We hear from our sources 18 people disciplined at Shell Deer Park after being caught taking kick backs from… (name of company supplied) Some type of written letter in their files, frozen at their grade with no future percentage raises, no ICP (bonus pay) for 2 to 3 years. No one terminated because someone high [...]
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Financial Times By Tom Burgis in Port Harcourt Published: November 2 2009 02:00 | Last updated: November 2 2009 02:00 EXTRACTS The flames have burned for half a century but darkness still prevails in the Niger delta. At night, the orange glow from flares – fuelled by the waste natural gas from crude production – [...]
Financial Times The Squeeze: Oil, Money and Greed in the 21st Century By Tom Bower HarperPress £20, 448 pages FT Bookshop price: £16 EXTRACT: The events he covers are scarcely less dramatic than those described in The Prize , including the ascent of the oil price to record highs, the power grab by leaders such [...]
Dorday, a “learning consultant” with Shell International, is said to be linked to at least 20 boys, aged ten to 17.
Who will reap the peace dividend if the cease-fire in the Niger delta, now a week old, holds? Surprisingly, it might not be international oil companies (IOCs) like Royal Dutch Shell that operate large fields in Nigeria.
Siw Hendriks, head of legal IT at Shell, said from Sweden that the contract was awarded following a rigorous selection process by Shell, run over the past nine months.