Blog posts tagged in shell oil
Shell Refinery Unit Had History of Malfunctions Before Fire
Recent “upsets” like tripped compressors, pressure loss and freezing weather resulted in the thousands of pounds of illegal pollution but no fines or citations from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
By Dylan Baddour
May 9, 2...
By Clifford Krauss
© The New York Times Co.
HOUSTON » Royal Dutch Shell on Monday sold its oil and gas production in the Permian Basin, the biggest American oil field, to ConocoPhillips for $9.5 billion in cash.
The deal marks a turning point for Shell, which had put considerable effort i...
Plaintiffs in the suit call the first instance of a judge ordering an oil giant to comply with the Paris climate agreement “a turning point in history.”
By Kristoffer Tigue, Dan Gearino
May 26, 2021
In a landmark ruling being hailed by climate activists as “game-changing,” a Dutch court...
By Stanley Reed © The New York Times Co.
Royal Dutch Shell on Thursday made the boldest statement among its peers about the waning of the oil age, saying that its oil production had reached a high in 2019 and was now likely to gradually decline.
Shell’s “total oil production peaked in 2019” a...
Shell’s oil spill in the North Sea this week is the worst in a decade, but compensation for any environmental damage could be in short supply says Susie Wilks from ClientEarth
What is the difference between a sea bird dying because its feathers are coated in crude oil, and a sea bird starving to de...