All publications by tag «SHELL»
2014, November, 9, 13:30:00SHELL & CANADA LNG: $35 BLN
A liquefied natural gas export plant proposed for Canada’s Pacific coast and backed by Royal Dutch Shell PLC could cost up to 40 billion Canadian dollars ($35.3 billion), according to a regulatory filing with the British Columbia government.
2014, November, 5, 20:20:00SHELL 3RD Q RESULTS
Royal Dutch Shell plc third quarter 2014 results
2014, October, 30, 18:50:00SHELL: UP TO $5.27 BLN
Royal Dutch Shell Posts Rise in Profit
2014, October, 28, 23:10:00BP AIMS TO SELL $10 BLN
BP posts slump in Russian income but raises dividend
2014, October, 28, 23:05:00NORWAY & UK RISKS
Big oil and gas finds in waters along Europe's northern edge may remain undeveloped now that oil prices have dropped, keeping potential supply of over a billion barrels of oil equivalent out of the market for the foreseeable future.
2014, October, 16, 21:20:00S.AFRICA: 9 BLN BBL OIL
South African President Jacob Zuma outlined ambitious plans on Wednesday for oil andgas exploration in coastal waters that he said could contain as much as 9 billion barrels of crude and vast quantities of natural gas.
2014, October, 14, 20:20:00ROSNEFT HIRES ZAIWALLA
Russian oil giant OAO Rosneft is devising a legal strategy to fight Western sanctions in European courts, according to people familiar with the strategy—a tactic modeled on the so-far successful legal campaign waged by Iran’s Bank Mellat.
2014, October, 11, 19:35:00OIL MAJORS RAN: $55 BLN
This year's fall in energy prices is hastening the decline of big oil, as the seven Western majors sell-off assets, cut investment, return money to shareholders and shrink in size, leaving ever more output to small producers and state firms.
2014, October, 11, 19:05:00KASHAGAN: RISE $4 BLN
The cost of Kashagan, already the world’s most expensive oil project, is set to rise by nearly $4bn as the companies developing it are forced to replace 200km of leaking pipelines.
2014, October, 9, 20:05:00EU: CANADA OIL
Canada scored a victory Tuesday when the European Union ditched plans to label oil derived from oil sands as dirtier than other forms of crude, removing a major potential obstacle to exporting the controversial fuel to Europe.