All publications by tag «SHELL»
2020, August, 3, 12:05:00SHELL, ENECO RENEWABLE INVESTMENT
The CrossWind consortium, a joint venture between Shell in the Netherlands and Eneco, is delighted to have been awarded the tender for the subsidy-free offshore wind farm Hollandse Kust (noord).
2020, July, 30, 11:35:00SHELL LOSS $18 BLN
Income attributable to Royal Dutch Shell plc shareholders was a loss of $18.1 billion for the second quarter 2020
2020, June, 30, 12:15:00SHELL WRITE OFFS $22 BLN
Shell, the world’s largest fuel retailer, said it expected a 40% drop in sales in the second quarter from a year earlier to about 4 million barrels per day (bpd), although that is more than its earlier prediction of a drop to 3.5 million bpd.
2020, May, 14, 15:45:00SHELL INVESTMENT TO NIGERIA'S LNG
Shell announced that all conditions for its Final Investment Decision (FID) on a new LNG processing unit at Nigeria LNG (NLNG) have now been met.
2020, May, 8, 11:30:00SHELL, ENECO WIND POWER
Shell and Eneco are participating in the tender for Hollandse Kust (noord) through their joint venture CrossWind.
2020, April, 29, 12:25:00SHELL LNG NEED CHINA MARKET
Jiangsu is China’s biggest provincial gas market with consumption growing by 6.3pc in 2019 to 28.7bn m³
2020, April, 21, 10:50:00SHELL, AUSTRALIA GAS PROJECT $6.4 BLN
It is Shell’s first big investment decision since the coronavirus crisis and tensions between Saudi Arabia and Russia caused oil prices to crash below $30 per barrel. Natural gas prices are currently at historic lows.
2020, April, 17, 14:15:00SHELL INVESTS TO AUSTRALIA'S GAS
Shell Australia (Shell) has taken a final investment decision to develop the first phase of Arrow Energy’s Surat Gas Project in Queensland, Australia.
2020, April, 17, 14:10:00SHELL ZERO TARGET
Shell's ambition to be net zero on all the emissions from the manufacture of all our products (scope one and two) by 2050 at the latest;
2020, March, 24, 14:05:00SHELL INVESTMENT DOWN TO $20 BLN
Today, we are announcing that we have embarked on a series of operational and financial initiatives that are expected to result in: reduction of underlying operating costs by $3-4 billion per annum over the next 12 months compared to 2019 levels; reduction of cash capital expenditure to $20 billion or below for 2020 from a planned level of around $25 billion; and material reductions in working capital.