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I noticed some debate in your blog about ‘price fixing’, with the Royal Dutch Shell loyalists claiming it was all the fault of ‘big government’. Right. If you believe that then you will believe that pigs can fly. Here are some articles relating to ‘price fixing’ by ‘big oil’.  Price fixing by Big Oil ??? Say it is not so !!! It is all due to Evil Bureaucrats in Big Government meddling in free markets.

Judge approves class action lawsuit against alleged gas cartel in … read more

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BP selling Norway stake to Shell for $240 mln

September 13, 2012|Steve Gelsi

NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — BP PLC (US:bp)(UK:bp) said Thursday it agreed to sell for $240 million in cash its 18.4% non-operated interest in the Draugen field in the Norwegian Sea to a unit of Royal Dutch Shell (US:rdsa)(UK:rdsa).

“The agreement is a further example of BP’s active management of its portfolio in the North Sea, focusing on high value assets with long term potential growth,” BP said. BP said it’s in final stages of completing two major projects in Norway, the Skarv field and the re-development of the Valhall field. read more

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Shell Gains Boost in Shale Output With Latest Deal

A version of this article appeared September 14, 2012, on page B3 in the U.S. edition of The Wall Street Journal, with the headline: Shell Gains Boost In Shale Output With Latest Deal.

By ÁNGEL GONZÁLEZ and ALEXIS FLYNN

HOUSTON—Royal Dutch Shell RDSA +2.11% PLC has made its name in the U.S. as a big oil and gas producer in the Gulf of Mexico. But in less than five years, oil from shale could play a role that is almost as important in the Anglo-Dutch energy company’s North American output.

Since the beginning of the past decade, Shell has been acquiring unconventional oil and gas acreage, an effort that it stepped up in 2008 with investments in British Columbia and in 2010 with strategic purchases in south Texas’ Eagle Ford Shale and in the prolific Marcellus Shale in the U.S. Northeast. read more

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