Australian Broadcasting Corporation Broadcast: 08/03/2011 Reporter: Minsi Chung Petroleum giant Shell plans to drill for oil 50 kilometres from the national heritage listed Ningaloo Reef. Transcript ALI MOORE, PRESENTER: Petroleum giant Shell is on a collision course with conservationists over a plan to drill for oil 50 kilometres from Ningaloo Reef, a national heritage listed [...]
Posts on ‘March 8th, 2011’
By John Donovan We have received interesting email following our posting of the threats made against us by Royal Dutch Shell Plc . The threats related to our publication of relevant pages from “A History of Royal Dutch Shell”, focused on the Nazi past of the oil giant. The question of our continued mortality was [...]
By Mika Unrest has reached Oman, the usually “sedate” and “tranquil” Sultanate on the southeastern corner of the Arabian Peninsula. Inspired by uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Bahrain, Omani youth took to the streets to challenge government corruption, cronyism, unemployment and a lack of democracy. Protests spread across the desert country, with police firing [...]
AMSTERDAM, March 7 (Reuters) – Royal Dutch Shell said it would not tie executives’ bonuses in 2011 to a benchmark index after its expulsion from that index over its Nigerian operations scuppered its 2010 sustainability-linked bonuses.