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Lobbying bill is inherently unfair

While Greenpeace might find itself facing more burdensome regulation of its campaign against drilling in the Arctic, Shell can avoid any regulation of its efforts to influence government policy in the other direction by using in-house lobbyists.

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The Guardian, Monday 2 September 2013 21.00 BST

Some deficiencies of the transparency of lobbying, non-party campaigning and trade union administration bill have been widely trailed. Part 1 of the bill fails to impose transparency obligations on all but a fraction of professional lobbyists. Meanwhile, the uncertainty of rules on non-party campaigning in part 2 poses a serious threat to campaigning by charities and others (Lobbying bill ‘could put charities at risk of prosecution’, 2 September). read more

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Deliver us from oil thieves —Shell begs Nigerian FG

Worried by the continued stealing of its petroleum products in various parts of the country, Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC), has raised the alarm, pleading with the Federal Government and security agencies to intervene and save the company from imminent collapse.

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Written by  Ebenezer adurokiya-Warri: Monday, 02 September 2013

Worried by the continued stealing of its petroleum products in various parts of the country, Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC), has raised the alarm, pleading with the Federal Government and security agencies to intervene and save the company from imminent collapse.

The situation, according to the Anglo-Dutch multinational, has become worrisome in view of the fact that the company loses over 100,000 barrels of crude oil daily to oil thieves in the Niger Delta, Lagos and other parts of the Western axis of the country. read more

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Chevron, Shell’s Withdrawal From OKLNG Will Not Affect Gas Agenda

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Abuja — The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has allayed the fears that the recent decision of Shell and Chevron Nigeria Limited to withdraw from the Olokola Liquefied Natural Gas Project (OKLNG), may derail the President Goodluck Jonathan’s Gas Revolution Agenda launched in March 2011.

In a statement by the acting Group General Manager, Group Public Affairs Division of the NNPC, Tumini Green, the corporation stated that the gas revolution agenda was not only intact but had since taken off with a significant progress in gas supply for power generation and industrial usage. read more

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Woodside’s Partners Back Plan for Browse Gas Project With Shell

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By James Paton: September 02, 2013

Woodside Petroleum Ltd. (WPL), Australia’s second-largest oil producer, said its partners in the Browse project support a plan to use Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSA)’s floating liquefied natural gas technology.

Woodside expects to consider starting engineering and design work on the LNG venture in 2014, the Perth-based company said today in a statement. PetroChina Co., BP Plc (BP/), Shell, Mitsui & Co. and Mitsubishi Corp. (8058) are partners.

The offshore option will cost an estimated $46 billion over the life of the Browse project, compared with about $70 billion for an onshore development on the coast of Western Australia, Mark Greenwood, a Sydney-based analyst at Citigroup Inc., said today by phone. read more

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