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Caring For Planet Earth

BruneiDirect.Com: Caring For Planet Earth

By Liza Mohd

Posted 23 August 04

Bandar Seri Begawan – As part of its ongoing efforts to contribute towards a sustainable environment, Brunei Shell Petroleum Company Sdn Bhd (BSP) yesterday organised the `Environmental Care Day’ at the Anduki Recreational Park.

The event was initiated by the Corporate External Affairs Department with the support of the Belait District Office, Municipal Department, PEMBELA and Brunei Shell Ladies Association (BSLA).

The event was graced by Acting Managing Director of BSP Awg Hj Zainal Abidin bin Hj MohdAli and his spouse Datin Hjh Hayati, who is head of the BSLA. read more

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Shell to sell stake in Thai refinery

Washington Times: Shell to sell stake in Thai refinery

Posted 23 August 04

Bangkok, Thailand, Aug. 22 (UPI) — Shell International Holdings Ltd sealed an agreement Sunday to sell its 64 percent stake in Thailand’s Rayong Refinery Co to state giant PTT Plc for $5 million.

PTT must also inject up to $250 million to recapitalize the refinery as part of its $1.33-billion debt restructuring, the Bangkok Post reported Sunday.

PTT already holds the other 36 percent of the refinery’s paid-up capital. Under the agreement, it will buy 242.67 million shares of RRC and supply petroleum products to Shell under a 10-year contract. read more

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Nigeria gas consortium ‘evasive’, says probe chief

Financial Times: Nigeria gas consortium ‘evasive’, says probe chief

By Michael Peel in Lagos

Published: August 23 2004

The leader of a Nigerian parliamentary investigation into the $180m alleged bribery case against a group of construction companies, including a Halliburton subsidiary, has attacked the consortium for being “evasive” and reluctant to provide evidence.

Chudi Offodile, chairman of the House of Representatives public petitions committee, said the committee had made an interim recommendation that the TSKJ consortium be barred until the end of the inquiry from taking future work in Nigeria, where it is building a $12bn (€9.7bn, £6.6bn) gas project jointly owned by the government and Royal Dutch/Shell, Total and Eni, the oil companies. read more

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