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MORE SHELL NEWS 6 APRIL 2017

Shell sues former head of security for threatening to reveal secrets: HOUSTON CHRONICLE

The issue of confidentiality comes up most often when employees who feel wronged were former high-level executives privy to corporate secrets that they promised not to reveal…

Crockett Oaks III, a former FBI agent who led the U.S. security operations of Shell Oil Co…  Shell Oil, the U.S. subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell, last week obtained a temporary court order blocking Oaks from revealing potentially damaging information about Shell’s…

Shell switches New Zealand holdings ahead of possible divestment: REUTERS

Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L) sold its stake in a New Zealand gas field while taking over the field’s operating company as part of a plan to possibly divest its holdings in the country later on, the company said Thursday.

Shell starts offloading its New Zealand assets: MARKETWATCH

WELLINGTON, New Zealand–Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDSA) has taken a step toward an exit from its New Zealand assets with a deal to sell its 50% stake in a natural-gas field to its local venture partner, Todd Energy.

Shell agrees gas supply deals in Australia: MARKETWATCH

MELBOURNE, Australia–Under pressure to ensure industry in Australia isn’t hit with a shortfall of natural gas, Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDSA) said it had agreed short-term sales deals with a power supplier and a maker of explosives.

Shell sells New Zealand’s oldest gas field in Taranaki to long term partner: TARANAKI DAILY NEWS

Shell New Zealand country chairman Rob Jager announced the sale of the onshore Kapuni field, which was discovered in 1959, to Todd Energy on Thursday which is part of the oil giants ongoing review of its operations, announced in December 2015.

Shell’s QGC to sell gas to Orica, Engie as trims LNG exports: FINANCIAL REVIEW (AUSTRALIA)

Shell has signed two new deals to supply gas to east coast buyers in response to mounting pressure on the Queensland LNG exporters not to let industrial customers on the east coast go short.

Shell to fuel world’s first LNG-powered Aframax oil tankers: REUTERS/MANILA BULLETIN

A unit of Royal Dutch Shell will fuel the world’s first LNG-powered Aframax crude oil tankers under a deal signed with Russian shipping company SCF Group (Sovcomflot). Oil tankers are “another marine segment embracing the benefits of LNG fuel,” Maarten Wetselaar, Shell’s integrated gas and new energies director, said in an announcement released on Monday.

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