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Shell News Monday, 14 February 2005

Shell News Monday, 14 February 2005

Daily Telegraph (UK): Shell Sakhalin pipeline faces blow over threatened whales: “A $12billion (£6.7 billion) gas pipeline project in the frozen waters of Russia’s Sakhalin Island, which is vital to one of Shell’s largest investments, could be dealt a serious blow this week.” ( 14 Feb 05

FINANCIAL TIMES: Unishell: “Why is it that these Anglo-Dutch giants, operating in very different businesses, have stumbled at just the same time?”: “…maybe the simultaneous upsets at Shell and Unilever are just coincidence. But the coincidence is still pretty remarkable.” ( 14 Feb 05

India Express: Mega petro bid: “The 4 billion euro bid… would clearly be the largest one ever originating from Indian shores”: “The consortium aims to buy 100 per cent of the Dutch firm, whose current owners Royal Dutch/ Shell Group and German major BASF AG would be exiting the business to focus on their core operations.” ( 14 Feb 05

Bloomberg: India May Double Gas Imports by 2007, Shell, Petronet Say: “Liquefied natural gas producers including Royal Dutch/Shell Group and Exxon Mobil Corp. may double sales to India by 2007 as economic growth boosts demand for the fuel in Asia’s third-biggest energy market” ( 14 Feb 05 and its sister websites,,,,, and are all owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia article.

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