By Paddy Briggs The real question to ask about Shells unbelievably crass decision not to allow the sale of poppies at their petrol stations this year is at what level the call as made. Ignore the statement from Shirley Cinco, at Shells Customer Service Centre in Manchester, that: Rather than simply giving to worthy causes, [...]
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BIG SCALE FRAUD AT SHELL CRESSEX HIGH WYCOMBE PETROL STATION RECEIVED BY EMAIL Have a look at this facebook web page. This group has now 748 members who had fraud on their account after buying petrol from Shell Cressex station. Why doesn’t Shell do something about it? (JD: Perhaps Shell has been too busy dealing [...]
PetroJobRecruit.co.uk UK centric jobsite for the Worldwide Petroleum/Oil&Gas Industry (Upstream and Downstream)
PetroJobRecruit.co.uk (http://www.petrojobrecruit.co.uk) is a UK centric jobsite for the Worldwide Petroleum/Oil&Gas Industry (Upstream and Downstream). Candidates, Recruiters and Employers from all over the world can register free of cost and utilise the site. The site focuses on International Jobs.
Posted by “IT4me” on Nov 8th, 2009 at 11:18 am SHELL IT’s ‘IDENTITY CRISIS’ One of the more intriguing IT projects running at the moment is “IAM” – IDENTITY and ACCESS MANAGEMENT. Shell has always had poor quality ‘people’ records. Identity Theft is all around us. So an idea now exercising senior minds is that [...]
By Gordon Deegan Saturday, November 07, 2009 SHELL Ireland has received a 90 million cash injection to complete its controversial works to allow gas be taken from the Corrib gas field. The cash injection to Shell E&P Ireland Ltd from its parent company is confirmed in documents recently lodged with the Companies Office. The 90m [...]
Houston’s energy economy has clearly felt the sting of an unprecedented drop in crude and natural gas prices, with more than 18,000 jobs lost in past months.
But recent downsizing moves by Royal Dutch Shell, ConocoPhillips and other oil and gas companies appear to go beyond the typical bottom-of-the-cycle belt tightening.
They suggest a permanent shift toward doing more with less in what could be a troubling trend for Houston.
The Sunday Times November 8, 2009 SHELL MINDLESS AND MISGUIDED Marc Horne SHELL, the oil giant, is facing a boycott of its products by armed forces veterans after it banned poppy appeal collections at its petrol stations. Veterans will this week discuss organising an embargo in protest at the Anglo-Dutch companys refusal to allow poppies [...]
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has fined UBS £8 million for weak controls that allowed staff in its private bank to make thousands of unauthorised trades with clients money and then hide the losses. It is the third-largest fine awarded by the FSA.