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Shell, Qatar Petroleum Form Global LNG Bunkering JV
State-owned Qatar Petroleum and the Netherlands-based oil and gas company Shell are forming a joint venture for global LNG bunkering services.
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Lukoil increases stake in BP’s Shah Deniz after closing Petronas dealRussian oil and gas company Lukoil has completed the acquisition of Petronas’ interest in the BP-operated Shah Deniz natural gas project, located in Azerbaijan’s sector of the Caspian Sea, effectively raising its stake in the project.
After Offshore Spill, Peru Shuts Down its Largest Oil RefineryAfter a 12,000-barrel oil spill at a loading buoy off Lima earlier this month, the government of Peru has shut down all crude oil deliveries for Repsol's La Pampilla refinery.
Total rebrands as TotalEnergiesFrench energy group Total has completed its change of name to TotalEnergies, aiming to become one of the major players in the energy transition.
With Oil Past Peak, Shell Sharpens 2050 Zero Emissions GoalEnergy giant Royal Dutch Shell vowed to eliminate net carbon emissions by 2050, raising its ambition from previous targets, as its oil output declines from a 2019 peak.
Fuel price spread back in the spotlightSince early November, the spread has widened steadily so that it now stands at $92 per tonne in Rotterdam and $112.5 per tonne in Singapore.
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