Tagged With Shell
Shell buys BG to challenge ExxonMobil
15 April 2015
Shell has offered to acquire BG, to create a company with oil and gas production second only to that of ExxonMobil
Shell seeks exploration momentum despite oil price plunge
20 February 2015
The head of Shell's conventional oil and gas exploration says they won't lose sight of the long term
Majors make cuts as oil price sparks tough times
20 February 2015
Low prices and poor earnings mean the majors are cutting spending, jobs and projects
Shell's earnings up but investors remain cautious
16 February 2015
The company faces challenges despite the $3.3bn Q4 earnings
Shell to exit from Malaysia Port Dickson refinery
13 January 2015
A business review concluded margins would remain small due to the global oversupply of oil
Shell agrees $84m Nigeria compensation package
7 January 2015
The deal is for the losses to the fishermen and community after two pipeline spills seven years ago
Total and Shell push ahead in Argentina’s Vaca Muerta shale
3 December 2014
The companies will invest $550 million in the Argentinian projects
US shale gas: second fiddle, but still in tune
15 September 2014
Investment is still pouring into the unconventional gas sector and production continues to rise
Big shale: the rise and rise of American gas
15 September 2014
Despite patchy opposition to hydraulic fracturing, US output will remain the bedrock of global unconventional supply for decades
Shale gas firms take the long view
15 September 2014
North America is still the world’s only significant producer. But explorers are stepping up activity elsewhere and a global business is emerging
Shell has two new gas discoveries in Utica shale frontier
4 September 2014
The news will extend the drilling into northern Pennsylvania
North and South Africa hold shale gas potential
21 August 2014
The continent has lots of shale gas, but development will happen more quickly in the south than the north
Nigeria’s Bonga Northwest starts flowing for Shell
12 August 2014
Bonga Northwest will flow a peak of 40,000 barrels of oil-equivalent a day
Woodside loses Shell vote for $2.5bn buyback
4 August 2014
Shareholders rejected the buyback which needed to reach a 75% threshold to pass
Canada’s Duvernay shale hots up
25 July 2014
Now that the land grab in Alberta Canada’s Duvernay shale is largely over and companies have started developing their positions, the future of the play is coming into sharper focus, and for many that future looks promising.
Companies are optimistic about Canada’s Duvernay production
24 July 2014
Duvernay oil production is expected to average 1 million barrels of oil equivalent a day
FLNG: Charting a new course with Shell's Prelude project
8 July 2014
Offshore liquefaction facilities can make Australia’s LNG sector competitive
Rising costs and low returns are testing Australia’s gas players
8 July 2014
The country’s major energy firms are looking further afield for growth
Shell bags nearly $6bn for Woodside stake
17 June 2014
Shell will cut its stake to less than 5%, with half going to Woodside and half to institutional investors
Shell sells Eagle Ford acreage for $639 million
22 May 2014
The company is selling acreage in south Texas to Sanchez Energy Corporation
Output expected to rise from the Gulf of Mexico
24 April 2014
Output from the Gulf of Mexico is about to soar. Costs and the US crude oil export ban remain dark clouds on the horizon
PetroChina shale caution tempers Beijing's ambitions
1 April 2014
China's efforts to tap into its potentially huge shale gas reserves are being hampered by state-run PetroChina's reluctance to prioritise shale development in favour of what it believes are brighter prospects in its conventional and tight gas projects
Companies and governments need to join for Arctic exploration
20 February 2014
Arctic exploration is complex and expensive, meaning governments will probably have to join forces with companies to make it happen
Asia-Pacific's tricky problem
14 February 2014
The region has vast potential, but can explorers realise it?
Signs of life in Vaca Muerta
10 February 2014
An end to the battle between Repsol and Argentina should spur development in one of the world's biggest shale oil plays