LATEST: We hear from our sources that Shell Expro (ie the E&P operation in the UK) is expected to LOSE about $200 million this year… Received in Sept: Motiva inside news, Motiva norco GM Ann-Marie has quit the company and going to work for another company outside of Shell. (Confirmed – Ann-Marie Ainsworth has rejoined [...]
Posts on ‘October 7th, 2009’
Meanwhile, Motiva, the refining joint venture of Saudi Aramco and Royal Dutch Shell, has slowed the $7 billion expansion of its Port Arthur, Texas, refinery to a crawl.
From a retired Shell North Sea Platform Manager… Yet again Shell have managed to attract the attention of the HSE and have been served a prohibition notice, note not an improvement notice. Between the lines this is very serious as the HSE normally implement action in stages to allow Operators the opportunity to take action [...]
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL OCTOBER 7, 2009, 5.43 A.M. ET LONDON (Dow Jones)–Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDSB) reduced production “to a minimum” at its Brent Charlie oil platform in the North Sea for repairs after a health and safety inspection Friday, the company said Tuesday. The company received a prohibition notice from the U.K. government’s [...]
Wednesday 7 October 2009 Operator shell says unplanned repairs to installation could take some weeks to complete By Ian Forsyth Published: 07/10/2009 Production from a Shell platform in the North Sea has been virtually halted for an unknown period after a gas problem in one of its legs. Repairs are needed on the Brent Charlie [...]
businessneweurope Derek Brower in Colchester, UK: 8 January 2007 His office in a modest home in Colchester is littered with computers and other electronic equipment. A wide-screen television is tuned to BBC news. And the dog is in the car, so as not to disturb bnes correspondent as he interviews John Donovan – David to [...]