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High Noon on oil prices: OPEC vs U.S. Shale

From an article by Catherine Ngai published on 6 Jan 2015 by Reuters under the headline:  “High Noon on the Gulf Coast: Canada, Saudi oil set for showdown” NEW YORK (Reuters) – As a test of wills between OPEC nations and U.S. shale drillers fuels a global oil market slump, a brewing battle between Canadian […]

Investors Freak: Oil on its way down to $20 A Barrel?

From an article by Christopher Helman published by Forbes.com on 6 Jan 2015 under the headline: “Investors Freak As Saudi Inaction Could Sink Oil To $20 A Barrel. Time To Buy? OPEC is not going to come to the rescue. It is up to American producers to cut oil supplies. The world freaked out over oil […]

OIL, OIL, TOIL AND TROUBLE

ARTICLE BY STEVEN HAYWARD, PUBLISHED BY POWERLINE 25 NOVEMBER 2014 The fall OPEC meeting is under way right now in Vienna, and all eyes are on the Saudis, to see whether they will lead a strategy to stop the fall in oil prices, which is putting the crimp on Iran, Russia, and Venezuela, among other […]

Royal Dutch Shell Plc .com News Round-up 12 August 2014

A frosty reception for Shell sponsorship; Oil and Gas company debt soars to danger level; Shell a gigantic flea By John Donovan UK The Telegraph City Diary column has commented on Shell’s embarrassment at arts sponsorship monies being returned to the  company in Ireland. “First the Antarctic, now Ireland. The list of countries where Royal […]

Shell ending investments in gas development project in Saudi Arabia

Reuters article published by ArabNews.com Monday 7 July 2014 DUBAI: Royal Dutch Shell is ending investments in a gas development project in Saudi Arabia, complicating the top oil exporter’s efforts to exploit its huge gas reserves. The search for gas has been a priority for Saudi Arabia as it struggles to keep pace with rapidly […]

Saudi Arabia gas project has failed, admits Shell

Extracts from an article by Andrew Critchlow published 6 July 2014 by The Sunday Telegraph Royal Dutch Shell has admitted that its search for gas in Saudi Arabia has been a decade-long wild goose chase, dashing any hopes of gaining a prized upstream foothold in the kingdom. “We haven’t had a very successful exploration campaign,” Andrew […]

Motiva Port Arthur refinery reaches throughput milestone – sources

“If it had been built better, if it had been designed better, it could be running more crude…” Extracts from a Reuters article by Erwin Seba published by The Chicago Tribune on 3 July 2014 HOUSTON (Reuters) – The nation’s largest refinery hit a throughput milestone last week, processing 615,000 barrels in one day for […]

Royal Dutch Shell Saudi relationship in serious danger?

The Washington Post has reported today that the Dutch foreign minister Frans Timmermans is considering flying to Saudi Arabia in an attempt to defuse the situation, which includes threats of looming sanctions against Dutch interests, including Royal Dutch Shell. By John Donovan Royal Dutch Shell Group has had a long relationship with the Saudi regime. […]

Royal Dutch Shell shameful record of appeasement

By John Donovan For nearly a hundred years the Royal Dutch Shell Group has appeased and collaborated with evil regimes including Nazi Germany, Nigeria, Brunei, Saudi Arabia, Libya, Iran, Iraq under Saddam Hussein, Apartheid South Africa and with Putin of Russia, despite his annexation of Sakhalin2 and Crimea. Anything to earn a buck irrespective of ethics, […]

Woodside may ditch Shell stake

Melbourne Herald Sun Article by John Dagge: 19 Feb 2014 WOODSIDE Petroleum says it has not consulted major shareholder Shell about its foray into Israel — an international push which analysts say complicates the oil giant’s relations with key Arabic customers. Woodside’s move to take a slice of Israel’s Leviathan field — one of the […]

Royal Dutch Shell selling off its petrol stations in Australia?

By John Donovan THE BEN VAN BEURDEN FIRESALE RETRENCHMENT AFTER AN ERA OF OVER-PROMISE AND UNDER-DELIVERY I published over the weekend Shell insider rumours that Royal Dutch Shell may be considering selling off Shell Oil Company, perhaps to its 50-50 jv partner in Motiva Enterprises, Saudi Aramco. In what might be a related move, news has […]