Shell Cuts Jobs, Capex As Extended Oil Downturn Seen

July 2015
Investors Business Daily;7/30/2015, p00
The article offers business-related news briefs as of July 30, 2015. Topics mentioned include the job cuts in staff and contractor positions and reductions in the capital investment of British oil and gas company Royal Dutch Shell PLC, reduction of capital spending plans of American energy company ConocoPhillips Co., and the expected low prices of oil by British oil company BP PLC.


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