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Shell resumes production at massive floating LNG plant

Shell resumes production at massive floating LNG plant

Article by Adam Duckett: 14JAN 2021

SHELL has resumed production of LNG from its huge floating processing plant – Prelude – following a series of project setbacks that halted output for almost a year.

The oil major said this week: “LNG cargoes have resumed from Shell’s Prelude FLNG facility.”

Shell repeated the statement it has made in response to a series of setbacks at the project, which at 488 m long is the largest ship ever built: “Prelude is a multi-decade project, and our focus remains on delivering sustained performance over the long-term.” read more

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Investors see splits among energy company climate efforts

Investors see splits among energy company climate efforts

(Reuters) – Investors are judging how well energy companies have reoriented their businesses to cut emissions as they weigh activists’ calls for divestment, climate finance specialists said on Thursday.

Growing differences between oil majors have clarified when companies are positioned to achieve “net-zero” emissions, becoming more focused on renewable power and offsetting remaining greenhouse gas emissions with measures like carbon sequestration or conservation efforts, specialists said at a Reuters Next panel held online. read more

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Shell-Exxon aims at $2.5 bln in Dutch subsidies for carbon storage

Shell-Exxon aims at $2.5 bln in Dutch subsidies for carbon storage

Thu, January 14, 2021, 6:17 PM

AMSTERDAM, Jan 14 (Reuters) – A consortium that includes oil majors Royal Dutch Shell and ExxonMobil has requested a total of 2.1 billion euros ($2.55 billion) in subsidies for a project to store CO2 gasses in empty Dutch gas fields in the North Sea, the Dutch Economy ministry said on Thursday.

The subsidies were requested together with industrial gas suppliers Air Liquide and Air Products for a project which aims to capture carbon dioxide emitted by factories and refineries in the Rotterdam port area in order to significantly reduce emissions in Europe’s largest sea port. read more

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Research on external factors (suppliers, customers, competition, environment, etc) influencing Royal Dutch Shell

AskWonder.com: Research on external factors (suppliers, customers, competition, environment, etc) that are influencing Royal Dutch Shell at the moment. Delivered January 30th, 2017.

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Aberdeen job cuts loom as Shell retrenches in North Sea

Aberdeen job cuts loom as Shell retrenches in North Sea

By Mark Williamson : Group Business Correspondent

ROYAL Dutch Shell has announced plans to cut around 330 jobs in its UK North Sea oil and gas business which is run from Aberdeen.

The cuts will reduce total employee numbers in the Anglo-Dutch giant’s North Sea business to around 1,000.

It is understood the bulk of the cuts will affect office-based roles in Aberdeen.

The cuts are being made under a programme initiated by Shell amid the oil price plunge that was triggered by the coronavirus crisis. read more

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Shell resumes LNG shipments from world’s largest floating structure

Shell resumes LNG shipments from world’s largest floating structure

Jan. 11, 2021 11:46 AM ET Royal Dutch Shell plc (RDS.A)By Carl SurranSA News Editor (Comments)

  • Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A -0.8%) says cargo shipments have resumed at its 3.6M mt/yr Prelude floating LNG offshore Western Australia, 11 months after it went offline because of technical issues.
  • Prelude FLNG in the Browse basin has been plagued by technical issues since it started shipments in June 2019.
  •  The Symphonic Breeze LNG carrier is scheduled to arrive at Japan’s Himeji port on Jan. 16 after leaving Prelude on Jan. 9, and the Gaslog Glasgow is scheduled to arrive at Prelude on Jan. 21, Argus reports.
  • Prelude’s restart follows a spike in prices for northeast Asian spot liquefied natural gas as colder than expected weather in northeast Asia has fueled urgent demand for cargoes.
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    Fishermen lose out as oil giant Shell delays survey on gasfields off Whitby and Scarborough

    Fishermen lose out as oil giant Shell delays survey on gasfields off Whitby and Scarborough

    Anglo-Dutch oil giant Shell has postponed a seismic survey on two gasfields off the North Yorkshire coast, disappointing fishermen who were in line for tens of thousands of pounds of compensation.

    By Alexandra Wood: Saturday, 9th January 2021, 6:00 am

    The energy firm had been looking to conduct the 3D survey on the Resolution – first discovered in 1966 – and Endeavour gasfields in the first quarter of this year, but said it needed more time to “conclude agreements with commercial and other stakeholders in the area”. read more

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    Shell postpones North Sea seismic job due to fishing, environmental concerns

    Shell postpones North Sea seismic job due to fishing, environmental concerns

    Shell has postponed a 3D seismic survey in the UK North Sea after weighing up the impacts on fishing businesses and the environment. By Mark Lammey: 06/01/2021, 7:45 am Partner Egdon Resources said the survey of the Resolution and Endeavour gas discoveries would take place in February 2022, rather than in the first quarter of this year.

    Operator Shell made the decision following “extensive stakeholder engagement” and the revision of the environmental impact assessment.

    The oil giant concluded that the commercial impact on local fishing businesses, along with potential impacts on marine mammalian movements, the breeding season for sea birds and tourism, meant it would be better to do the work in February.

    The survey had originally been scheduled for March or April 2021. read more

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    SHELL INVESTS IN QUEBEC’S FIRST WASTE TO LOW-CARBON FUELS PLANT

    SHELL INVESTS IN QUEBEC’S FIRST WASTE TO LOW-CARBON FUELS PLANT

    Jan. 05, 2021

    Shell Canada Limited, an affiliate of Royal Dutch Shell plc (“Shell”), today announced the signing of commercial agreements to invest in Varennes Carbon Recycling, the first waste to low-carbon fuels plant in Québec, Canada.

    Calgary, AB – Shell will have a 40% interest in the plant using technology developed by Enerkem, a leading Canadian clean tech company. Enerkem announced the project in December 2020, subject to finalization of commercial agreements. read more

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