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PROFESSORS LETTER TO SHELL CEO PETER VOSER & SHELL ALASKA VP PETER SLAIBY

HI John and Alfred —

First of all, your website is wonderful!

And FYI, you may be interested in the attached letter, which I sent to Shell at the Hague and here in Anchorage tonight.  I am trying to pin them down on some commitments prior to their Arctic offshore drilling commences this summer here in Alaska.  Feel free to post, circulate, etc….

Thanks, and keep up your great work on your website!

Rick Steiner, Professor
Oasis Earth
Anchorage, Alaska
907-360-4503
www.oasis-earth.com read more

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Shell says Arrow Gladstone LNG plant still on

Reuters

10:02 p.m. CDT, May 13, 2012

ADELAIDE (Reuters) – Royal Dutch Shell still plans to build a liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant at the Australian port of Gladstone as part of its Arrow LNG development despite reports of rising costs, Shell Australia chairwoman Ann Pickard said on Monday.

Earlier this month, a source close to Arrow LNG, a joint venture between Shell and PetroChina , said costs may rise as much as 50 percent from initial estimates, which could force the companies to delay development.

“Obviously Shell has its own numbers, Arrow has its numbers, and PetroChina, our 50 percent partner, have their own numbers. From a Shell perspective, the project looks fine to me, but we are pretty conservative on our numbers. I don’t see any blowout or increases,” Pickard told reporters on the sidelines of an oil and gas industry conference in Adelaide. read more

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Shell Nigeria Loses 43,000 Barrels of Crude a Day to Theft

Shell Nigeria Loses 43,000 Barrels of Crude a Day to Theft

By Maram Mazen – May 14, 2012 12:00 AM GMT+0100

The Shell Petroleum Development Co. of Nigeria Ltd. said it’s losing at least 43,000 barrels of crude oil a day to theft.

Most of the theft targets the Nembe Creek Trunkline and the Trans Niger Pipeline, the company’s major pipelines in eastern Niger Delta, the Nigeria unit of Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSA) said today in an e-mailed statement.

The company said it closed the Nembe Creek line May 2 to remove more than 50 illegal bunkering points. Last year, oil spills caused by sabotage and theft accounted for 77 percent of total spilled volume, the company said. read more

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Carbon Sciences / Shell PR propaganda

press release

May 14, 2012, 3:01 a.m. EDT

Shell Executives’ Comments Confirm the Validity of Carbon Sciences’ Business Opportunity

Exclusive Oil & Gas Middle East Interview Reveals Royal Dutch Shell’s View of the Future Role of Natural Gas and the Importance of Catalyst Technology

SANTA BARBARA, CA, May 14, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — Carbon Sciences Inc. CABN +7.84% , the developer of a breakthrough technology to make transportation fuels, hydrogen and other valuable products from natural gas, today responded to comments made by key Royal Dutch Shell executives about the future role of natural gas and the importance of catalyst technology.

In an exclusive interview published by Oil & Gas Middle East on May 8, Wael Sawan, the new man at the top for Shell in Qatar, commented on energy demand and the role of natural gas, “At Shell, we believe global energy demand is likely to double in the first half of this century. This demand will be driven by a rising global population, which has just reached 7 billion on its way to over 9 billion by 2050, and by strong growth in the emerging economies. To keep pace with demand, the world will need to invest in excess of $1 trillion per year globally in the total energy supply chain.” read more

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