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Shell News Archive Friday 30 December 2005

Shell News Archive Friday 30 December 2005

Daily Mail: Shell mulls a move on Texan giant: “ROYAL Dutch Shell is one of several companies mulling a bid for a Texas gas group that could cost $1bn ($600m) according to US reports.”: Friday 30 December 2005: READ
 
Financial Times: FSA fines grow in size but decline in numbers: “Royal Dutch Shell suffered the largest fine of 2004 – £17m – in the wake of scandal over its oil and gas reserves misstatement.”: “This year the regulator has faced questions, caused by the Royal Dutch Shell case, about its ability to pin the blame on high-profile individuals. The FSA said in November that it would not take any action against Sir Philip Watts, former chairman of the oil group, or any other executives, but that it stood by the fine imposed on the company itself.”: Friday 30 December 2005: READ
 
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: Demand for natural gas ignites shares of Woodside Petroleum: “High oil prices mean that Shell has plenty of cash to do a deal. But a new Woodside takeover costing around A$30 billion is considered unlikely.”: Friday 30 December 2005: READ
 
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: From Nikkei: Japan Oil Firms Getting Into Gas-to-Liquid Fuels: “Showa Shell has procured 2,000kl of the kerosene alternative from a Malaysian GTL plant of Royal Dutch/Shell Group.”: Friday 30 December 2005: READ
 
Daily Telegraph: City sandwich: “Royal Dutch Shell: Jorma Ollia, chairman and chief executive of Nokia, takes over from Aad Jacobs as chairman.”: Friday 30 December 2005: READ
 
TheEdgeDaily.com: Shell M’sia Petronas Carigali field delivers first gas: “Shell Malaysia and Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd’s jointly operated new Shallow Clastics satellite field off Sarawak, has delivered the first gas ahead of schedule.”: “Shell Malaysia chairman Datuk Jon Chadwick said this milestone was an important contribution to delivering Shell Malaysia’s objective of more integrated gas.”:  Friday 30 December 2005: READ
Daily Telegraph: Petrol retailers call for shortages ‘tsar’: Friday 30 December 2005: READ
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