Shell, Ukraine shale gas deal announced — Shell sign $10bn gas agreement
Ireland take note
What are the chances of Fracking coming to Ireland? If the big boys want it I feel one hundred per cent sure the government will acquiesce to their demands with prodding from the IMF but no equal share for Ireland
A deal of equal shares!!! Suspect Shell are not telling the full story
A fifty year deal… I smell a rat
Under the $10bn deal that drew attention of the industry, Shell and Ukraine’s state-owned firm Nadra Yuzivska have equal shares in the enterprise, 50% each.
The latest deal is anticipated to help Ukraine increase its domestic gas production, create jobs, boost state budget revenue, and lift the economy.
Reuters noted that the 50-year contract is “the biggest contract yet to tap shale gas in Europe,” and added that the deal would help the country reduce its dependence on Russia for energy.
In May 2012, Shell had won the right to explore gas in Yuzivske gas field in Ukraine, while in August 2012, Shell along with ExxonMobil, Romanian OMV Petrom and Nadra have received joint rights to develop underwater deposits at Ukrainian deep marine shelf field under the Black Sea.
Posted on January 31, 2013, in environment, gas, Government, International affairs, Ireland, Wealth and tagged ExxonMobil, Government of Ukraine, President of Ukraine, Royal Dutch Shell, Russia, Shell, Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovych. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.