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Shell News Archive Monday 21 November, 2005

From our Shell News Archive Monday 21 November, 2005 Shell Brent field shut down?: Monday 21 November 2005: 10.50am EST: READ
Dow Jones Commodities News via Comtex: “A Russian government committee Friday rejected Total SA’s (TOT) financial plan for the Kharyaga oil production project for 2005 and 2006, claiming it had failed to stick to a plan approved earlier in the year.”: “The ministry noted Total’s cost estimates were more than 10% higher than originally planned.”: *”This report proves that companies other than Shell are also over budget on projects in Russia, but not by 260% as is the case with Shell!”: Monday 21 November 2005: READ
AFX UK Focus): Royal Dutch Shell to delist from NYSE from today: “Royal Dutch Shell Group said its shares will be delisted from the New York Stock Exchange from today following an order from the US Securities and Exchange Commission.”: Monday 21 November 2005: READ
BBC NEWS: Putin reassures Japan on pipeline: Mon 21 Nov 05: READ
BLOOMBERG: Japan’s Aso Says a Project May Resolve Island Dispute (Update2): Monday 21 November 2005: READ
Yahoo! Business News: Shell Says It’s Begun Exploration in Libya: Royal Dutch Shell Says It Has Begun Seismic Explorations for Gas in Libya: Monday November 21 2005: READ
AME Info: Qatar Petroleum and Shell showcase first GTL fuel car in Qatar: Monday 21 November 2005: READ
The Times: Shell faces $1bn bill on ageing North Sea rigs: “The need for a substantial hike in expenditure and maintenance work in the North Sea comes at a difficult time for Shell, which has suffered significant cost overruns at its Sakhalin Energy project in Russia and at Bonga, a Nigerian offshore platform.”: November 21, 2005: READ
Petroleum News: Shell takes it on the chin, repeatedly: Leaked internal report on big project management comes after Russian government, and Putin himself, questions Sakhalin costs: Monday 21 November 2005: READ
Media Week: EMM appointed to audit Shell media account: “Shell’s media account covers the global campaigns for its lubricants, retail, corporate and HR businesses. It is estimated to be worth around £140m a year across its territories.”: Monday 21 November 2005: READ
The New York Times: Seeking Clean Fuel for a Nation, and a Rebirth for Small-Town Montana: “The governor has met with the president of Shell Oil, the chairman of General Electric and other captains of big energy, as well as with smaller companies that develop synthetic fuels.: Monday 21 November 2005: READ
The Guardian (UK): One picture does not a charity campaign make: “Its most remarkable achievement was the Brent Spar campaign in 1995, which dominated national headlines and had 75% of the country saying they wanted Greenpeace to keep up their campaigning after it drew attention to Shell dumping an oil rig in the North sea.”: Monday November 21, 2005: READ Shell Turning Oil into Water: Posted Monday 21 November 2005: READ and its sister websites,,,,, and are all owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia article.

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