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Shell News Archive Sunday 27 November, 2005

Shell News Archive Sunday 27 November, 2005

World Wildlife Fund: Shell fails European Bank’s funding requirements: Sunday 27 November 2005: READ
(including downloadable WWF report: “Risky Business – the new Shell”)
Pacific Russia Information (PRI) Group: Sakhalin Oil and Gas News: Week of November 27, 2005: READ
The Observer: WWF attacks Shell over Sakhalin: “The attack comes at a sensitive time for Shell because the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development assesses tomorrow whether to lend money to the oil and gas scheme, which is essential for Shell’s long-term prospects.”: “For Shell, a rejection would spell disaster.”: Sunday November 27, 2005: READ
The Observer: A bear market: “This autumn, Putin spent $7.5bn to raise the Russian state’s stake in Gazprom, the natural gas giant, from 39 per cent to 51 per cent.”: “…no Russian company has the experience or expertise to seize the opportunity that LNG presents. That is why Gazprom, the state-owned energy company, has entered a consortium with energy giant Royal Dutch Shell on its Sakhalin-2 project.”: “With the world’s biggest gas reserves, the energy future would seem to belong to Russia.”: Sunday November 27, 2005: READ
Sunday Telegraph: Sibir comes in from the cold: “Simon Bell reports from Salym, western Siberia, as the first oil gushes from a giant new field”: “On Friday afternoon the first oil gushed from the remote oilfield of Salym in western Siberia, jointly owned by the giant Royal Dutch Shell and the British minnow Sibir Energy.”: Sunday 27 November 2005: READ Shell to share expertise on scenario planning and energy at major meeting of young Arab leaders: Sunday 27 November 2005: READ
Peninsula On-line, Qatar: Shell to spend $100m on research at centre: Sunday 27 November 2005: READ
Daily News & Analysis (India): Shell University planned in India: ”Shell, the Anglo-Dutch oil giant, has approached India for setting up a “mini-university” in the country, the first by an oil major. The company is planning a big recruitment and training drive in Asia, particularly India, to increase the technical capability of its staff working in exploration and production.”: “In pursuit of Shell’s growth projections and scarcity of technical staff from traditional sources, Shell will recruit significant numbers of graduate staff in India.“: Sunday, November 27, 2005: READ
San Jose Mercury News: Costs of oil accident mounting: “After Shell Oil Refinery accidentally dispersed 150 gallons of oil in a mist over downtown Martinez, the company could spend $525,000 to $1.05 million just on cleaning oil-stained vehicles.”: Posted Sunday 27 November 2005: READ
Petroleum News (Anchorage, Alaska) Shell: Arctic ‘tantalizing opportunity’: Basins at the top of the world believed to hold 25 percent of undiscovered oil and gas, explaining Shell’s interest in Alaska: 27 November 2005: READ and its sister non-profit websites,,,,,, and are owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia feature.

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