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Shell News Archive Tuesday 15 November, 2005

From our Shell News Archive Tuesday 15 November, 2005

ShellNews.net: Royal Dutch Shell fails to deny $26 billion overrun figure on Sakhalin2: Tuesday 15 November 2005: 08.45am ET: READ

ShellNews.net: Leaked Shell internal email from Tom Botts, Executive Vice President-Europe, Shell International Exploration & Production: Posted Tuesday 15 November 2005: READ

Houston Chronicle: Nigerian court orders an end to gas flaring: “Royal Dutch Shell, Chevron, Exxon Mobil and other oil companies in Nigeria must stop burning off gas associated with oil production or risk prison time and fines, a Nigerian federal court has ruled.”: Posted Tuesday 15 November 2005: READ

JPT ONLINE: Offshore Europe Conference Assesses Hydrocarbon Demand Challenges: “Rethinking the Upstream/Downstream Split: Tom Botts, Executive Vice President-Europe for Shell Intl. E&P”: Posted Tuesday 15 Nov 2005: READ

The Independent: Hydrogen fuel cell cars: Life’s a gas in the green lane: “A spokesperson from Shell said that the company generates 7,000 tons of spare hydrogen per day. Most is used for cleaning other products, but the rest can be offered as fuel.”: 15 November 2005: READ

The New York Times: Wis. Gov. Subpoenas Oil Execs for Hearing: “Erin Roth, a spokesman for the American Petroleum Institute, which represents the five companies, said Doyle should wait for Congress and federal investigators to complete their own probes of the industry. The companies subpoenaed were Chevron Corp., ExxonMobil Corp., ConocoPhillips Co., BP America Inc. and Shell Oil Co.: Posted Tuesday 15 November 2005: READ

The New York Times: Natural Gas: Big Worry This Winter: 15 Nov 05: READ

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