From our archives 2 February 2006… FROM A SHELL INSIDER Hello Alfred Below is the crap we receive from our leader. It continues to baffle me that these politicians keep finding hollow words for their messages that never change. This cowboy from Wyoming expects a few things to be different this year (see bullet points […]
Posts from ‘September, 2009’
CALGARY, Alberta, Sept 16 (Reuters) – Greenpeace activists who occupied mining equipment at Royal Dutch Shell Plc’s (RDSa.L) Canadian oil sands project ended their protest on Wednesday after 1-1/2 days and were escorted away without facing charges, the environmental group said.
Visitors to this website, which is self-evidently focused on the activities of Royal Dutch Shell, may wonder why we are drawing attention to current news involving BAE Systems and the UK Serious Fraud Squad (and the parallel corruption investigation by the US Justice Department). All will be revealed very shortly…
FINANCIAL TIMES By Michael Peel and Jeremy Lemer Published: September 30 2009 14:33 | Last updated: September 30 2009 14:33 EXTRACTS Corruption investigators were on Wednesday poised to press criminal charges over BAE Systems arms deals as the long-running probe into one of the countrys most-politically charged cases finally comes to a head, the Financial […]
Bloomberg has published a revised version of its article Shell Output Set to Pass BP With $40 Billion Spent on Projects.
The arms giant BAE tonight appeared to be ready to defy an ultimatum from the Serious Fraud Office to accept a plea deal over corruption allegations, or face prosecution. (ROYAL DUTCH SHELL INVOLVEMENT IN BAE SYSTEMS AL-YAMAMAH OIL FOR ARMS – SAUDI CORRUPTION SCANDAL)
BLOOMBERG.COM By Paul Burkhardt and Kaipin Yee Sept. 28 (Bloomberg) — Royal Dutch Shell Plc will employ about 1,100 contractors at its Deer Park, Texas, plant, as it begins a planned shutdown of an olefins unit at its chemical plant. The number of contract workers at Shell will peak at approximately 1,100 workers in late […]
Tuesday 29 Sept: Important Shell internal telecast today…? Monday 28 Sept: Whisper from a worried engineer: We hear that the 3 musketeers Marvin, Matthias and Malcolm are unable to reach agreement on whether everyone in jobgroup 2 and above has to re-apply for a job in Shell. Matthias as a good Swiss with a Teutonic […]
Voser, meanwhile, who took over the CEO post at Shell in July, is orchestrating a major revamp at the Anglo-Dutch oil giant that includes job and cost cuts.
It is notable that although Bloomberg routinely make their articles permanently accessible on the Bloomberg website, the article that was the subject of postings by our contributors below – “Outsider” and “Insider” – has been deleted by Bloomberg without explanation or apology. It is of course impossible to do the same with newspaper articles which […]
In future, Shell will present its financial results in three segments: Upstream, Downstream and Corporate & Minority Interest, the company said.
BAGHDAD Iraq risks missing a one-year deadline to strike a deal with energy giant Royal Dutch Shell for a four-billion-dollar gas production deal in southern Iraq, a government spokesman told AFP on Tuesday.
Alarmingly, despite the growing belligerence of Irans government, Europe seems more anxious than ever to make new energy investments in Iran. European energy firms such as Shell and Spains state-owned Repsol recently confirmed a $10 billion investment in Iran.
Whisper from a worried engineer: We hear that the 3 musketeers Marvin, Matthias and Malcolm are unable to reach agreement on whether everyone in jobgroup 2 and above has to re-apply for a job in Shell. Matthias as a good Swiss with a Teutonic streak wants to go for the Endlösung and have it all […]