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Prelude Boost for Territory Job Training


A ground-breaking program boosting the training and employability of disadvantaged Territorians in key skill shortage occupations was launched in Darwin today by the NT Chief Minister Adam Giles and Shell Australia’s country chair, Andrew Smith.

The West Australian Leadership Matters Events Program


Andrew Smith speech 14 October 2014 Leadership challenges – ‘effective leadership’

Geelong Industrial Action


Shell is pleased that threatened industrial action at Geelong refinery was withdrawn last night by the AWU and that the parties have returned to the negotiating table. The company’s offer is being discussed at the Fair Work Commission today.

Shell launches landmark search and rescue service in Broome


Shell Australia has launched a dedicated search and rescue (SAR) helicopter service to support the offshore oil and gas industry in the Kimberley – the first of its kind in Australia.

Shell invests in NSW bitumen supply


New South Wales – NSW Premier, the Hon. Mike Baird MP officially opened Shell Bitumen’s world-class facility in Port Botany New South Wales. Offering state-of-the-art production and storage facilities, the new Port Botany plant will help meet bitumen demand in the growing NSW market.

INPEX and Shell to partner with Nextgen Group to build subsea fibre optic cable


INPEX and Shell have announced plans to invest in a significant new project to construct a subsea optical fibre cable system with the Nextgen Group, delivering critical infrastructure for the nation's resources industry.

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