Shell's £55bn mega-merger with BG expected to get green light from Australian and Chinese regulators by early next year By RUTH SUNDERLAND FOR THE DAILY MAIL PUBLISHED: 21:50, 29 November 2015 It needs approval from five different authorities around the world: the European Union, America, Brazil, Australia and China.
Shell Midstream Partners Is Likely to Have a Stupendous 2016 Nov 29, 2015 at 4:45PM Find out why Shell Midstream Partners is on a collision course with some of the most impressive growth in its industry, low oil prices notwithstanding.
Oil majors queue in Iran as $30 billion of projects in play GOLNAR MOTEVALLI, ANTHONY DIPAOLA AND HASHEM KALANTARI on 11/28/2015 Total, Royal Dutch Shell and Lukoil are among international companies that have selected oil and natural gas deposits to develop in Iran as the holder of the world’s fourth-largest crude reserves presents $30 billion worth of projects to investors.
Total is one of the companies that have been in the forefront of discussions and Eni SpA is also looking to invest, Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said. Shell, Total and Lukoil all specified fields they would be interested in developing in Iran, Ali Kardor, deputy director of investment and financing at National Iranian Oil Co. said in an interview in Tehran.
By Micheal Kaufman on Nov 29, 2015 at 7:30 am Est Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A), Total SA (TOT), Others Line Up for $30 Billion Projects in Iran Bidness Etc sheds light on why the Iranian government has launched the new Iran Petroleum Contract in its two-day Tehran conference
Thousands more jobs at risk as Shell counts cost of BG takeover Robin Pagnamenta Energy Editor Published at 12:01AM, November 28 2015 Royal Dutch Shell is drawing up plans for more cost-cutting after its £43 billion takeover of BG Group, amid mounting pressure from shareholders to bolster the commercial logic of the deal amid falling oil prices. The oil giant, which already has unveiled plans to slash $3.5 billion from the combined group, is understood to believe that it can wring still more in costs from the proposed merger, which is expected to be completed next year. The extra cuts are likely to involve thousands more job losses across both companies, increased sharing of resources and the closure of BG’s headquarters in
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