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Iraq lawmaker says Shell deal lacks transparency

The head of Iraq's parliamentary Oil and Gas Committee said on Saturday he was concerned about a lack of transparency in a flare gas contract which the government has signed with oil major Royal Dutch Shell.

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Shell says it will pay landowners’ legal bills

RENSSELAERVILLE — Shell WindEnergy Inc. has offered to pay legal expenses for landowners in the Albany County hill towns who had considered leasing their land to Shell for two large wind farms.

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Blow to Brown as BP scraps British renewables plan to focus on US

BP has dropped all plans to build wind farms and other renewable schemes in Britain and is instead concentrating the bulk of its $8bn (£5bn) renewables spending programme on the US, where government incentives for clean energy projects can provide a convenient tax shelter for oil and gas revenues.

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Setback for Government’s green agenda as BP quits key projects

Times Online The Times November 8, 2008 BP says that it is abandoning Britain's wind-energy industry and withdrawing from a competition to build a demonstration carbon-capture and storageplant

Government plans for Britain to become a world leader in clean energy technology suffered a double setback yesterday after BP said that it was abandoning the country’s wind energy industry and pulling out of a competition to build a demonstration carbon-capture and storage plant.

The oil company informed the Government last week that it would no longer be submitting a bid for a government-funded scheme to develop a coal-fired power plant using carbon capture and storage (CCS), an experimental technology that strips out CO2 emissions for safe storage. The CCS competition was announced in November last year and is a key feature of the Government’s plans to fight climate change while creating one million green-collar jobs in renewable energy. read more

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