Tagged With Shell
Canadian LNG industry strikes a defiant note
3 August 2020
A lobby group for exports foresees a bright future despite a long history of setbacks
London crude trading’s ‘Good Old Days’: The rise of London
24 July 2020
Colin Bryce continues his oil markets story, looking at the characters that shaped the UK capital’s prominent role
Shell’s Lake Charles LNG pullback bodes ill
1 April 2020
The major’s step away from a brownfield project should ring even louder alarm bells for greenfield sites
Majors’ divestment dilemma
26 March 2020
Depressed oil prices are forcing large-cap producers to roll back spending. But will they continue to try to shed non-core assets?
Somalia signs Shell-ExxonMobil E&P roadmap
3 March 2020
Agreement with joint venture explorer boosts Somalia’s post-conflict effort to attract IOCs to its long-delayed licensing round
Defiant Shell remains bullish on LNG
21 February 2020
Amid the gloom and doom of a supply glut and record low prices, the major, which controls more than one-fifth of the global LNG market, sees a bright future
Shell: Customers will drive the energy transition
4 February 2020
Technology can empower end-users to determine their carbon emissions and influence the pace of climate change, says major
Powerful new players enter the utilities sector
2 January 2020
Oil and gas companies are entering the utilities market—aiming to take advantage of rapid market transformation
ExxonMobil, Shell, Neste take different paths to sustainability
2 December 2019
Solutions such as renewable diesel can be much better for the environment than large-scale biofuels
Shell predicts LNG market tightening
18 October 2019
The world’s largest LNG portfolio player sees a market rebalancing on the horizon
Majors' capex ignores Paris Agreement risk
6 September 2019
Report finds investments will not deliver adequate profits if carbon emissions are limited to a level that keeps global warming 'well below' two degrees
Shell links North Sea spend to collaboration
4 September 2019
The UK-Dutch major stresses an ongoing commitment to its home waters, but with conditions attached
The majors' messy divide
21 August 2019
Two gassy Europeans, two shale-obsessed Americans and one in between is too simplistic a division
Oman's gas drive goes up a gear
9 August 2019
Success in the country's first major non-associated gas project, and continued pent-up demand, are propelling efforts to increase output
Deepwater Gulf exploration starts to rebound
29 July 2019
The US Gulf of Mexico is experiencing an uptick in exploration, but the way companies operate in the region has changed due to the downturn in oil prices
Egypt lures in IOCs
28 February 2019
The cornerstone of the country's energy reforms aims to tempt foreign firms wary of setting foot in the Egyptian market
Eni and Shell face new Nigeria action
20 February 2019
The two firms have received harsh criticism from an Italian judge and now await UK court proceedings
The changing landscape of north-west Europe
8 February 2019
A rebound in the region is happening above and below water
Stuttering outlook for Gulf of Mexico
4 February 2019
Despite ever-rising oil and gas production, drilling activity is looking weaker
Hopes run high for the East Med
31 January 2019
Possible major new discoveries, along with rising production and simmering regional geopolitics, make 2019 a year of reckoning
Oil majors' strategies are variations on a theme
15 January 2019
The majors' plans for 2019 look remarkably similar on the surface, but there are key differences
Nigeria's hunt for gas buyers
19 December 2018
Gas supply to the domestic market is a hot topic in Nigeria. Producers want to monetise their gas and need to find credible buyers
Tanzania ups the pace on LNG project
17 December 2018
Equinor, ExxonMobil and Shell are among the interested parties
Small players drive a revival in the North Sea
17 December 2018
Norway and the UK showed increasing appeal for E&P firms in 2018, with M&A moves propelling investment into the North Sea—but Brexit was a concern for some in the UK side of the play
IOCs stay committed to south Iraq
16 November 2018
IOCs are pushing ahead with plans for output expansion—and the phasing out of flaring—despite Basra violence this summer
Nigeria's oil sector reforms on hold again
14 September 2018
President Buhari’s decision to delay passage of a petroleum industry bill won’t help investment sentiment, but shouldn’t affect offshore activity in the near term