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Royal Dutch Shell News Thursday 18 March, 2004

Royal Dutch Shell News Thursday 18 March, 2004 

The Guardian: Shell executives may face charges over oil reserves

The Times: Shell chiefs in criminal inquiry over ‘lost’ reserves

The Daily Telegraph: Shell braces for second US inquiry into stated reserves

THE NEW YORK TIMES: Shell Sells Stake in China’s Largest Refiner

San Jose Mercury News: Shell Reclassifies More of Its Reserves Shell cuts reserves again, delays annual report

BBC News: Shell’s slippery slope Shell Cuts Reserves as U.S. Probe Widens

The Scotsman: Shell Slips as Oil Reserves Downgraded Once More Shell Reclassifies More of Its Reserves

Royal Dutch/Shell Group Announcements

Financial Times: Shell cuts oil reserve figures for second time

Financial Times: Performance bonuses for 2003 scrapped

Financial Times: Shell forced to hold back annual report

Financial Times: Probe focuses on internal knowledge

Financial Times: Pressure rises on group to hire new blood

Financial Times: Reduction in proved reserves adds to pressure on ratings

London Evening Standard: Shell slashes its reserves again

The Washington Times: Shell cuts reserve estimates again

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