Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDSa.AS)
21 Jul 2017
Fri, Jul 21 2017
LONDON/SINGAPORE Asian spot LNG prices stepped higher this week, shrugging off months of weakness, as Royal Dutch Shell replaced lost output from its Peru plant via spot markets and as a flurry of higher-priced deals surprised traders.
July 18 The following is a list of refinery incidents reported in the United States on July 18: * Marathon Texas City refinery idled by crude unit leak -sources * Shell reports process unit upset at Deer Park, Texas facility * Marathon Galveston Bay residual HTU operating normally -sources * Marathon reports RHU compressor issue at Galveston Bay, Texas refinery
July 18 The following is a list of refinery incidents reported in the United States on July 16-17: * Shell says maintenance complete at Martinez, Calif. refinery * Phillips 66 reports power restored after brief outage at Sweeny refinery * Citgo's Corpus Christi, Texas gasoline unit operating normally: sources * PES shuts boiler, limits production at Phila. refinery - source
Royal Dutch Shell Plc said it would sell its 45 percent stake in the Corrib gas venture to a unit of Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) for up to $1.23 billion, marking the oil company's exit from the upstream business in Ireland.
* Shell shares up 1.3 pct (Adds details, background, updates shares)
July 12 Royal Dutch Shell said it is selling its stake in the Corrib gas venture in Ireland for up to $1.23 billion, marking its exit from the upstream business in Ireland.
* Through Shell Overseas Holdings reached agreement with Canada Pension Plan Investment Board unit to sell shares in Shell E&P Ireland
July 11 The following is a list of refinery incidents reported in the United States on July 11: * Exxon reports flaring at Beaumont, Texas refinery * Shell Convent gasoline, alky units running at minimum -sources * PBF reports planned flaring at Torrance, California refinery * Valero Memphis refinery restarting gasoline unit -sources
* Ensco Plc - Ensco DS-4 contracted to Chevron for two years Ensco DS-10 contracted to Shell for one year Ensco DS-7 to return to work with total
ISLAMABAD A Pakistani subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell on Tuesday agreed to pay a fine of about 257 million rupees ($2.4 million) in compensation for a tanker truck explosion that killed more than 200 people last month.
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