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Shell News Archive Saturday 24 December 2005

Shell News Archive Saturday 24 December 2005

BBC News: Contempt case for Shell over gas: “The oil multinational Shell is facing contempt of court proceedings in Nigeria over gas flaring.”: READ
Sat 24 Dec 2005
 
Reuters: Shell Nigeria reopens one of two attacked pipelines: READ
Sat Dec 24, 2005 2:56 PM GMT
Irish Times: An Taisce wants review of pipeline location “An Taisce has called on Minister for Marine Noel Dempsey to conduct a review of the proposed location for Shell’s onshore gas terminal in north Mayo in the light of a recent Government consultancy study of the controversial onshore pipeline.”: Saturday Dec 24, 2005: READ
 
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL/BARRON’S ONLINE: Looking to Angola for Deep Returns: “Given both the technical challenges of West African development (primarily deepwater) and the inherent geopolitical instability (ask any of Shell’s or Chevron’s employees in the Nigeria Delta region), is West Africa worth the risk?”: Posted Saturday 24 December 2005: READ
 
AP Worldstream: Next Iraqi government must tackle question of who controls Iraqi oil to draw investment: “…security fears could make it tough for the government to draw in companies such as BP PLC, Exxon Mobil Corp. and Royal Dutch Shell PLC…”: “The nation’s proven oil reserves, estimated at about 110 billion barrels, are the world’s third largest after Saudi Arabia and Canada.”: Saturday Dec 24, 2005: READ
 
Irish Times: The year my life changed: “The five Co Mayo men were jailed in June for contempt of court over their opposition to the construction by Shell of the underground Corrib gas pipeline.”: Saturday December 24, 2005: READ
 
The Times: BP doubles corporate ad budget in $150m bid for greener image: “While Shell and Chevron have been keen to promote their images in the UK, their advertising and sponsorship spend in the UK has been far less than that of BP, according to the research. This year, Shell spent an estimated £2.7 million…”: Saturday December 24, 2005: READ
 
Petroleum News: EnCana on full spin cycle: “And, in the thick of all this, rumors persist that it remains in the crosshairs of such global giants as Chevron and Royal Dutch Shell.”: Saturday 24 December 2005: READ
 
The Tide (Nigeria): Shell loses 540,000 barrels in three days: Posted Saturday 24 December 2005: READ
 
Petroleum News: California beckons for Enbridge: That deal came on the heels of BP acquiring sole ownership of the Olympic system by taking over the 40 percent holding of Royal Dutch Shell.: READ
 
PakTribune.com (Pakistan): Petroleum exploration licence for Offshore to Shell joint venture grants: Saturday December 24, 2005: READ
 
Petroleum News: Mackenzie hearings ready to hit the road: “The Mackenzie proponents — Imperial Oil, Shell Canada, ConocoPhillips Canada, ExxonMobil Canada and the Aboriginal Pipeline Group — will also come under intense scrutiny over the fiscal terms they are able to negotiate with the Canadian government.”: Sat 24 Dec 2005: Read
 
Petroleum News: LNG terminal gets FERC go-ahead: “Besides Woodside, the partners are subsidiaries of BHP Billiton, BP, Chevron and Shell, plus Japan Australia LNG (Mitsui and Mitsubishi).”: Saturday 24 December 2005: READ
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