Shell, Repsol, Total, Defy U.S. to Seek Iran Deals
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President George W. Bush's campaign to turn Iran into an economic pariah is being rebuffed from Spain to Malaysia as countries and companies
pursue long-term agreements to tap into the world's second-largest reserves of oil and gas.
Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Europe's largest oil company, and Spain's Repsol YPF SA -- which last month signed a new agreement on a three-year-old gas
production project, estimated at more than $10 billion -- are among those who can ill afford to give up oil and natural-gas projects in Iran, said
James Bell, president of Gas Strategies, a London-based consulting firm.
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