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Shell News Archive Sunday 11 December 2005

Shell News Archive Sunday 11 December 2005

The Sunday Times – Business: Trafalgar battles in court for Shell’s minority shareholders: “A LEADING London-based hedge fund is planning to scupper Royal Dutch Shell’s plans to complete its corporate restructuring this week.”: “Trafalgar claims Shell has behaved improperly in its conduct of the merger…”: “Trafalgar claims Shell acted “in violation of the system of law … with the aim or consequence of squeezing out all minority shareholders”.: Sunday December 11, 2005: READ
BLOOMBERG: Shell Lacks Oil Sources, Merrill Says, Telegraaf Reports: “Royal Dutch Shell Plc isn’t succeeding in finding enough new sources of oil, according to Robin Batchelor, a fund manager at Merrill Lynch & Co., De Telegraaf newspaper reported.”: “Batchelor, who heads the $3.7 billion World Energy Fund, sold all of his shares in Shell last year after the company overstated its oil reserves, the newspaper said.”: “Batchelor said he isn’t planning on buying Shell stock “anytime soon,” the paper reported.”: Posted Sunday 11 December 2005: READ
Gulf Times (Qatar): China may drill field that Shell rejected: “Shell and Chevron each have a 45% stake in a $4.5bn project to tap natural gas from 3,000 meters below sea level in the same field off the Philippine island of Palawan.”: Published: Sunday, 11 December, 2005: READ
The Asian Age India: As Shell picks China, India Inc. stands united: “Dr Albert Bressand, vice-president, global business environment, Royal Dutch Shell plc, was in Mumbai on Friday, delivering Shell’s “Global Scenarios to 2025”: Sunday 11 December 2005: READ (India): India moving closer to China: “Moreover, India’s growth rate is close to that of China despite having a high disparity in savings. These were some of the comparisons tossed up at a panel discussion at the Global Scenario 2025 organised here by Shell on Friday.”: Posted Sunday 11 December 2005: READ
The Guardian: Major fuel depot supplied two airports: “The depot itself first came into use in 1968 but for the last 15 years has been run as a joint venture by oil giants Total and Texaco. It is also used by the other leading petrol firms BP and Shell.”: Sunday December 11, 2005: READ and its also non-profit sister websites,,,,, and are all owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia article.

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