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Royal Dutch Shell News Friday 5 November, 2004

 Royal Dutch Shell News Friday 5 November, 2004

Planet Ark: Gas remains centrepiece in Shell China strategy: BEIJING –“Royal Dutch/Shell Group aims to become a major supplier of liquefied natural gas to China and gain a foothold in the country’s booming oil refinery sector, a senior company official says.” ( 5 Nov 04

CSNews: Shell Cuts Fuel Sales at 18 Ohio Stations: “Shell Oil has shut down gasoline sales at 18 Columbus-area stations operated by state Sen. Jeffrey Armbruster because of what it termed a “banking-related issue,” reported the Columbus Dispatch.” ( posted 5 Nov 04)

ChannelNewsAsia: NEW YORK: Gas stations sue oil companies, claiming price-fixing: “Shell and Texaco met and entered into an agreement to raise, fix, peg and stabilize the price of motor fuel sold to Shell and Texaco dealers,” the suit claimed.: “The suit seeks class action status, which would allow tens of thousands of other retailers to join in, they said. On June 1, a federal court in California allowed a similar case against the companies.” ( 5 Nov 04)

Financial Times: Exxon rethinks natural gas delivery options: “Energy analysts say that if Sakhalin-1 converts to LNG it may have to strike a deal with the Shell-led project…”: “Julian Barnes at the Shell-led project, said: “I am not aware of any approach made by Sakhalin-1 to share our LNG plants. But we would be open to such a discussion if it would bring value to them [Exxon] and to us and our partners.” ( 5 Nov 04

Business Report (South Africa): Wayne Pearce (“new managing director of Shell & BP South African Petroleum Refineries“) fuels up for the road ahead: “What are the key issues affecting the refinery industry worldwide?”: “Do other Shell refineries in the world have poor relations with communities living on their fencelines?”: “What was done to improve relations or minimise the impact of Shell refineries on residents?”: What is your comment on assertions by community leaders in South Africa that Shell has different standards for refineries it operates in developed countries and those in developing countries?” ( 5 Nov 04 and its sister websites,,,,, and are all owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia article.

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