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Working With Petroleum Ministry, Shell, Honeywell UOP On Sustainable Aviation Fuel: Indigo CEO

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg has given up flying to reduce her personal carbon footprint, boosting the "flight shame" movement in Europe and other parts of the world.

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Shell Names Former BHP Boss Mackenzie As Chairman

Mackenzie, a British national born in 1956, will take over as the Anglo-Dutch company undergoes a major overhaul focused on low-carbon businesses and power trading and reducing its greenhouse emissions by mid-century.

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Exxon To Cut 7% Of Singapore Workforce Amid 'Unprecedented Market Conditions'

Exxon Mobil's Singapore complex has the capacity to refine about 592,000 barrels per day of oil and includes its biggest integrated petrochemical production site.

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With Oil Past Peak, Shell Vows To Eliminate Carbon By 2050

Shell's total carbon emissions, which include its own production of oil and gas as well as sales of products to customers, peaked in 2018 at 1.7 gigatonnes. Shell is the world's largest oil and gas trader.

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Shell Profit Drops To 20-Year Low In 2020, Raises Dividend

Shell's annual adjusted earnings dropped to $4.8 billion, down 71% from a year earlier.

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Flutura inducts eminent Global Digital Leader Radha Rajappa as Executive Chairperson of the Board

Flutura inducts eminent Global Digital Leader Radha Rajappa as Executive Chairperson of the Board

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Subhasis Das appointed Managing Director, Alfa Laval India Private Limited

Subhasis Das appointed Managing Director, Alfa Laval India Private Limited

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Shell Increases Dividend After Beating Third-Quarter Forecasts

Shell's adjusted earnings fell 80% to $955 million but easily beat company-provided average analysts forecasts of a $146 million profit.

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Shell Plans To Cut Up To 9,000 Jobs In Transition Plan

Shell, which had 83,000 employees at the end of 2019, said that the reorganisation will lead to annual savings of $2 billion to $2.5 billion by 2022.

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Shell Focussed On Turning Around Troubled Australian Operations

Shell booked $11 billion in writedowns on its gas business, mostly on its Australian Prelude floating LNG (liquefied natural gas) and QGC business, after cutting its long-term oil and gas price outlook.

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Shell Avoids Loss With Strong Trading, Wipes $17 Billion Off Assets

Shell's oil and gas production division, or upstream, made a loss of $6.7 billion as production declined by 7% from a year earlier to 2.415 million barrels of oil equivalent per day.

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Shell-shocked EU seeks elusive unity over coronavirus stimulus

The 27 national heads join a video conference from 0800 GMT to discuss recovery for the bloc that has lost over 100,000 lives to COVID-19 and faces an unprecedented economic downturn threatening its stability and global standing.

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Shell Lubricants Partners With Pitstop To Bring ‘Zero Contact’ Doorstep Vehicle Servicing

Initiative to enable safe mobility experience for consumers and generate employment opportunities for mechanics affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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UK Court Throws Out Nigerian Oil Corruption Case Against Shell, Eni

The Nigerian government filed the case in 2018 at a commercial court in London alleging payments made by the companies to get the oilfield licence in 2011 were used for kickbacks and bribes.

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Shell, Eni Lead Oil Majors' Climate Ambitions But Still Fall Short

Shell has pledged to bring down its overall carbon intensity by 65%, Eni by 55% and BP by 50% by 2050.

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