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Shell News Archive Saturday 17 December 2005

Shell News Archive Saturday 17 December 2005

The Scotsman: Shell in North Sea cuts after tax hike: “ENERGY giant Shell has slashed investment in its future North Sea drilling programmes by a third – less than two weeks after Chancellor Gordon Brown levied his controversial tax hike on fuel production.”: Saturday 17 December 2005: READ
Gulf Times: Shell will settle rest of buyout: The proposed buyout price of 52.21 euros a share, which Royal Dutch Petroleum shareholders approved at an extraordinary shareholders meeting in The Hague yesterday, is still subject to arbitration by the Court of Appeals in Amsterdam sometime next year, Shell said in a statement.”: “The court is expected to rule on the case later in 2006.”: Published: Saturday, 17 December, 2005, 09:18 AM Doha Time: READ
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: The Week in Review: “Big Oil Goes Hunting”: “Possible bidders include Royal Dutch Shell, Total and industry leader Exxon Mobil.”: Saturday 17 December 2005: READ
Business News Americas: Shell faces US$590,000 fine for pipeline leak – Chile: “The SEC based its decision to enforce the fine on the discovery that the pipeline was not properly maintained or inspected, and also lacked proper protection against external corrosion, the paper reported.”: Posted Saturday 17 2005: READ
NewRatings: BG Early Trinidad Start Contrasts With Shell: “BG’s (BRG) early start in new Trinidad plant contrasts with project delays faced by Royal Dutch Shell (RDSB.LN), says Numis.”: Posted Saturday 17 December 2005: READ
Business News Americas: Shell eyes Orinoco belt crude upgrader, natgas E&P licenses – Venezuela: “Anglo-Dutch oil major Shell is discussing with the Venezuelan government the possibility of developing a project to upgrade extra-heavy crude from the Orinoco oil belt, Shell Venezuela president Sean Rooney told BNamericas.”: Posted Saturday 17 December 2005: READ
Oil & Gas Journal: Sakhalin II Phase 2 clears EDRB hurdle: “EDRB’s fit-for-purpose declaration allows the start of a 120-day period of public disclosure of and consultation on the project’s environmental, social, health, and safety issues and mitigation documentation.”: Posted Saturday 17 December 2005: READ
The New York Times: India Blocks ONGC in Nigeria, Clears Brazil Effort: “Exxon’s partners in BC-10 are Royal Dutch Shell and Brazilian state company Petrobras. Block operator Shell aimed to declare it commercially viable this year.”: Posted Sat 17 Dec 2005: READ and its sister non-profit websites,,,,,, and are owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia feature.

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