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Lawsuits rise against Big Oil

17 July 2017: …filed lawsuits Monday against 37 oil, gas and coal companies, accusing them of ramping up extraction of fossil fuels for decades even though they knew the resulting carbon pollution would have devastating effects on the planet. READ MORE

Shell News 17 July 2017

Shell to operate fast charging at selected Shell stations in the Netherlands and in the United Kingdom: Automotive World: 17 July 2017 read more

Shell News 12 July 2017

Oil Majors Face Ratings Cuts Amid Weak Recovery, S&P Global Says: Bloomberg 12 July 2017

Exxon Mobil Corp., Chevron Corp. and other oil majors could see their credit ratings slashed again if they fail to cut costs and reduce their growing debt loads in the next year, according to an S&P Global Ratings report. READ MORE

Shell and other supermajors say ‘no plans’ for return of Super Pumas: EnergyVoice.com: 12 July 2017

The Anglo Dutch giant has confirmed that the aircraft, which were subject to a lengthy grounding following a fatal crash off Norway last year, does not feature in the future of the firm’s UK operations despite aviation watchdogs making moves to lift the flight ban. READ MORE read more

Shell News Update 5 July 2017

Qatar signals LNG price war for market share in Asia: Reuters: 5 July 2017

U.S. and European oil majors such as Royal Dutch Shell and Chevron have invested huge sums over the last decade – often more than they have spent on oil – in an attempt to dominate the LNG market, especially through mega-projects in Australia such as Chevron’s Gorgon or Shell’s Prelude.

Oil majors lost $115 billion in market value since April: OilPrice.com: 5 July 2017

ExxonMobil, Chevron, Total, Royal Dutch Shell, and British Petroleum are the five biggest players on the index, which includes 85 other majors. Together, they have lost $115 billion in market value since the beginning of April, Bloomberg reports, according to World Oil. read more

Further Shell News Update 27 June 2017

Canada M&A Hits Decade-High as Foreign Owners Flee Oil Sands: Bloomberg: 27 June 2017

Mergers and acquisitions in Canada are set for the strongest start in a decade as foreigners sell their oil sands investments. ConocoPhillips and Royal Dutch Shell Plc are leading the exodus amid a bear market for crude.

Big Oil: Surviving at $40, Thriving at $60: Barron’s: 26 June 2017

The price of oil is rising today, but that hasn’t helped oil stocks like ExxonMobil (XOM), Chevron (CVX), Total (TOT), and Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A), which remain little changed or under pressure. We expect companies to continue pulling on all operational and financial levers in order to adjust to the oil price reality… read more

Shell News Update 27 June 2017

Shell CEO, board of directors visit Beaver County: The Times: 27 June 2017

The chief executive officer and a majority of the board of directors of Royal Dutch Shell were in Beaver County Monday to view the ethane cracker plant site, but also to talk to local leaders about their experiences with the $6 billion project.

Shell in clean energy race: The Business Times: 27 June 017

ROYAL Dutch Shell aims to be a leader in clean energy and sees an opportunity in using its global presence and established brand to scale up the new energies business quickly as and when. The second largest-publicly traded oil company in the world also plans on establishing itself across the full value chain of renewables and alternative energies as it has done for oil, said a senior executive in the firm. read more

New Shell finance boss says North Sea remains important to oil and gas giant

MARK WILLIAMSON: 5 MAY 2017

ROYAL Dutch Shell’s new finance chief has said the company will continue to invest in the North Sea where it is making good returns but declined to rule out selling off more UK assets.

Speaking after Shell posted a 140 per cent increase in first quarter profits, Jessica Uhl said the North Sea remains important to the firm although rationalisation moves will leave it with a much reduced presence in the area.

The oil and gas giant agreed in January to sell a portfolio of mature assets which account for around half its UK production to Chrysaor for up to $3.8 billion. read more

SHELL NEWS UPDATE TUESDAY 4 APRIL 2017

Shell Confirms More Than 200 Workers to be Cut from Norwegian Operations: RIGZONE

Royal Dutch Shell plc has confirmed that more than 200 workers will be cut from its Norwegian operations.

Petronas May Consider Shell Site for Canadian LNG Project: BLOOMBERG

Malaysia’s Petroliam Nasional Bhd may be looking at building a $27 billion liquefied natural gas export terminal in northwestern Canada on the site of an abandoned Royal Dutch Shell Plc energy project, according to the company’s chief executive officer.

Despite cuts to jobs, spending, oil giants fail to cover costs: AUSTRALIAN BUSINESS REVIEW

The world’s biggest oil companies are struggling just to break even. Despite billions of dollars in spending cuts and a modest oil price rebound, ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch Shell, Chevron and BP didn’t make enough money last year to cover costs, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis. read more

Shell News Monday 3 April 2017

Shell withdraws from Kakinada gas project: Business Standard

European oil and gas company Royal Dutch Shell has decided to discontinue its earlier proposal for a floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal off the Kakinada coast in Andhra Pradesh. The company said ample research had showed lack of adequate demand for liquid gas. “We have put a pause on that project. We worked closely with our partners and engineers and took it to the point where our engineering work was done and we were ready to go. We looked around (but) there was not enough demand. We cannot just spend hundreds of millions and do nothing. read more

Shell News Tuesday 28 March 2017

Summary

  • The myth of a secure price range for OPEC in its battle against shale.
  • Why OPEC has painted itself into a corner, forcing it to extend lower output.
  • What’s far more important than OPEC and others’ cuts.
  • Cuts or not – low-cost shale producers like Shell will produce at a profit.

FULL ARTICLE

Shell to sell Australian aviation fuels unit to Viva Energy

Shell to sell Australian aviation fuels unit to Viva Energy

by Angela Macdonald-Smith: 19 December 2016

Royal Dutch Shell has struck a $US250 million ($343 million) deal to sell its local aviation fuels division to Viva Energy in a further slimming down of its downstream operations in Australia.

The sale follows the oil giant’s $2.9 billion divestment of its other refining and fuels activities to Viva in 2014 and comes amid heightened speculation that Shell is getting set to offload its remaining stake in Woodside Petroleum.

The deal, expected to formally close by md-2017, will see the Shell brand still used for the aviation refuelling business under a licensing deal similar to the arrangement Viva has to use the logo for its petrol retailing business. Regulatory approvals still need to be secured. read more

Shell’s CFO Pick Leaves Most Analysts Asking Simply ‘Who?’

by Rakteem Katakey: 15 December 2016, 16:47 GMT

Royal Dutch Shell Plc’s appointment of Jessica Uhl as finance chief on Thursday posed one simple question for many of the analysts who follow Europe’s largest oil company: “Who?”

The 48-year-old U.S. citizen, currently head of finance for Shell’s Integrated Gas unit — a key cash cow since this year’s acquisition of BG Group Plc — will take over from Simon Henry in March. Having been at the oil major for 12 years, exclusively in finance, she has “in-depth knowledge” to execute its cash-generation plans, according to Shell. read more

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