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Mena slowly comes around to shale
9 January 2014
The region is rich in unconventional gas, but it will not be developed quickly
Latin American shale gas on the backburner
9 January 2014
The continent’s large unconventional reserves have yet to yield any significant production
Bringing Vaca Muerta to life
9 January 2014
Argentina’s shale-gas trove could be one of the most prolific in the world. It has yet to live up to its promise
Nigeria's NNPC accused of withholding oil revenue
12 December 2013
The Central Bank of Nigeria says the withheld revenues total almost $50 billion
First contract for Pieter Schelte on Brent field
11 December 2013
Allseas' decommissioning, installation and pipelaying vessel has its first contract for the Brent field
Natural gas the ideal fuel for world’s urban future, says CEO
17 October 2013
Shell chief executive tells Asia that intelligent urban planning is key to managing energy demand
National oil companies on top of the world
23 August 2013
Their domination of global reserves has put NOCs in control of the oil industry. But they must do more to keep their advantage
Lower oil prices and weaker refining margins bludgeon majors' profits
13 August 2013
The majors all saw their results take a hit as lower crude prices and weak refinery margins ate into second-quarter profits
Political challenge for Australian FLNG project
17 July 2013
The project, headed by Woodside and Shell, is facing difficulty amid premier's onshore push
Shell find adds to US Gulf deep-water stash
4 July 2013
Any doubts that the US Gulf of Mexico might be fading as a premier exploration frontier have been put to rest after Shell's 100 million barrel deep-water Vicksburg discovery
Shell takes pause from returning to Alaskan drilling
28 February 2013
Regulatory authorities and Shell are investigating the problems that hit the 2012 drilling programme
LNG sale brightens Repsol outlook and boosts Shell
27 February 2013
Repsol has agreed to sell LNG assets in Latin America to Shell
Dips in output and prices dent majors’ results
19 February 2013
Improved refining margins prove a silver lining as big players unveil disappointing full-year figures
Australia downstream in the doldrums as imports increase
13 December 2012
Australia’s demand for refined products is increasing as its refined sector contracts. This could see the country overtake Indonesia as Asia-Pacific’s major products importer
Big oil sees profits slump
8 November 2012
Major oil players saw lower oil and gas prices, coupled with lower production, eat into third-quarter profits
Majors eye Colombian shale
2 October 2012
Interest in Colombia’s shale gas and oil is picking up as companies prepare to submit bids for the country’s 2012 licensing round, which sees 31 blocks with unconventional potential up for auction, the head of state-run Ecopetrol said
Sea ice halts Shell's Chukchi Sea plans
12 September 2012
The company has halted operations temporarily, as it waits for the ice to shift
Shell moves ahead with Canadian CCS project
6 September 2012
Shell has made a long-awaited decision to proceed with Canada’s first large-scale carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) project
Athabasca pumps 500 million barrels
24 August 2012
In less than 10 years of operations, Shell has produced more than 500 million barrels of crude from its flagship Athabasca oil-sands project
PetroChina move casts doubt on Arrow LNG
9 August 2012
The Shell-PetroChina Australian Arrow coalbed methane (CBM)-to-LNG export venture looks increasingly likely to falter as the Chinese national oil company (NOC) buys up more Australian CBM assets and strengthens its ties with local firm Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd (LNG Ltd)
Volatile markets batter majors' numbers, especially BP
1 August 2012
Volatile oil and gas prices dented earnings for the industry’s major players in the second quarter, with British supermajor BP reporting the worst of a set of disappointing results
Shell’s Quest CCS clears hurdle
12 July 2012
Shell’s Quest carbon capture and and storage (CCS) project has been given the nod by Alberta’s energy regulators
Canada must speed up LNG export plans, says Shell CEO
10 July 2012
Chief executive of Shell, Peter Voser, tells Shaun Polczer about the supermajors plans for global LNG
Shell to roll out LNG filling stations in US
13 June 2012
Shell is continuing efforts to move up the North American natural gas value chain with plans for an extensive network of liquefied natural gas (LNG) filling stations in the US
Oil-sands risks weigh on future expansions: Wood Mackenzie
8 June 2012
Falling oil prices and competition from unconventional plays such as the Bakken threaten future expansion of Canada’s oil sands, says Wood Mackenzie
CEE shale gas development 'inevitable'
7 June 2012
Shale-gas development has been slowed across much of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) by protests from a wary public, but the lure of increased energy independence for the region makes a push for the development of those resources “inevitable”, KPMG has said in a new report