By Flavia Krause-Jackson and Ali Sheikholeslami – Sep 30, 2010 6:30 PM GMT+0100 Total SA of France, Statoil ASA of Norway, Italys Eni SpA and the Netherlands Royal Dutch Shell Plc have pledged to end their investments in Irans energy sector, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State James Steinberg said. Steinberg said the pledge means the […]
Posts from ‘September, 2010’
By Eduard Gismatullin – Sep 29, 2010 10 Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Europes biggest oil company, plans to invest about $40 billion in the Americas through 2014 to boost production by 40 percent. Shells oil and gas output in the region may reach 1 million barrels of oil equivalent a day in the period, The […]
Daily Telegraph When BP became a sponsor of the US Olympics team for London’s 2012 games in February, Tony Hayward could have been forgiven for thinking he deserved a pat on the back, if not quite a medal. By Richard Blackden Published: 6:00AM BST 30 Sep 2010 Tony Hayward’s fate was sealed as the scale […]
By Eduard Gismatullin – Sep 30, 2010 Regal Petroleum Plc, the U.K. explorer focusing on natural-gas projects in Ukraine, fell to the lowest share price on record after Chief Executive Officer David Greer quit and as gas wells failed to stabilize output. Regal dropped as much as 31 percent to 18.25 pence in London trading, […]
“The outlook for deep water remains positive, despite the current drilling moratorium in the Gulf of Mexico,” the Dutch oil giant said in a prepared statement.
Calgary-based Nexen Inc. and its partner Royal Dutch Shell PLC are trumpeting a major oil find in the Gulf of Mexico, a discovery that will serve as a test of feared regulatory gridlock in the prolific oil-producing region.
By Ed Crooks in New York Published: September 29 2010 Royal Dutch Shell is planning a rapid expansion of its North American business to raise production by 40 per cent to 1m barrels equivalent per day in 2014, including gas, Canadian oil sands and deepwater oil. The strategy, announced in Canada on Tuesday, is part […]
In the two months before the UN voted through its fourth set of sanctions, on 9 June, affecting finance, insurance and shipping sectors, Shell’s trading company, Satsco, spent at least $778m on Iranian crude, according to documents seen by the Guardian.
By Joe Carroll – Sep 28, 2010 Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Europes largest energy company, gave final approval to an investment in an oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico. Shell, based in The Hague, said in a PR Newswire statement that the Mars B platform will pump the equivalent of 100,000 barrels of crude […]
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL SEPTEMBER 28, 2010 RIO DE JANEIRO (Dow Jones)–The Brazilian unit of Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDSA, RDSB, RDSA.LN, RDSB.LN) discovered oil in the Santos Basin during the company’s first exploration attempt in the region famous for its deepwater discoveries, the company said Tuesday. Shell Brasil’s first well in the BM-S-54 block […]
Sept. 28, 2010, 3:50 p.m. EDT CALGARY, Canada, September 28, 2010 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Royal Dutch Shell plc (“Shell”) reconfirmed strong momentum in its businesses in the Americas for a group of shareholders and analysts today, visiting Upstream assets in Canada. Shell’s oil & gas production in the region could reach 1 million barrels […]
Sept. 28, 2010, 2:35 p.m. EDT NEW YORK, Sep 28, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) — United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) today condemned Royal Dutch Shell for increasing its business with Iran. Rather than complying with the spirit of U.S. and EU law, Royal Dutch Shell over the summer conducted over a billion dollars’ worth of trade […]