Limeburners Link Trainees Help Restore Corio Ecology

Dec 21, 2011

Eight indigenous and non-indigenous trainees from Geelong’s northern suburbs today graduated from the Limeburners Link programme with a Certificate in Conservation and Land Management and the satisfaction that their hard work contributed to the ecological restoration of Limeburners Bay in Corio.

Statement on Clean Energy Future legislation

Nov 09, 2011

Shell Australia notes the passage of the Clean Energy Future Bills through the Senate this week, and the introduction of a carbon price into the Australian economy from 1 July 2012.

Shell celebrates five years as world number one lubricants supplier

Nov 02, 2011

Shell Lubricants (“Shell”) has topped the list of the world’s leading lubricants suppliers for the fifth year running, according to new research into the global lubricants market. The research, conducted by Kline & Company* (“Kline”), gives Shell more than 13% of the market by volume in 2010 and a two per cent lead over its nearest competitor.

Statement on Geelong Refinery

Oct 19, 2011

Shell can confirm that an electrical issue early this afternoon at the Geelong Refinery led to a power disruption at the facility.

Shell to cease refining at Clyde

Jul 27, 2011

Shell today announced its decision to stop refining operations at its 79,000 barrel-per-day Clyde Refinery in Sydney, Australia, and convert it and the Gore Bay Terminal into a fuel import facility before mid 2013.

Shell seeks Palta-1 Environmental Approval

Mar 08, 2011

Shell Development (Australia) Pty Ltd has submitted a referral under the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act for a single exploration well in permit WA-384-P, offshore the NW Cape.

King Bay Supply Base

Feb 10, 2011

Shell Australia has today announced it has reached a commercial agreement with Woodside for the redevelopment of the fuel supply facilities at King Bay Supply Base, near Dampier.

Update - Queensland flood situation

Jan 12, 2011

Shell Australia can confirm that its Pinkenba Terminal in Eagle Farm is now closed due the extreme weather being experienced in south east Queensland.

Statement Pinkenba Terminal Closure

Jan 11, 2011

In order to ensure the safety of employees and contractors Shell Australia has closed its Pinkenba Terminal in Eagle Farm due to extreme weather conditions.

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