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Shell’s QGC JV plans for new gas drilling phase in Australia

February 9, 2022

OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY

Shell’s QGC JV plans for new gas drilling phase in Australia

Shell has announced that its Queensland Gas Co. (QGC) joint venture (JV) plans to enter a new drilling phase for natural gas, onshore Queensland, Australia.

The work will be carried out together with JV partners China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC), and Japan’s Tokyo Gas. Shell is the operator and holds a majority interest in the QGC venture.

Between 2022 and 2024, the QGC will drill approximately 145 new gas wells in the Western Downs region of Queensland. read more

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Shell secures Scottish wind farm bids with Iberdrola’s ScottishPower

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Shell secures Scottish wind farm bids with Iberdrola’s ScottishPower

Mon, 17th Jan 2022 11:55

Alliance News) – Royal Dutch Shell PLC said Monday its joint ventures with Iberdrola SA’s ScottishPower have won multiple bids to develop 5 gigawatts of floating wind power in Scotland.

Shell and ScottishPower won two sites representing a total of 5 GW off the east and north-east coast of Scotland.

Wael Sawan, Integrated Gas & Renewables and Energy Solutions Director at Shell, said: “Shell and ScottishPower can now look forward to generating floating wind power at significant scale in the UK to accelerate the country’s transition towards net zero. read more

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North Sea gas: Government balancing on environmental tightrope as Shell plans drilling in Jackdaw field

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North Sea gas: Government balancing on environmental tightrope as Shell plans drilling in Jackdaw field

: Climate change correspondent

Tuesday, 11 Jan 2022

Deep in the North Sea, 150 miles directly east of Aberdeen, lies an enormous and as yet undrilled gas field called Jackdaw.

Its owner Shell has described the field as “critical” to its North Sea strategy.

In October 2021 the government’s environmental regulator for the offshore fossil fuel industry rejected Shell’s plans to drill on as-yet unspecified environmental grounds.

But Europe’s largest oil and gas group isn’t giving up, submitting revised proposals and, as a spokesperson told Sky News, continuing to “work with the regulator to explore options around developing the Jackdaw field”. read more

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Exxon and Shell join Scottish carbon capture project

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Exxon and Shell join Scottish carbon capture project

, Energy Editor: 16 JULY 2021

The Acorn carbon capture and storage project in north-east Scotland has signed provisional deals with customers including ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch Shell and a company backed by Kuwait’s sovereign wealth fund, bringing together some of the largest operators in the UK North Sea.

The memorandums of understanding announced on Friday cover two of the three terminals at St Fergus, one of which is jointly owned by ExxonMobil and Shell. read more

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