From a Shell Insider Nice hoax on the Pectina Devastatis! But do not forget it was true then and it still is true today! And history always repeats itself, also in Shell. Remember the heady days in the early 2000s when Reservoir Engineers were deemed to be a bunch of overly conservative intellectuals and evil [...]
Posts on ‘September 24th, 2009’
About 700 Shell gas stations to change hands
Gazprom operates Russia’s only LNG project, the Sakhalin-2, located on the Pacific island of Sakhalin. Shell was forced by Russian authorities to cede control of the project in 2007 – a move that scared off many investors, who saw it as a sign of the Kremlin’s attempt to renationalize its energy resources.
Over two decades later Rapmund’s family was contacted by a fellow crewmember at the time of the tragedy who wanted to clear his conscience about his knowledge of what really happened. Basically he revealed that Leo Rapmund had been murdered and there were many eyewitnesses to the crime. The family claim that when they contacted Shell in 1995 with this alarming news, Shell and its lawyers (the most prestigious and expensive law firm in the Netherlands, De Braauw, Blackstone & Westbroek) denied any knowledge or responsibility and treated them in a disgusting and arrogant manner. All responsibility and accountability were rejected. The family was fobbed-off…
Thu Sep 24, 2009 7:32am EDT SALEKHARD, Russia, Sept 24 (Reuters) – Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L) is prepared to undertake a feasibility study of a project to produce liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the northern Russian region of Yamal, Chief Executive Peter Voser said. Voser made the statement on Thursday at a meeting between Russian [...]
Sept. 24 (Bloomberg) — Arrow Energy Ltd., Royal Dutch Shell Plcs Australian coal-seam gas partner, will start drilling in Indonesia and may expand in Europe and Southern Africa as it pursues a 10-fold jump in production by 2015.
The laugh is on us this time… The information in the article below is an elaborate hoax supplied from a Dutch Shell source… (no such author or book actually exists) Content of the email received: Subject: Anyone out there taking bets on how long Shell will exist? In 2004 the Dutch author Cor Houtenboer published [...]
Within 48 hours of the ODonnell incident gardai announced unequivocally that they have found no evidence to support claims by a prominent Shell to Sea protester that armed commandos sank his shellfish boat off the coast of Mayo last week.