Article by a former employee of Shell Oil Co. John, I was reading some of your references to ‘strong men’ at the helm of Shell and the negative impacts they have had on the company. In the States, the 1980′s were the decade of ‘Bookout’. This was when I worked for Shell. At Shell USA […]
Posts from ‘July, 2010’
By Andrew Johnson: Friday July 30, 2010 ROYAL Dutch Shell yesterday expressed confidence in its safety standards in the wake of BPs Gulf of Mexico oil spill as it unveiled a near doubling in profits to $4.5billion (£2.9billion) for the second quarter to June. Chief executive Peter Voser (right) said the disaster was a tragedy […]
Tuesday, July 27, 2010 Western People EDITORIAL: Latest Corrib delay exposes monumental folly of Bellanaboy plan It is almost ten years since plans were unveiled for a gas processing facility at Bellanaboy in North Mayo. When permission was initially sought from Mayo Co Council for the gas terminal, the promoters of the Corrib project confidently […]
Potentially adding its name to the line of claimants, Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSa.L) idled seven rigs and took a $56 million charge related to the drilling ban on Thursday. Saying the ban would reduce its production by almost 3 million barrels this year, the company did not rule out reclaiming the cash from BP. Shell, one of the biggest oil producers in the Gulf of Mexico, said it had idled rigs rather than move them elsewhere because the ban’s six-month duration meant it was not profitable to redeploy them to other areas.
Shell is among companies that have said theyre still considering whether to continue their investments, he said. New sanctions adopted this month by the European Union probably will accelerate Shells decision, he said.
Telegraph.co.uk Royal Dutch Shell has defended the safety record of deepwater drilling, as cost-cutting helped it to make $4.4bn of profits in the last quarter. By Rowena Mason Published: 6:30AM BST 30 Jul 2010 The oil giant slashed its spending by $3.5bn over the last 18 months by shedding 7,000 staff and making operational savings. […]
NEW ORLEANS BP gas station owners across the country are divided over whether the oil giant stained by its handling of the Gulf spill should rebrand U.S. outlets as Amoco or another name as part of its effort to repair the company’s badly damaged reputation.
The PR Report Whats the story? is the title for the Australian Journalists 2010 annual conference. Its a good theme; the core of excellent journalism is to ask the question whats the story? Which leads nicely to this question: whats the story with the Australian Journalists union accepting sponsorship from Exxon Mobil? See the details […]
For obvious reasons, “SHELLTOX”, is not a brand name Shell would adopt these days. The “flykiller” was launched in the USA in the late 20′s. Aptly named, it contained a mixture of toxic chemicals deadly to flies and humans. An indiscriminate killer. Shell Chemical also had to take its No-Pest-Strip off the market… the U.S. […]
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL JULY 29, 2010 LONDON (Dow Jones)–Royal Dutch Shell PLC’s (RDSB) new Perdido field in the Gulf of Mexico was shut down in April by the U.S. drilling moratorium less than a month after starting up and won’t resume production until October, said the company’s Chief Financial Officer Simon Henry Thursday. The […]
Second-quarter profits at oil giant Royal Dutch Shell have almost doubled after the firm completed a year-long corporate restructuring programme. The firm reported profits of $4.5bn (£2.9bn) on a current cost of supplies basis, up from $2.3bn a year ago. But it marked a drop from the $4.9bn it made in the first three months […]
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