’s Australian refining assets on energy security grounds, if they should decide to sell them.
ABC NEWS Monday 30 November 2009 About 100 Shell Australia employees will lose their jobs under a company restructure. Shell employs about 3,000 people across the country and has refineries in Victoria and New South Wales. Spokesman Paul Zennaro says the job losses will not be concentrated in any specific area of the company. “We’ll […]
The refinery’s various owners have been investigating soil and groundwater contamination for decades under state and federal oversight. Serious groundwater pollution problems extend as much as 180 feet underground, and more than a mile south of the property. Some of the site’s worst pollution problems remain the responsibility of Premcor and Motiva Enterprises, the refinery’s previous owners…
ABC News Monday 30 November 2009 The oil and gas company Shell is restructuring some of its Australian business. A new role has been created to lead the local petroleum manufacturing operations, and the company will conduct a reorganisation of the business next year. It is understood staff at company headquarters in the Melbourne suburb […]
Financial Times By Ed Crooks Published: November 29 2009 19:49 | Last updated: November 29 2009 19:49 Extracts Advanced biofuels will not be in widespread use until about 2020, the chief executive of Royal Dutch Shell has said, puncturing hopes that they could be on the verge of a commercial breakthrough. Peter Voser, who took […]
The big international companies such as BP and ExxonMobil are struggling to find enough new oil to replace their exploited reserves year-on-year and Shell found itself on the end of a major fine for exaggerating its reserves report to the Securities & Exchange Commission in the US.
By Vivienne Walt Monday, Dec. 07, 2009 Walking the line: Iraqi police patrol a vulnerable oil pipeline feeding a southern refinery Nabil al-Jurani / AP In the spring of 2003, more than a million people marched through the streets of cities across Europe and the U.S. to rail against U.S. plans to invade Iraq and […]
From: John Donovan <[email protected]> Date: 28 November 2009 10:16:41 GMT To: [email protected] Subject: Re: Data Protection Act 1998 – SAR Dear Mr White. Thank you for your email dated 27 November. I note that you ignored my question about what, in Shell’s view, constitutes a “reasonable interval” between SAR applications from the same applicant. A […]