Earlier this week, another branch of the interior department gave Shell the go-ahead to begin exploratory drilling in the Beaufort Seat, which is home to large numbers of endangered bowhead whales, walruses and seals as well as polar bear.
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President Umaru Yar’Adua met Shell’s Chief Executive Officer Peter Voser in Nigeria’s capital Abuja to discuss the situation in the oil-producing Niger Delta, which has seen a lull in violence in the last few months.
It is hoped that big corporate clients, such as BP and Shell, which often use private security in countries such as Nigeria, will also use only companies that are code-compliant.
FINANCIAL TIMES By Jean Eaglesham, Chief Political Correspondent Published: October 23 2009 03:00 | Last updated: October 23 2009 03:00 EXTRACTS The CBI yesterday issued a stark warning about the escalating level of executive pay, which it cited as a key factor in the “severe knock” business had suffered to its reputation in the recession. [...]
Anglo-Dutch giant Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSa.L), based on the average among some analysts, is expected to show comparable net profit of $2.5 billion, down 69 percent from a year ago.
LEAFLET BEING DISTRIBUTED AT SHELL CENTRE, LONDON, WEEK COMMENCING 26 OCTOBER 2009. SEX, DRUGS & CORRUPTION SPONSORED BY SHELL By John Donovan of royaldutchshellplc.com: October 2009 Shell senior management pretends that it stands resolutely behind the anti-corruption pledges in the Shell General Business Principles. I have already revealed that the hypocrites at the top of [...]