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Shell pulls out of Cambo oil field development

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Oil giant Shell has pulled out of the Cambo oil field development causing mixed reaction by business leaders around the world

Shell has pulled out of the controversial Cambo oil field development west of Shetland – which the oil giant has a 30 percent stake in the project.

The oil giant stated that it had conducted “comprehensive screening” prior to concluding that the economic case for investment in the North Atlantic project was “not strong enough.”

The field could produce up to 170m barrels of oil equivalent and 53.5bn cubic feet of gas over 25 years, according to Reuters.

Reports published from the Independent stated that the decision was welcomed by environmental groups including Greenpeace, which said the decision should mark the “death blow” for Cambo.

Environmentalists say new fossil fuel projects like Cambo are incompatible with action on climate change.

But business leaders have warned that thousands of oil and gas jobs could be at risk

Aberdeen’s Chamber of Commerce said a “premature” end to domestic production could see some areas suffer the fate of mining communities in the 1980s, despite Cambo’s majority stakeholder stating it still planned to take the project forward.

Siccar Point Energy is currently awaiting approval from the UK government to develop the field.

Why Cambo isn’t a good look for Shell:

Shell has been promising to transition away from fossil fuels and commit to renewable technologies such as Sustainable Aviation Fuel, which the company has been working with airlines to produce.

Taking on environmentalist group as well as the Scottish government for the right to drill for oil is not a good look for a company, especially following COP26.

The Cambo oil project is expected to hold hundreds of millions of barrels of oil – each of them worth some $70 at current prices.

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With a $23 million commitment for a national circular economy and $1.3 million for net zero transition guidance, Australia is advancing towards sustainability.

Funding Futures is a weekly TV show on Ticker, hosted by Mike Loder and Steven Maarbani from Venture Crowd, that delves into the dynamic and evolving world of venture crowd-raising.

In this episode, we are joined by Cameron Hope, Founder of CEO of Hirehood. #trends #funding futures

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The integral step to entering the property market

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In the debate surrounding housing affordability, a divergence emerges between media portrayals and stark realities. While the crisis is often depicted as insurmountable, critics argue that individuals tend to blame external factors rather than taking personal responsibility.

Despite challenges, advocates urge a shift from despair to possibility, emphasizing personal agency and proactive pursuit of homeownership goals. Thus, while acknowledging the hurdles, reframing the discourse empowers individuals to navigate the housing market with resilience and determination, making the dream of owning a home a tangible reality for those willing to seize it. #Trending #Featured

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LA real estate agent reveals the secret to success

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What does it take to be a top performing real estate agent?

Wyld Money dives into the world of financial freedom. Whether you’re a seasoned investor or just getting started, join us for actionable tips and tricks to unlock your earning potential, and retire on your own terms.

In this episode, Mark delves into the fast paced world of LA luxury real estate with renowned agent, Glen Coutinho from Rodeo Realty Beverly Hills. #wyld money #trending

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