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Shell Libya Security Breach

There are 47 pages in all, many marked as confidential. The leaked files include a history of Shell’s long involvement with Libya, confidential technical information, confidential strategies and plans, including projections stretching many years ahead.

By John Donovan

We have combined a number of leaked files relating to Shell’s operations in Libya and have published them online.

There are 47 pages in all, many marked as confidential.

The leaked files include a history of Shell’s long involvement with Libya, confidential technical information, confidential strategies and plans, including projections stretching many years ahead.

The information is likely to be of interest to academics and even more so to Shell’s rivals, who may find some of it invaluable.

The leaked information comes from the same source who has previously supplied us with Shell internal emails and documents relating to Libya including a Shell document containing names of predominantly young people with ties to the inner circle of the Qaddafi regime who received preferential treatment in their applications for Shell jobs. The evidence was the source material for an article published in an Italian magazine: How Shell pleased Qaddafi

The latest leaked Shell information (We cannot guarantee authenticity)

The 2013 dates which appear are part of our processing and do not appear on the original documents.

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