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Shell News Sunday, 16 January 2005

Shell News Sunday, 16 January 2005

THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY (UK): Shell chief’s warning over nuclear waste: “Britain will not have learnt the lesson of the Indian Ocean tsunami if the Government continues to drag its feet over nuclear waste storage policy, Shell’s chairman has warned.” ( 16 Jan 05

Angola Press (Africa): Shell reopens closed stations in southern Nigeria: “The Anglo-Dutch energy group Shell has reopened all its oil pumping stations shut down last month because of community unrest in southern Nigeria, a spokesman told AFP.” ( 16 Jan 05

Angola Press (Africa): Shell Hopes to Restart Platform Production: “Royal Dutch/Shell Group of Cos.`s Nigerian subsidiary hopes to restart operations quickly at all oil platforms where output was cut off after demonstrations last month, a spokesman for the company said Friday.” ( 16 Jan 05

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: Shell US Appointment Latest Step To Rebuild Reputation: “Shell’s reputation nose-dived in the wake of its announcement… that it was slashing its oil and gas reserves… While new disclosures about the scandal have proven embarrassing… Shell profits have continued to soar with high commodity prices, enabling the company’s shares to outperform those of other scandal-ridden companies.”: “One of his key functions will be to rebuild the reputation of the company.”: “Although Shell’s reserves scandal has dominated news about the company, the company has also suffered some recent missteps in the U.S. ( Posted 16 Jan 05 and its sister websites,,,,, and are all owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia article.

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