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EXTRACTS FROM POSTINGS ON OUR WEBSITE IN JUNE 2004 IN THE NAME OF FAMED SHELL WHISTLEBLOWER DR JOHN HUONG

Dr. John Huong – Former Shell Production Geologist of almost 30 years standing (Photograph Courtesy of The Borneo Post) (The following comments in the name of Dr John Huong were published prior to the defamation proceedings brought against him collectively by EIGHT companies in the Royal Dutch Shell Group. It is interesting to note the […]

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TradeArabia.com: Iran announces natural gas find

Iran has discovered in-place reserves of 11.4 trillion cubic feet of sweet gas in a southern field, a senior official was quoted as saying. Mahmoud Mohaddes, head of exploration of the National Iranian Oil Company, said the Sefid Zakhour field in Fars province would have a daily production capacity of more than 1.15 billion cubic […]

TheSignal.com: State Can Help Stop Iran’s Quest for Nukes

Sunday September 30, 2007 The president of Iran has stated publicly that it is his goal to attack the great Satan (referring to the U.S.), develop nuclear weapons and eliminate Israel from the face of the Earth. We take him at his word, and more importantly, world leaders do, too. That’s why Americans should refuse […]

Maeil News: ‘Black Rush’ in Sakhalin: For a Dramatic Discovery of Oil and Natural Gas

Sunday, September 30, 2007 The “black rush” for crude oil, which reminds us of the “gold rush” in the 19th century west, is now taking place in Sakhalin, Russia. About 30 percent of Russian oil and natural gas have been reported to be buried under Sakhalin: 2.7 billion barrels of oil in 11 oil fields, […]

The Sunday Times: Hunt is on for new BP chairman

September 30, 2007 Louise Armitstead BP has launched a search for a new chairman in a move that will draw a line under the turmoil that has engulfed the British oil giant for two years. BP, which has a market value of £107 billion, has appointed a headhunter to find a replacement for Peter Sutherland, […]

Khaleej Times Online: Oman crude oil prices up 7.5pc for November (Bloomberg)

30 September 2007 NEW YORK — Oman crude oil’s official price for November on the Dubai Mercantile Exchange Ltd. rose 7.5 per cent from October on concerns of lower supply. Oman was set at $73.49 a barrel, up from October’s $66.34, based on a Bloomberg calculation of the average closing prices for the past month’s […]

The New York Times: Ethanol’s Boom Stalling as Glut Depresses Price

Lincolnway Energy, a midsize distillery in Iowa, was once virtually alone in the region. Today, though, competing distilleries are operating and pouring even more ethanol onto the market.   By CLIFFORD KRAUSS Published: September 30, 2007 NEVADA, Iowa, Sept. 24 — The ethanol boom of recent years — which spurred a frenzy of distillery construction, […]

The Sunday Telegraph: Share tips: Oil’s well at BP despite setback

Edited by Iain Dey Last Updated: 11:37pm BST 29/09/2007 Tony Hayward, the chief executive of BP (567.5p), was caught off guard last week when comments from a staff meeting leaked into the public domain. He warned that third-quarter results from the oil major would be “dreadful” and a strategic overhaul is imminent. While the news […]

Buenos Aires Herald: Article plus related correspondence including letter from the President of Shell Argentina published 29 Sept 2007

Article published 7 September 2007: Shell to appeal refinery closure   Shell CAPSA will appeal an order issued late Wednesday night that will lead to the closure of its refinery in the Dock Sud area for alleged pollution, company president Juan José Aranguren announced yesterday.  By Peter Johnson Herald staff The closure, the latest in […]

San Gabriel Valley Tribune: Another form of gasoline price deception

By Thomas Elias It’s one thing for consumer advocates to argue endlessly that oil companies are guilty of long-running collusion in setting prices. There’s plenty of evidence they are correct in that contention – the similarly of prices offered by different companies at the same intersections is one indicator. But no one has yet produced […]