The Times January 14, 2010 Business big shot: Simon Henry, of Royal Dutch Shell Emma Keens After being knocked off the top spot as Europe?s largest oil and gas producer by market capitalisation this week, Shell executives did not get much time to lick their wounds. The Anglo-Dutch company?s shares continued their slide yesterday amid [...]
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THE WALL STREET JOURNAL JANUARY 13, 2010, 12:58 P.M. ET By James Herron Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES LONDON (Dow Jones)–Several analysts cut their earnings forecasts for Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDSB.LN) Wednesday as an increasingly grim picture of the company’s refining and marketing operations emerged. Brokerage Evolution Securities reduced its full year clean earnings per [...]
I note from the Shell internal documents supplied to my son that Shell has engaged in some wishful thinking regarding my age (I am now almost 93). Unfortunately for Shell, I am still very much alive and kicking.
THE NEW YORK TIMES By REUTERS Published: January 13, 2010 Filed at 6:25 a.m. ET LONDON (Reuters) – Shares in Royal Dutch Shell Plc <RDSa.L> fell over 2 percent on Wednesday on market talk that the company was guiding analysts to reduce their forecasts for the oil major’s fourth-quarter earnings. “Consensus for Shell’s Q4 appears [...]
The men were working at the Shell-operated Afam gas and power plant east of Port Harcourt. They work for Netco Dietsmann, a venture between Nigeria?s state-owned National Engineering and Technical Company and the Dutch company Dietsmann.
Lagos – Gunmen on Tuesday seized three Britons and a Colombian, shooting dead their police escort in the first major kidnapping for six months in southern Nigeria’s Niger Delta. The four – contract workers for the Anglo-Dutch oil giant Shell – were abducted as they travelled to work from the southern oil city of Port Harcourt to the Shell-operated Afam power plant, police said.