Anglo-Dutch Shell, Europe’s largest publicly listed oil company, is to invest more than $100 billion over the next few years in global projects, aimed especially at meeting surging energy demand from emerging markets, the company said in a strategy update on 15 March. New oil and gas projects planned over the next four years include investments in Qatar, Malaysia, Canada, Australia and the Gulf of Mexico, a statement said.

“For the next wave of growth, we have over 30 new projects...

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