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Woodside Says It’s Not for Sale Amid BHP Speculation

BHP, the world’s largest mining company, may be interested in buying Woodside with the approval of 34 percent shareholder Royal Dutch Shell Plc, the Australian Financial Review’s Street Talk column said yesterday.

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Shell’s borrowing needs cut with oil at about $80: report

Reuters

Tue Nov 24, 2009 7:35pm EST

LONDON (Reuters) – Royal Dutch Shell’s (RDSa.L) (RDSa.L) chief executive is forecasting that the oil giant will not need to borrow any more money if oil remains at about $80 a barrel, the financial Times reported in its Wednesday editions.

The comments from Peter Voser, are a sign of how the oil industry has recovered from its lows earlier this year, the FT said.

Oil prices have risen from below $33 a barrel last December, although they are still around 48 percent lower than a record above $147 reached in July 2008. U.S. crude for January delivery is at about $76 a barrel. <O/R> read more

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Shell seeks stake in giant Russian gasfield

Royal Dutch Shell is hopeful that it will gain an equity stake in a giant Russian gas field that could supply all of the world’s needs for a decade. Peter Voser, Shell’s chief executive, said that talks with the Russian government about the Yamal project in the Siberian Arctic were progressing well.

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Shell steps on the gas in Qatar

Shell’s gas-to-liquid project in Qatar

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• Shell’s chief executive reveals two $18bn gas projects
• Despite oil expansion, gas is key to company’s future

Tim Webb
guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 24 November 2009 21.06 GMT

Peter Voser is reeling off Shell’s projects to develop the next generation of biofuels when he gets to its algae scheme in Hawaii. He stops mid-sentence with a doleful look on his face. “I’ve never been to Hawaii,” says Voser, whose whistle-stop tour of Shell’s operations around the world most recently took him to Qatar and Nigeria. “Such are our hardships,” he jokes. read more

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