Royal Dutch Shell | Egypt Oil & Gas - Part 7

Global Oil&Gas Investments to Fall to Six Year Low in 2016

Global oil and gas investments are expected to fall to $522b in 2016, the lowest in six years, and oil companies plan to cut spending, sell assets, shed jobs, delay or resize projects, renegotiate supply contracts, u ...

Shell-BG Merger Likely to Get Clearances

Shell's gigantic takeover of BG worth $83b (£55b), planned before the end 2015, is likely to secure clearances from the remaining Chinese and Australian regulators.

Oil Companies Call for PSAs, Contract Incentives in Iraq

International oil companies could boost production in Iraq beyond current targets if production contracts were changed to give more incentives for investment, according to BP Plc and Royal Dutch Shell Plc.

BG Acquisition Still Good Sense, Despite Low Oil Price, says Shell

Royal Dutch Shell said on Tuesday that its planned acquisition of BG Group still makes financial sense, despite low oil prices, which analysts say are likely to continue for some time.

Shell Looks to Leave Ukraine Amid Continued Violence

Royal Dutch Shell has been considering ending its partnership with a Ukrainian energy company in a shale gas exploration venture in eastern Ukraine because of the fighting in the region and prospect of little profit ...

US Companies With Low Cost Oil Set to Become Main Focus

“When something on this scale happens, every board asks: ‘What do we do?’ And they call in their M&A advisers and ask them the same question.”

Shell and Total Delay West Africa Projects Due to Oil Prices

Royal Dutch Shell and France’s Total have delayed multibillion-dollar offshore oil projects in west Africa as part of efforts to rein in costs and shore up cash flow following the collapse in crude prices.

Shell Cancels Australia LNG Project

Royal Dutch Shell PLC has abandoned its plans for what would have been a fourth coal seam gas-LNG project at Gladstone in Queensland.

Shell Slashes Spending for 2015-2017

Royal Dutch Shell PLC has curtailed more than $15 billion in potential spending over the next 3 years, but is not “not overreacting to current low oil prices,” and is keeping its “best opportunities on the table,” th ...

Shell Laments Fate of Refinery in Malaysia

Shell Refining Co. (FOM) Bhd. (SRC), a holding of Royal Dutch Shell PLC, is evaluating either the potential divestiture or closure of its 125,000-b/d Port Dickson, Malaysia, refinery.

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