The department?s conduct has been called into question several times during the past several years, including a controversial oil payment scheme, and a corruption investigation of George W. Bush?s Interior chief Gale Norton over her support of oil-shale exploration by a Royal Dutch Shell subsidiary months before the oil giant hired her as a legal counsel.
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The statement that “Shell has never been involved in ?atomic? or ?nuclear? research at the Thornton site or elsewhere in the U.K.” appears to be at odds with allegations made by former Shell employee James Featherstone, in a letter he sent on 2 May 2009 to Detective Inspector Nick Sumner c/o Homicide & Serious Crime Command at New Scotland Yard.
Issue Date: CSP Daily News, September 21, 2009 HOUSTON — Shell unveiled its new “visual identity standard” for Shell retail sites. Updating the company’s Retail Visual Identity (RVI) designed in 1992, the new look?dubbed RVIe?is “an evolutionary change,” according to spokesperson Michael Clingan. “RVIe maintains the core branding colors in a refreshed and modernized look to [...]
MOSCOW, Sept. 21 (UPI) — The newly appointed head of Royal Dutch Shell met with a delegation from Russian gas monopoly Gazprom to discuss liquefied natural gas developments. Alexei Miller, the chief executive at Gazprom, met with Shell’s Peter Voser to discuss progress at the Sakhalin-2 project. Voser took the reins at Royal Dutch Shell [...]
HOUSTON, Sept. 21 /PRNewswire/ — Shell Energy North America (Canada) Inc., a subsidiary of Shell Energy North America (US), L.P. (Shell Energy), today announced it closed on its acquisition of the Canadian natural gas and power customer contract portfolio of Integrys Energy Services of Canada Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of Integrys Energy Services, Inc.