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Shell News Archive Wednesday 7 December, 2005

Shell News Archive Wednesday 7 December, 2005

Shell Canada Press Release: Shell announces $250,000 for new Fort McMurray recreational facility: Wednesday December 7, 2005: READ
 
Western People: Shell to Sea re-affirms absolute commitment to protecting environment: “In a statement issued last week, the group said that pickets maintained by local concerned citizens at Shell’s Bellanaboy site have been directed to ensuring that Shell did not engage in any construction work which would facilitate the imposing of the highly dangerous production pipeline through Rossport.”: Wednesday 7 December 2005: READ
The Mayo News (Ireland): The Interview – Maura Harrington: In the eye of a storm: One of the strongest and most doggedly unrelenting voices in the Shell campaign has been Maura Harrington’s: Wednesday 7 December 2005: READ
 
Western People: Shell’s opponents say they have been vindicated: “Opponents of Shell’s proposed onshore Corrib gas pipeline say a report by the World Wildlife Fund has vindicated their stance.”: Wednesday, December 07, 2005: READ
 
Financial Times: Chancellor’s tax rise on oil profits has instant impact on groups: “The big integrated companies, such as Royal Dutch Shell and BP, which rely on the North Sea for less of their revenue stream, will see earnings per share fall between 1 per cent and 3 per cent next year, Deutsche Bank analysts estimated.”: Wednesday 7 December 2005: READ
Reuters: Shell says heartened by Australia, E.Timor gas deal: “An agreement between Australia and East Timor on sharing revenues from the Greater Sunrise gas field was encouraging for the project’s development, Royal Dutch/Shell’s Australian chairman said on Wednesday.”: “Shell’s Australian unit posted a 28 percent decline in annual profit before interest and tax to A$587 million ($440 million) in calendar 2004…”: Wednesday December 7 2005: READ
 
CNW Group Press Release: Shell Global Solutions: Shell Global Solutions Strengthens Presence in North America: Posted Wednesday 7 December 2005: READ
 
Lloyds List: Tax rises will hit investment, oil bosses warn chancellor: “The UK’s largest companies, BP and Shell, plus a host of listed oil firms including BG Group and Venture Production, will be hit hardest by the tax rises from next year.”: Wednesday December 07, 2005: READ
 
Financial Express (India): Investment in energy must be secured, says Shell report: Wednesday, December 07, 2005: READ
 
Royal Gazette (Bermuda): Shell may sell local operations: “Shell is in exploratory talks with potential partners or buyers of the oil giant’s marketing and distribution operations in Bermuda.”: “At this stage some decisions have already been taken, for example Shell is remaining in Chile, Argentina, Brazil and Central America and divesting its fuels businesses in Venezuela, Peru and some of the Caribbean Islands.”: Posted Wednesday 7 December 2005: READ
 
THE EAST AFRICAN: Kenol takes over Shell operations in Rwanda market: “Kenyan oil company, Kenol, has acquired Shell’s operations in Rwanda in a deal estimated to have cost Ksh850 million ($11.3 million).“: Posted Wednesday 7 December 2005: READ
 
Gulf Times: Shell sees drop in Oman production for a 5th year: Posted 7 December 2005: READ
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