One of the world’s largest energy and petrochemical companies, Shell wants to sell you more coffee than fuel. Its retail stores, which sell everything from coffee to snacks and are housed in fuel stations,
Saudi Aramco’s delayed initial public offering is sidelining grand North American expansion plans at its U.S. refining subsidiary Motiva Enterprises LLC, people familiar with the matter said, at a time when its rivals grew their market share.
US sanctions on Venezuela’s oil industry have made winners out of Royal Dutch Shell Plc and BP Plc, Gulf of Mexico offshore heavyweights, as refiners in need of substitutes are scooping up oil produced in the region.
Access to pipelines a key issue in unlocking India’s natural gas potential: Ajay Shah, VP, Shell Energy Asia
India will have to address key issues pertaining to access to natural gas pipelines and ensure a level-playing field by including natural gas into the ambit of Goods and Service Tax (GST) if it wants to unlock the country’s natural gas potential,
Royal Dutch Shellon Wednesday said it has acquired French oil major Total SA’s 26% stake in the venture for importing gas in ships at Gujarat’s Hazira, a move many see as the green shoot of consolidation in the expanding Indian gas market.
Royal Dutch Shell on Wednesday said it has completed the acquisition of French oil major Total SA’s 26 percent stake in the company that operates 5 million tonnes per annum-Hazira LNG terminal in Gujarat.
Energy giant Shell plans to open 1,200 gas retail outlets in India with a potential to create around 2 lakh jobs in the next decade.
Two renowned global oil and gas firms, Shell and BP Plc, are in the process of acquiring leading petroleum dealers in Rwanda in two separate deals.
The government has moved Delhi High Court to enforce a USD 3.8 billion recovery from Reliance Industries, Shell and ONGC following an English court ruling over its share from the Panna-Mukta and Tapti fields in western offshore, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said today.
That’s according to Chris Wood, chief equity strategist at CLSA. “While a further spike in oil prices to the $120-150 level would ultimately contain the seeds of its own destruction by destroying demand, it would do a lot of damage in the short to medium-term,” he said in his weekly investor note ‘Greed & Fear’.