Voser says more redundancies next year? Total farce of Shell MOR SHELL SPIN ON PEARL GTL BUDGET Union warns Essar of dispute with Shell Shell jobs restructuring mess Letter from Shell to John Donovan Stanlow: Sadly Shell reveals its true colours How much longer will Shell CIO Alan Matula last? al-Yamamah corruption scandal: taboo subject [...]
Posts from ‘November, 2009’
Shell is in exclusive talks to sell the Stanlow refinery in the UK, as well as the Hamburg and Heide refineries in Germany, to Essar Oil Ltd. ”These are ongoing negotiations and I think I can say I am pleased with the progress,” Voser said. ”Let us continue to finish those discussions.” The exclusivity of the negotiations ends Nov. 30, though Voser declined to say whether a deal would be agreed by then.
Todd was apparently trying to extract evidence of collusion between Shell, which has 48% of the Pohokura field, and OMV, which has 26%, the same share as Todd.
Shell said last month that a quick recovery in energy demand and prices was unlikely and that it would cut 5,000 jobs. Even so, Chadwick said ?Australia is a growth area for us.? The headcount in Perth has more than quadrupled to about 260 people in the past four years, he said. ?Operating Prelude will have implications we need to staff up for.? Shell employs about 2,500 people in Australia, according to its Web site.
It is one thing to own the right to mine the gas, but it is a different issue to actually get it to the market and, as far as Arrow?s gas, it would seem Shell is in the ideal position to dictate terms, given it is the logical party to commercialise the project.
FT: Shell CEO on debt, gas, Iraq, mergers, and more November 26, 2009 12:01am by Ed Crooks The reorganisation ?moved very fast? in 2009, Mr Voser said. For 15,000 posts, people have had to re-apply for their jobs. About 50,000 people work in the areas affected by cuts, out of Shell?s total workforce of 102,000, [...]
BHP, the world?s largest mining company, may be interested in buying Woodside with the approval of 34 percent shareholder Royal Dutch Shell Plc, the Australian Financial Review?s Street Talk column said yesterday.
Tue Nov 24, 2009 7:35pm EST LONDON (Reuters) – Royal Dutch Shell’s (RDSa.L) (RDSa.L) chief executive is forecasting that the oil giant will not need to borrow any more money if oil remains at about $80 a barrel, the financial Times reported in its Wednesday editions. The comments from Peter Voser, are a sign of [...]
Royal Dutch Shell is hopeful that it will gain an equity stake in a giant Russian gas field that could supply all of the world?s needs for a decade. Peter Voser, Shell?s chief executive, said that talks with the Russian government about the Yamal project in the Siberian Arctic were progressing well.
Shell’s gas-to-liquid project in Qatar ? Shell’s chief executive reveals two $18bn gas projects ? Despite oil expansion, gas is key to company’s future Tim Webb guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 24 November 2009 21.06 GMT Peter Voser is reeling off Shell’s projects to develop the next generation of biofuels when he gets to its algae scheme in [...]
—–Original Message—– From: Deroche, Liz O MOTIVA-DMM/60 Sent: Tuesday, November 24, 2009 7:18 AM Subject: Norco Personnel Announcement Sent on behalf of Mark Hurley, General Manager – Norco Manufacturing Complex The following Site Leadership Team role changes will go into effect January 1, 2010 and report directly to me: Hermie Bundick has been selected as [...]
Royal Dutch Shell CEO Peter Voser says falling carbon price is stifling investment. Photograph: Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images ? Chief executive says falling carbon price stifling investment ? Call for government action to support new technology Tim Webb guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 24 November 2009 20.56 GMT Shell’s new chief executive has called on governments to intervene in [...]
FINANCIAL TIMES Shell says $80 oil will halt debt spiral Voser says more redundancies next year… (unspecified number) By Ed Crooks in London Published: November 24 2009 20:46 Royal Dutch Shell has signalled that the steep rise in its debts is coming to end, with its chief executive saying the group would not need to [...]
However, Shell also said it was delaying the launch of Qatargas 4 by as much as 10 months, from the start of 2010 until the end of the year. Mr. Voser said the timetable had been disrupted by delays at other LNG projects in Qatar involving other big oil companies, such as Exxon Mobil Corp, Total SA and ConocoPhillips.
Daily Telegraph Gas will be at the heart of Royal Dutch Shell’s production strategy ahead of oil as the world attempts to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, according to the energy group’s new chief executive, Peter Voser. By Rowena Mason Published: 8:17PM GMT 24 Nov 2009 Delivering an update on Shell’s two flagship gas projects in [...]