2. Aug 01, 2012 According to Reuters, Royal Dutch Shell plc (Shell) is planning to acquire exploration licenses and liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Papua New Guinea from InterOil Corporation, an Australia-based integrated oil and gas company. Shell is a Netherlands-based energy company which explores, produces, and trades in a range of energy resources. InterOil is planning to build a nine million metric ton a year LNG terminal in Papua New Guinea at a cost of $6,000 million and wants to sell a 25% stake in the project.
Suck it Raiseyou! Move to France if you can't read. The quote said August 1. That's today MORAN. The only thing irrespensibe is is your short postion or are you just a long who sold at $50 and now trying to get back in. Raiseyou Callyou fool!