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Rail chaos at Finsbury Park: Trusting ex Shell executives to run a railway network?

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(THE ABOVE SCREENSHOT IS FROM AN ARTICLE IN THE INDEPENDENT PUBLISHED SUNDAY 28 DEC 2014)

Screen Shot 2014-08-28 at 13.22.02ARTICLE BY BILL CAMPBELL, RETIRED HSE GROUP AUDITOR, SHELL INTERNATIONAL

Could you really trust ex Shell executives to run a railway network?

In the usual manner *TFA Malcolm the Tank Engine arranged for his apprentice Marc Carne to take over as CEO of Network Rail, but like his disciples Bjorn Berget, Chris Finlayson, Gregory P Hill, dear Marc is a follower, not a leader, how otherwise would TFA Brinded have recruited them as his obedient servants in the first place.

Outside the protected arena of Shell, and in the public domain, we sense their true worth.

Perhaps, just perhaps, after the fiasco and chaos at Finsbury Park dear Marc will follow the example of Chris the gasman and be booted out his organisation, what a way to run a railway network!!

ARTICLE ENDS

*Shell’s notorious “Touch F*** All” safety culture on North Sea Platforms resulted in the deaths of Shell employees in an explosion on the Brent Bravo platform.

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Mark Carne, New Network Rail Boss, To Get £100,000 More Than Sir David Higgins: HUFF POST: 5 SEPT 2013

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Network Rail’s new chief executive has come under fire for being paid £100,000 more than his predecessor. Mark Carne, a former oil executive at Royal Dutch Shell, will receive a basic salary of £675,000, which is £100,000 higher than his predecessor’s pay.

Screen Shot 2014-12-29 at 09.14.50Rail chiefs to get HUGE payouts despite chaos: Daily Express: 29 December 2014

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RAILWAY bosses who presided over the Christmas travel nightmare are in line for pay and bonus packages worth hundreds of thousands of pounds.

Mark Carne, chief executive of Network Rail, is to receive a £135,000 bonus on top of his £675,000 salary.

Mark Carne and the Shell Brent Bravo Scandal 5 SEPT 2013

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Several years ago, Mr. Carne didn’t get a job in Shell UK that he was hoping for, and he left to take a role in BG. It didn’t take BG long to release him.

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