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Brinded said Abu Dhabi could help extend the life of cars powered by combustion engines by recognising the benefits of combining biofuels with gasoline to reduce carbon in car exhausts.
The board of Royal Dutch Shell plc (NYSE:RDS-A) (NYSE:RDS-B), an energy company, reported on Wednesday the planned resignation of Malcolm Brinded as its executive director with effect from 1 April 2012.
Malcolm Brinded, Shell's executive director for Upstream International, said the firm would also open at least five wells in southeastern Turkey and that the number of wells could exceed 10.
Turkish Energy and Natural Resources Minister Taner Yildiz oversaw the penning of the agreement between the Turkish Petroleum Company Director Mehmet Uysal and the Dutch oil giant's executive director for upstream international, Malcolm Brinded.
Third, Hopkins was thereby able to celebrate the sensuous world both in its "own" being and in its resonating relation to the "vast excellency" revealed through it: "Glory be to God for dappled things--/ For skies of couple-colour as a brinded cow.
Shell upstream international Executive Director Malcolm Brinded said government studies indicate there are 140 trillion cubic feet of stranded gas in Australian water yet to be developed, The Australian reports.
Shell Executive Director Upstream International, Malcolm Brinded, said, 'Our innovative FLNG technology will allow us to develop offshore gas fields that otherwise would be too costly to develop.
Shell's executive director of upstream international business, Malcolm Brinded, said floating LNG would "change the rules of the game" in the LNG industry and said he hoped several more floating LNG projects will be approved before Prelude becomesoperational.
fields that otherwise would be too costly to develop," said Malcolm Brinded,
Also in attendance were Farouq Al-Zanki, chief executive officer of Kuwait Petroleum Corporation, and Sami Al-Rushaid, chairman and managing director of Kuwait Oil Company and Malcolm Brinded, executive director of Upstream International at Shell.
Malcolm Brinded CBE, Executive Director Upstream International, Shell, will accompany Mr.
Malcolm Brinded, Shell's Executive Director for Upstream International business, was in the Libyan capital last week for talks with officials from the NOC state energy firm.