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Shell News 13 July 2017

Critics argue for Groningen shutdown at Dutch court hearing: Seeking Alpha: 13 July 2017

Angry Dutch residents living near the huge Groningen gas field told a hearing today at the Netherlands’ highest court that production should be totally stopped, accusing oil companies of causing minor earthquakes and the government of lying. READ MORE

Dutch court hearing pits Big Oil against Groningen locals: Reuters: 13 July 2017

Angry Dutch residents living near the huge Groningen gas field demanded a total halt to production, accusing oil giants of causing house-damaging earth tremors and the government of lying at a hearing in the Netherlands’ highest court on Thursday. READ MORE

Shell pays compensation to victims of Pakistani oil fire: The Washington Post: 13 July 2017

ISLAMABAD — A subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell said Wednesday that it made full payment in damages and compensation to the victims of an oil tanker fire in Pakistan that killed 215 people last month, hours after Pakistan’s oil and gas regulator threatened legal action. READ MORE

Shell secures more land for ethane pipeline: The Times: 13 July 2017

Shell Pipeline Co. has acquired an additional six easements necessary for the company to build the 97-mile Falcon Ethane pipeline. The pipeline, which won’t be built until 2019, will transport more than 100,000 barrels of ethane and other natural gas liquids daily to Shell’s $6 billion cracker plant being built along the Ohio River in Potter Township. READ MORE

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