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Shell News Archive Thursday 24 November 2005

Shell News Archive Thursday 24 November 2005

The New York Times: Big Oil CEOs Mull Response to Subpoenas: “Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Exxon Mobil and the U.S. units of BP and Royal Dutch Shell Plc. were subpoenaed.”: Posted Thursday 24 Nov 05: READ

Gulf Times (Qatar): Shell calls for innovation: “Shell exploration and production executive vice president (technical) John Darley has said meeting the increasing demands for hydrocarbon fuels would require innovation and investment in both technology and people.”: Thursday, 24 November, 2005: READ

The Moscow Times: French to Swap LNG for Russian Gas: “Gazprom has agreed to swap gas it supplies Europe by pipelines for liquefied natural gas from Gaz de France, then deliver the LNG to Shell Western LNG in the United States.”: Thursday, November 24, 2005: READ

Malta Independent: Energy crisis: ‘Solutions are within our grasp’ – CEO, Shell UK: Thursday 24 November 2005: READ

Financial Times: Observer: Stormin’ Jorma: Jorma Ollila, who will next summer swap his position as chief executive of Finnish phone maker Nokia for a chairmanship at Shell, appears to have a plan B, should things not pan out at the oil major.”: Thursday 24 November 2005: READ

Irish Independent: Planners deny undue pressures over Shell pipeline: “The Centre for Public Inquiry highlighted a meeting on September 23, 2003, between Mr O’Connor and other senior Bord Pleanala officials with the Irish Offshore Operators Association (IOOA) which included Shell E&P managing director Andy Pyle. According to the report, on September 19 the Taoiseach and other ministers met with Mr Pyle.”: Thursday November 24, 2005: READ

Irish Times: Board denies Corrib project ‘pressure’: “The report said that within a week of senior executives of the Corrib consortium – Shell, Statoil and Marathon – meeting the Taoiseach in September 2003, they were given “unusual access” to the planning appeals board to express their concern over delays.”: Thursday November 24, 2005

Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation (Barbados): Farmers upset at Shell: “In spite of the outcome, Shell says it remains open and committed to working with the farmers association and relevant authorities to resolve all issues relating to the leaking pipeline.”: Posted Thursday 24 November 2005: READ

Lloyds List: Noble lands $594m Bingo win from Shell: “NOBLE Corp is set to begin re-building a Bingo 9000 rig, laid up in Dalian, China, after gaining a $594m contract from Shell”: Thursday 24 November 2005: READ

ZDNet: Shell, ExxonMobil tout a cleaner fuel for megacities: “Shell and ExxonMobil are ramping up production on a fuel, called Gas-to-Liquids, that’s derived from natural gas.”: Posted Thursday 24 November 2005: READ

Radio New Zealand: 300 could be out of work if the multi national Shell pulls out of the Pacific: Posted 24 November 2005: READ

St. Clair Record, IL: Attorneys vying for venue in Shell, Exxon groundwater class action: “Moody claims in a proposed class action suit that Shell Oil, Exxon and Mobil persuaded Congress to adopt a new recipe for gasoline although the oil companies knew an ingredient would contaminate groundwater.”: Posted Thursday 24 November 2005: READ

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