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Shell today announces it has begun production from the Mars B development through Olympus – the company’s seventh, and largest, floating deep-water platform in the Gulf of Mexico.
Shell submitted revisions to its previously approved Plan of Exploration Wednesday, Nov. 6 to the Department of Interior.
Shell and its partners have begun production from the second development phase of the Parque das Conchas (BC-10) project, located off Brazil’s south-east coast.
The Wyoming countryside is home to deer, elk, antelope and rare birds. Nature-lovers enjoy the scenery and working cowboys, such as Gary Zatonik, rely on the land to raise cattle. But water is chronically scarce. A Shell-funded project to enrich the land offers hope.
Shell continues to build upon a strong position in the Perdido Fold Belt by adding to its portfolio one strategically located block in the Western Gulf of Mexico during today’s US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) Lease Sale 233.
Deer Park site receives Texas Chemical Council award Shell Chemical LP Deer Park receives the 2012 Caring for Texas Award for exemplary results and demonstrated commitment to its employees and the community.
Interns from across the U.S. recently gathered for the annual intern conference in Houston – an opportunity to network with each other, ask Shell business leaders about career development, and engage in a community service project.
With the latest seismic and drilling technologies, the Cardamom development is expected to deliver new production from the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico to existing infrastructure.