All publications by tag «SHELL»
2021, September, 21, 12:30:00SHELL, CONOCO AGREEMENT $9.5 BLN
Shell Enterprises LLC, a subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell plc, has reached an agreement for the sale of its Permian business to ConocoPhillips, a leading shales developer in the basin, for $9.5 billion in cash.
2021, March, 17, 14:00:00ГАЗПРОМ, SHELL: СТРАТЕГИЧЕСКОЕ СОТРУДНИЧЕСТВО
ПАО «Газпром» и концерн Shell заключили Соглашение о стратегическом сотрудничестве сроком на пять лет.
2021, March, 12, 11:10:00SHELL LOSS $21.7 BLN
Royal Dutch Shell plc published its Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended December 31, 2020.
2021, March, 2, 12:10:00SHELL INVESTMENT FOR EGYPT $0.9 BLN
Shell Egypt and one of its affiliates have signed an agreement with a consortium made up of subsidiaries of Cheiron Petroleum Corporation and Cairn Energy PLC to acquire Shell’s upstream assets in Egypt’s Western Desert
2021, February, 11, 14:10:00SHELL OIL PRODUCTION WILL DOWN
An expected gradual reduction in oil production of around 1-2% each year, including divestments and natural decline.
2020, December, 21, 12:45:00SHELL OIL PRODUCTION 2.3 MBD
Shell oil production is expected to be between 2,275 and 2,350 thousand barrels of oil equivalent per day,
2020, October, 29, 16:30:00SHELL INCOME $489 MLN
Income attributable to Royal Dutch Shell plc shareholders was $0.5 billion for the third quarter 2020
2020, October, 26, 13:25:00ENERGY DECARBONIZATION PARTNERSHIP
bp, Eni, Equinor, National Grid, Shell and Total form Northern Endurance Partnership to develop offshore carbon dioxide infrastructure in the UK North Sea, with bp as operator
2020, September, 30, 12:40:00SHELL WILL CUT 9,000 JOBS
Shell job reductions of 7,000 to 9,000 are expected (including around 1,500 people who have agreed to take voluntary redundancy this year) by the end of 2022.
2020, September, 15, 12:45:00SHELL CUTS THE COSTS
Shell’s new cost-cutting review, known internally as Project Reshape and expected to be completed this year, will affect its three main divisions and any savings will come on top of a $4 billion target set in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.