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Royal Dutch Shell News Sunday, 27 March 2005

Royal Dutch Shell News Sunday, 27 March 2005

THE MIAMI HERALD: Shell grows oil venture: Alberta has two thirds as much oil as Saudi Arabia, and in an era of high prices, Shell Canada and its partners are ready to expand their operations in the region. ( Posted 27 March 05

THE NEW YORK TIMES: What Happens Once the Oil Runs Out? “I used to work with Mr. Hubbert at Shell Oil, and my own independent research places the peak of world oil production late this year or early in 2006.” ( Posted 27 March 05

THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH (UK): Bidders balk at First Calgary price tag: “Ten of the world’s largest energy groups, including Shell and Total, are studying information about First Calgary ahead of a mid-April deadline to submit binding offers.” ( 27 March 05

THE SUNDAY TIMES (UK): Investors cash in on oil price boom: Crude is trading at record levels, but some experts say it could be time to bank profits, writes David Budworth.: “…could the oil boom be a bubble that is about to burst? ( 27 March 05

The Arizona Republic: Companies champ at Iraqi oil bits: Fertile ground for expansion, new contracts: “The world’s three biggest integrated oil companies – BP PLC, ExxonMobil Corp. and Royal Dutch/Shell Group of Cos. – recently struck cooperation or training deals with Iraq.” ( 27 March 05 and its sister websites,,,,, and are all owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia article.

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