The Shell (LSE:SHEL) share price has fallen around 6% from its peak earlier in the autumn. It’s not a huge fall, or even a correction, but it could offer keen investors an opportunity to buy at a lower entry point.
The top three emitters are Saudi Arabia’s Aramco, Russian government-owned Gazprom, the National Iranian Oil company, and the top investor-owned companies are ExxonMobil, Shell, BP and Chevron. The list also includes the company led by the president of this year’s international climate negotiations: the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company.
Argeo announced on November 9 that it had signed a NOK 55 million (over $4.9 million) contract for the Bonga field subsea assets work program for Shell Nigerian Exploration and Product Company (SNEPCo) and local content partner GOSL.
Shell is suing Greenpeace for $2.1 million in damages after the environmental group’s activists boarded the company’s oil production vessel in transit at sea this year, according to Greenpeace and a document seen by Reuters.
Energy giants BP and Shell unveiled sharp downturns in their usual earnings last week in a rocky third quarter for the sector, with the oil and gas industry failing to match last year’s record profits.
LNG trading was a crucial component in oil majors’ Q3 earnings
The energy giant reported earnings of US$6.2 billion between July and September, up sharply on the previous quarter
Trinidad and Tobago has launched an oil and gas bid round with 13 shallow-water blocks on offer, Reuters reported on Wednesday. The 13 blocks are located on the continental shelf near producing concessions. According to Reuters, bids for the round will close on April 2, 2024. The offerings are more than double the country’s previous […]
European supermajor Shell and state-controlled partner Ecopetrol have made a new natural gas discovery offshore Colombia.
Energy Chamber of Trinidad & Tobago release
The Energy Chamber of Trinidad & Tobago warmly welcomes the signing of three deepwater production sharing contracts between the Government of Trinidad & Tobago and a consortium comprised of bp and Shell.