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Royal Dutch Shell News Saturday 6 November, 2004

Royal Dutch Shell News Saturday 6 November, 2004

Yahoo News: Shell-led Sakhalin signs Tokyo Electric LNG deal: “TOKYO, (Reuters) – Tokyo Electric Power Co, Japan’s biggest utility, has signed a deal to buy 1.5 million tonnes a year of liquefied natural gas from a Shell-led project in Russia’s Far East…” (ShellNews.net) Posted 6 Nov 04

Yahoo News: Shell to invest 200 million US dollars in Brazil next year, denies planning to exit country: “In an interview with financial daily Valor Economico, Shell Brasil President Aldo Castelli said Brazil is a key market for the group and is part of the investment and growth strategy of Shell.” (ShellNews.net) Posted 6 Nov 04

SuburbanChicagoNews.com: Kane sues Shell Pipeline; claims firm dumped polluted soil: “Kane County has jumped into the legal battle against Shell Pipeline Co., charging in a new lawsuit the company knew it had illegally dumped benzene-laced soil at Settler’s Hill Landfill earlier this year but kept quiet to save money”: “…pointed out that Shell has managed to tie up court action relating to the tainted soil for years” (ShellNews.net) Posted 6 Nov 04

The Independent (UK): Oil giant to sell Caribbean network: “ROYAL DUTCH/SHELL Group has agreed to sell a network of 111 retail stations and 30 distribution depots in the Caribbean to the Sol Group, the Anglo- Dutch oil giant said yesterday” (ShellNews.net) 6 Nov 04

Daily Telegraph: Shell action: “The FSA said it was still considering whether to take action against Shell’s directors over its reserves scandal.” (ShellNews.net) 6 Nov 04

Washington Post: Big Oil Companies Train Iraqi Workers Free: “In an internal Shell newsletter circulated earlier this year, Wolfgang Strobl, the company’s projects director for exploration and production activities relating to Iraq, said Shell wanted to develop untapped oil and natural gas reserves in the country and work with the government to redevelop existing fields. Shell said Strobl was unavailable for comment.” (ShellNews.net) 6 Nov 04

Financial Times: Shell merger highlights rankings row: “The latest wrangle concerns Shell’s move to merge its British and Dutch holding companies.” (ShellNews.net) 6 Nov 04

The Independent (UK): Oil giant to sell Caribbean network: “ROYAL DUTCH/SHELL Group has agreed to sell a network of 111 retail stations and 30 distribution depots in the Caribbean to the Sol Group, the Anglo- Dutch oil giant said yesterday” (ShellNews.net) 6 Nov 04

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: Shell Signs Sale, Purchase Trademark License Deals: “Shell Group of Companies and the Sol Group, a petroleum affiliate of the Interamericana Trading Corp (ITC), Friday announced that they will sign a Sale and Purchase Agreement and a Trademark License Agreement relating to the divestment of Shell ‘s Oil Products businesses in Barbados, St. Lucia, Netherlands Antilles, St. Kitts & Nevis, British Virgin Islands, Anguilla, Grenada, St. Vincent, Antigua, Dominica, Belize, Guyana and Suriname, excluding the Aviation business.” (ShellNews.net) 6 Nov 04

Daily Telegraph: Shell action: “The FSA said it was still considering whether to take action against Shell’s directors over its reserves scandal.” (ShellNews.net) 6 Nov 04

Houston Business Journal: Shell Oil president named Texas Business Woman of the Year: Shell Oil Co. President Lynn Elsenhans received the Texas Business Woman of the Year Award on Friday in Austin. Elsenhans was named to her current positions, president of Shell Oil Products U.S., and president of Shell Oil and country chair for Shell U.S. in June of 2003. (ShellNews.net) Posted 6 Nov 04

Washington Post: Big Oil Companies Train Iraqi Workers Free: “In an internal Shell newsletter circulated earlier this year, Wolfgang Strobl, the company’s projects director for exploration and production activities relating to Iraq, said Shell wanted to develop untapped oil and natural gas reserves in the country and work with the government to redevelop existing fields. Shell said Strobl was unavailable for comment.” (ShellNews.net) 6 Nov 04

Financial Times: Shell merger highlights rankings row: “The latest wrangle concerns Shell’s move to merge its British and Dutch holding companies.” (ShellNews.net) 6 Nov 04

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: PdVSA Might Shun Partners On LNG Project: “Petroleos de Venezuela… officials have held drawn out discussions with Royal Dutch/Shell Group and Japan´s Mitsubishi Corp. hoping to jointly develop the offshore project which, government officials say, could help the Andean country cover its domestic natural gas needs and leave enough for exports.” (ShellNews.net) 6 Nov 04

Yahoo News: Shell and PanOcean discover second oil accumulation on their Awoun Permit in Gabon, West Africa: “The two discoveries are located eight kilometres to the north of the Total/Shell producing Avocette field and five kilometres to the northwest of the PanOcean’s producing Obangue field.” (ShellNews.net) Posted 6 Nov 04

TheStarOnline (Malaysia): Petra gets RM600mil Shell job: “INTEGRATED oil and gas services provider Petra Perdana Bhd, through subsidiary Petra Resources Sdn Bhd, has received from Sabah Shell Petroleum Co Ltd and Sarawak Shell Bhd a Letter of Intent to award a contract to undertake major maintenance and retrofit services for their offshore facilities in east Malaysia.” (ShellNews.net) 6 Nov 04

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