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Daily Telegraph: Database: Energy: Saturday 26 August 2006

• Changes to working hours in the UK offshore industry could force oil and gas companies to close down “large parts” of their industry, according to the UK Offshore Operators Association.

• Sakhalin Energy, an energy venture led by Royal Dutch Shell in Russia’s Far East, rejected a report that it had failed to respond to a list of alleged environmental violations.

• BP said the head of its Texas City, Texas, refinery, who took over after an explosion last year, will leave in the first quarter and be succeeded by a Royal Dutch Shell executive.

• Sonatrach, Algeria’s state oil and gas company, delivered a cargo of liquefied natural gas to the Isle of Grain, Britain’s only LNG terminal, three days early.

• Renesola, a Chinese maker of wafers for solar energy cells that it sells to BP, may issue bonds to expand production as higher oil and gas prices boost demand for renewable energy. and its also non-profit sister websites,,,,, and are all owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia article.

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