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Royal Dutch Shell News Wednesday, 30 March 2005

Royal Dutch Shell News Wednesday, 30 March 2005

BBC NEWS: Shell guilty over gas leak deaths: “Oil giants Shell has admitted three charges over the deaths of two workers in the North Sea two years ago.” ( 30 March 05

THE NEW YORK TIMES: Shell to Reroute Pipelines in Project: “Royal Dutch/Shell said Wednesday it would reroute planned pipelines at its oil and gas project off the Russian Pacific island of Sakhalin, bowing to environmentalists’ demands who said the pipelines passed too close to the feeding grounds of the endangered gray whale” ( 30 March 05

FINANCIAL TIMES: Shell re-routes pipeline for sake of whales: “Royal Dutch/Shell has been forced to re-route a pipeline on its $12bn Sakhalin 2 project in eastern Russia because it threatened the survival of the western grey whale.” ( 30 March 05

THE NEW YORK TIMES: GM in Fuel Cell Deal with Energy Dept.: “In a separate commercial agreement, Shell Hydrogen, LLC will support GM by setting up five hydrogen refueling stations in Washington, D.C., New York City, between Washington D.C. and New York and in California.” ( 30 March 05

FINANCIAL TIMES: CNOOC head admits to delays in LNG projects: “The company also said yesterday that there was no longer a timetable for closing a deal with the Australian Gorgon venture – controlled by a consortium of ChevronTexaco, Shell and ExxonMobil – to supply its LNG terminal in Shanghai.” ( 30 March 05

Borneo Bulletin: ‘Life After Shell Workshop’ ( 30 March 05 and its sister non-profit websites,,,,,, and are owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia feature.

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