Royal Dutch Shell plc
Royal Dutch Shell plc is incorporated in England and Wales, has its headquarters in The Hague and is listed on the London, Amsterdam, and New York stock exchanges. Shell companies have operations in more than 70 countries and territories with businesses including oil and gas exploration and production; production and marketing of liquefied natural gas and gas to liquids; manufacturing, marketing and shipping of oil products and chemicals and renewable energy projects.
For further information, visit www.shell.com.
Wim Walk -
manager geophysics measurement technologies
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Ways to improve production - report from Intelligent Energy
Technical sessions at the 2012 SPE Intelligent Energy conference in the Netherlands covered a range of ways to improve production, on complex fields, old fields, across Africa, with thermal EOR and with fibre optics. With speakers who were employees of Shell, Chevron and Schlumberger
13 Sep 2012
Intelligent Energy: Shell, Saudi Aramco, BP, Petoro
Speakers from Shell (CTO), BP (chief scientist), Petoro (CEO) and Saudi Aramco (manager, Southern area reservoir management) gave their views on how they see digital technology developing at the Intelligent Energy conference in Utrecht earlier this year
24 Aug 2012
Shell's head of upstream - reasons to be optimistic
We can be optimistic about the UK oil and gas industry because of the economic contribution it makes, the role companies play globally, and its partnerships with national oil companies, said Andrew Brown, upstream international director of Shell
07 Aug 2012
Shell to host first ITF event in Houston
ITF (Industry Technology Facilitator), an industry owned organisation which helps companies work together to develop new technology, has announced that Shell will host its first Houston meeting, which will be held in Shell's Houston offices in September 2012.
01 May 2012
Floating LNG - a revolution for gas production?
There are many offshore gas fields which can't be produced using conventional means, due to the cost of piping it to a market - but if you could liquefy it offshore and put it in tankers, many things become possible. Shell is developing the world's first such project
12 Apr 2012
Shell - managing competence of wells staff
The best way to keep wells safe is to make sure that all the people working on them know what they are doing - and you are confident of this. Shell has a range of processes in place to confirm this happens
12 Apr 2012
Shell - new well control equipment
Shell is developing a range of new equipment and tools for preventing uncontrolled releases of hydrocarbon during the construction of wells, including well control automation, explosive devices to cut drill pipe apart, blow out preventer caps and pipe crushers.
12 Apr 2012