THE WALL STREET JOURNAL JUNE 19, 2009, 10:53 A.M. ET LONDON (Dow Jones)–Sakhalin Energy’s chief executive, Ian Craig, is to head Royal Dutch Shell PLC’s (RDSB.LN) embattled Africa unit, with the incumbent moving to the firm’s Australian business, according to an email Friday, as the oil major’s corporate shakeup continues. In comments sent to Dow [...]
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Ian Craig, CEO, Sakhalin Energy THE WALL STREET JOURNAL Shell Mulls Sakhalin JV CEO To Head Africa Op – Source JUNE 19, 2009, 5:28 A.M. ET LONDON (Dow Jones)–Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDBS.LN) is considering Sakhalin Energy Chief Executive Ian Craig to head its embattled West Africa operation, a person familiar with the matter said [...]
The discovery is estimated to hold between 10-100 billion cubic meters of recoverable gas according to the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate, which noted Gro is located in the greatest water depth of any Norwegian discovery to date.
In a statement yesterday, Shell’s spokesman, Precious Okolobo, said: “SPDC joint venture can confirm that the Trans Ramos Pipeline at Aghoro-2 community in Bayelsa State was attacked last night (June 17).
Analysts expect the consortiums to consolidate into two groupings and believe Santos/Petronas and BG are well positioned. Origin/Conoco has yet to secure a foundation customer, while the Shell/Arrow team have the smallest reserves.
Letters The Guardian, Friday 19 June 2009 A pity that John Vidal, in his account of indigenous resistance to oilcompanies (‘We are fighting for our lives and our dignity‘, 13 June) did not pick up on your excellent article “Fuelling the fury” (G2, 10 June) about Shell’s gas project at Rossport in Ireland. If he had, he [...]