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Shell News Saturday 29 January 2005

Shell News Saturday 29 January 2005

The Guardian (UK): We like… … bluer than blue chips: “This year could restore confidence in Shell, as the group’s new structure and management ethics persuade fund managers to buy.” ( 29 Jan 05 Shell bid rumours worry: “The FTSE 100 is lower, with talk of a Shell bid for US gas company Williams causing concern as a flurry of takeover speculation hits the market” ( Posted 29 Jan 05

Business Wire: Shell Chemical’s David Scharer Honored With SDA Distinguished Service Award ( Posted 29 Jan 05

London Evening Standard: War in Iran ‘would dent world economy’: “Iran pumps around 4m barrels of oil a day and Shell has operations in the Islamic state.” ( Posted 28 Jan 05

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: LI Congressman Latest To Oppose Planned LNG Terminal: “The terminal by Shell Oil (SC) and Canada Gas would be built by Broadwater Energy of Houston.” ( Posted 29 Jan 05

FINANCIAL TIMES: Deal is reached over disputed stake in project: “A consortium of companies led by Italy’s Eni and consisting of ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch/Shell, ConocoPhillips and Total – all stakeholders in Kashagan – had agreed to buy BG Group’s 16.7 per cent share for $1.23bn.” ( 29 Jan05 Delta Assembly Probes Shell’s Planned Relocation to P-Harcourt ( Posted 29 Jan 05 and its sister websites,,,,, and are all owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia article.

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