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2007 News Archive
2007 News Archive
Shell Trains EA Community Youths
A group of 12 youths from the EA Field neighbouring communities graduated today from a technical training programme sponsored by Shell. The programme is part of the company’s sustainable community development initiatives and involved a four-week training in scaffolding operations.
2006/2007 Shell University Scholarship Award Scheme
The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited (SPDC), operator of the NNPC / Shell / Total / Agip Joint Venture), invites applications from suitably qualified Nigerians for the 2006/2007 Shell Nigeria University Scholarship Awards. The awards, aimed at promoting academic excellence and manpower development in Nigeria, are tenable in Nigerian Universities only.
Provision of Slickline Services (S-18267)
Shell Petroleum Development Company has a work programme to carry out Slickline Services in the Eastern Division and Western Division. Slickline Services is part of the Company’s effort towards generating oil in the short term and routine intervention.
Shell 2007 Safety Days
The Shell Group has set aside June 5 and October 16, 2007 as Shell Safety Days, during which all Operating Units within the Group are expected to undertake some introspection that would hopefully help them to develop a roadmap for improving safety in their operations.
SHELL's HIV / AIDS ENGAGEMENT
Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company (SNEPCO), Nigeria’s leading deep offshore oil and gas company, on Tuesday February 6, 2006, hosted an interactive session on Integrating Wellness into the Workplace at the Eko Hotel and Suites Lagos.
Government College Kano lifts Shell Cup 2007
Shell Cup 2007, the annual football competition for secondary schools in Nigeria came to a thrilling finish with Government College, Kano lifting the coveted trophy. Asegun Comprehensive High School, Ibadan took the second position while Ado Grammar School, Ado-Ekiti placed third. The fourth position went to Katsina College, Katsina.
Shell issues first Technology Report
Royal Dutch Shell plc (‘Shell’) today issues its first Technology Report: an overview of 27 advanced technologies, some delivering benefits today and others that will shape the future of the energy industry. The Shell Technology Report shows how the company is developing and applying technology to meet the tremendous challenge of securing the world’s growing energy needs in an environmentally responsible way.