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Shell News Archive Wednesday 3 November, 2004

Shell News Archive Wednesday 3 November, 2004

The Guardian: Companies’ ethical reports branded ineffective: “Jeroem van der Veer, Shell’s new chief executive, has no qualms about the current failings of most CSR reporting: “I still see too little willingness to talk about failures and too little input from credible, and sometimes critical, third parties”. It’s a moot point, and one that van der Veer is well placed to make after his company’s oil reserves crisis earlier this year.”

Yahoo.com: Malaysia Shell To Award MYR385M Gas Drilling Contracts: “KUALA LUMPUR (Dow Jones)–Shell Malaysia Wednesday confirmed it will award five contracts later in the day worth a total MYR385 million ($101 million) for the upgrading of drilling facilities at key gas production sites.”

Yahoo: Shell Selects Trintech Technology to Enable Smart Card Acceptance at Petrol Stations in the UK and Ireland: “The Royal Dutch/Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemicals companies, operating in over 145 countries and employing more than 119,000 people.”

The Independent (UK): Shell grabs first post-2008 greenhouse gas deal: “The move was hailed by Shell as “an important milestone deal” ahead of the Kyoto Protocol to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, coming into effect in 2008. Emissions allocations have not been determined for the 2008-12 period.”

Lloyds List: Mitsui takes stake in Altamira LNG project: “LEADING Japanese trading house Mitsui ‘ Co is acquiring a 25% stake in Shell’s Altamira liquefied natural gas terminal project on the east coast of Mexico.”

Lloyds List: Granatina becomes first ship to pocket green passport: “SHELL International’s liquefied natural gas carrier Granatina has become the first vessel in the world to win a ‘green passport’ for full compliance with International Maritime Organization guidelines on ship recycling.”

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