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Royal Dutch Shell Plc .com: “Live chat” comments on Shell Brent Scandal

From our “Live Chat” facility 9 July 2006

“A number of ESDV’s had their leak-off test results falsified which may be a criminal offence and which coincidentally was exactly the same finding as in 1999”

“97 temp repairs on pipework of which 40 of which were not approved”

“56 gas detectors, 26 toxic gas detectors, 9 oil mist detectors, 5 flame detectors, 1 smoke detector, and 1 General Platform Alarm point that failed to danger”

Posted on “Live Chat” 10 July 2006 read more

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Royal Dutch Shell Plc .com: biofuels from food crops: Shell backtracks on morally inappropriate comment

From Planetark.com/Reuters
Planetark.com Headline: INTERVIEW – Shell Plans Cleaner Second Generation of Biofuels

 
UK: July 10, 2006

LONDON – Royal Dutch Shell aims to develop a second generation of biofuels that diminishes their impact on climate change and competition with food crops, the company’s head of biofuels said on Friday. 

But Darran Messem distanced the group from comments by a senior Shell executive in Singapore, quoted by Reuters, that generating biofuels from food crops was morally inappropriate as long as there are people in the world who are starving. “The comments made yesterday do not fully represent Shell’s policy or position on biofuels,” he said. read more

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Royal Dutch Shell Plc .com: Oil Prices Ease Ahead of Iranian Nuclear Talks

From The New York Times
By REUTERS
Published: July 9, 2006
Filed at 8:59 p.m. ET

SYDNEY (Reuters) – U.S. crude futures opened lower on Monday, extending the previous session’s 1.4 percent fall on expectations of progress in talks on Iran’s nuclear program.

Oil slid further back from Friday’s record intra-day high of $75.78 a barrel on signs of easing tension between the West and Iran, with European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana set to meet Iranian representatives on Tuesday. read more

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Royal Dutch Shell Plc .com: GLOBAL COS EYE STAKE IN GAS FIELD OF GUJARAT STATE PETROLEUM

From Asia Pulse
Published: Jul 10, 2006

NEW DELHI, July 10 Asia Pulse – Over a dozen energy companies including ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch Shell, BP Plc, BG Group and Total have shown interest in picking a stake in Gujarat State Petroleum Corp’s (GSPC) gas field off the Andhra coast.

“We have received interest from many global companies. I cannot disclose their names but the response in encouraging,” GSPC Managing Director D J Pandian said from Ahmedabad.

Industry sources said at least a dozen firms including ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch Shell, BP Plc, UK’s BG Group, Total of France, Brazil’s Petrobras, Petronas of Malaysia, Italy’s ENI, Statoil of Norway, Spain’s Repsol YPF, US-based Anadarko Petroleum Corp., Canada’s Husky Energy Inc. and United Arab Emirates-based Crescent Petroleum. read more

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Royal Dutch Shell Plc .com: Canada’s oilsands rush hits the buffers

From The Financial Times
By Bernard Simon in Toronto

Published: July 10 2006 03:00 | Last updated: July 10 2006 03:00

Politicians seldom balk at a company offering their area a multi-billion dollar investment.

But the regional municipality that includes the Alberta town of Fort McMurray will tell regulators this month that its over-stretched services cannot cope with a planned C$6bn (£2.9bn) expansion of Suncor Energy’s nearby oilsands operation.

Fort McMurray is at the centre of one of north America’s most frenzied resource booms since the Klondike gold rush of 1897. read more

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