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We will look jointly with KPC and its subsidiaries at oil and gas opportunities to leverage Shell's global experience while sharing best practice in the energy sector," said Brinded after signing the deal.
8 million ton-per-year Qatargas 4 train 7, will also see "very substantial" investment in Australia in the "tens of billions of dollars" throughout the decade, Brinded said.
Brinded said LNG was the cheapest way Asian countries could meet their CO2 targets, adding that he also saw demand ramping up from Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia.
He added: "Malcolm Brinded will play a vital role in Network Rail's corporate governance.
Shell has been marketing Qatargas 4 LNG away from the US under multiyear contracts linked to oil prices, Brinded said.
Malcolm Brinded, Shell's Executive Director Upstream International, added: "Today's flight opens the door to an alternative to oil-based aviation fuel.
The new Shell boss has also engaged in a revamp at the top, with three executive committee members on the firm's board - Voser himself, chief financial officer Simon Henry and Malcolm Brinded, the head of Upstream International.
Malcolm Brinded, Shell's executive director, exploration and production, said: "This gesture also acknowledges that, even though Shell had no part in the violence that took place, the plaintiffs and others have suffered.
In a written statement, Shell's executive director of exploration and production Malcolm Brinded said the gesture acknowledged that "even though Shell had no part in the violence that took place, the plaintiffs and others have suffered.
This gesture also acknowledges that, even though Shell had no part in the violence that took place, the plaintiffs and others have suffered,'' Malcolm Brinded, Shell's executive director for exploration and production, said in a statement on Monday.
Brinded said that Shell will explore and "hone in" on the most promising of Jordan's 21 oil shale locations.
We'll need all the help technology can give as the world faces great energy and environmental challenges," said Malcolm Brinded, executive director of exploration and production and a member of the board of Royal Dutch Shell.