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Faroe, Shell and Spirit in drilling deal

Faroe Petroleum is working with Royal Dutch Shell and Spirit Energy over a drilling decision on a large North Sea prospect this year. The Edinburgh area covers blocks in British and Norwegian waters and is described as one of the largest undrilled structures in the central North Sea.

The three companies have agreed to take an equal share of equity on each of the four licence blocks the area covers, leaving Faroe with 45 per cent, Shell 40 per cent and Spirit with 15 per cent. Faroe, founded in 1997, is being taken over by DNO, its largest shareholder, for 160p a share, which values the company at more than £640 million. read more

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Can Royal Dutch Shell’s Cash Flows Remain Consistent?

A tanker truck enters a Royal Dutch Shell Plc facility in Loving County, Texas, on Monday, Dec. 17, 2018. (Photographer: Angus Mordant/Bloomberg)© 2018 BLOOMBERG FINANCE LP

Royal Dutch Shell (NYSE: RDS.A), saw profits surge in the last quarter, as improvements to capital efficiency has meant the company reported a strong quarter. With oil prices falling into the twenty’s a couple of years ago, Shell decided to re-focus its strategy. Previously it had focused on acquiring assets, and paid little attention to quality. When the oil prices fell, it had to quickly re-strategize to keep profitability up, and the strategy has paid off. Gas and exploration income almost doubled from the previous year, and the upstream segment of the company saw significant increases. Along with the increase in income, profits almost tripled from the previous year . read more

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Shell appoints Sawan as upstream boss, replacing Brown

Ron Bousso: January 17, 2019 LONDON (Reuters) – Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L) has appointed Wael Sawan to head its oil and gas production division, replacing Andy Brown who will step down after 35 years at the Anglo-Dutch company. Sawan, 44, a Canadian citizen of Lebanese origin, currently heads Shell’s deepwater operations, one of the company’s cash growth engines in recent years. He joined Shell in 1997.

Brown, 56, will remain a member of Shell’s executive committee until his departure on Sept. 30, Shell said in a statement. read more

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Dutch citizens demand end to quake-hit Groningen gas production

Angry Dutch citizens on Thursday will ask their country’s highest court to put an immediate end to gas production in the Groningen region due to the risk of life-endangering earthquakes.

17 Jan 2019 

THE HAGUE: Angry Dutch citizens on Thursday will ask their country’s highest court to put an immediate end to gas production in the Groningen region due to the risk of life-endangering earthquakes.

Decades of extraction from what once was Europe’s largest natural gas field have led to dozens of minor tremors every year, damaging thousands of homes and sparking unrest among locals.

An unusually severe, magnitude 3.4 quake prompted the Dutch government last year to decide to end production by 2030 and to lower it as quickly as possible in coming years. read more

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