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Behind the scenes at Greenpeace’s Lego and Shell protest viral video

From an article published by the Guardian newspaper on 22 July 2014 It had more than 4.5m views in its first week… The film was designed to increase the pressure on Lego to cut its ties with Shell. Arguably it is the way the film subverts and disrupts expectations that explains why more than 4.5 […]

It’s try, try, try again for Shell in the Arctic

Extracts from a Petroleum News article by Eric Lidji published week of 20 July 2014 under the headline: “Explorers 2014: It’s try, try, try again for Shell in the Arctic” Shell has cancelled its past two exploration programs in the Arctic and the 2015 program is uncertain. As Royal Dutch Shell plc nears the end […]

Greenpeace urges Lego to end Shell partnership

Extract from an article by Adam Vaughan published by The Guardian on Tuesday 1 July 2014 On Tuesday the environmental group will target the Danish company, which has distributed more than 16m Shell-branded toys via petrol stations in 26 countries, hoping to pressure it through “creative action” and mobilising the 5 million “Arctic supporters” it […]

Are Asset Sales the Answer for Royal Dutch Shell plc?

Extracts from a Motley Fool article by Arjun Sreekumar published 23 June 2014 On Monday, Shell announced the sale of a 19% stake in Woodside Petroleum, a deal that is expected to raise $5 billion. On Wednesday, the company announced that it had filed a registration statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission related […]

Peter Voser spending more time with his family

By John Donovan When the surprise announcement was made by Peter Voser that he would be stepping down early from his position as Chief Executive of Royal Dutch Shell Plc, it was claimed that his early exit was prompted by a sudden desire to spend more time with his family. It supposedly had nothing to […]

Report finds nations are woefully unprepared for Arctic oil spills

Extract from a PRI Public Radio International article by Adam Wernick published Friday Friday 6 June  Back in January, Royal Dutch Shell announced it was abandoning plans to drill for oil in the Arctic waters near Alaska. It was the second time in two years the company was forced to postpone plans to drill in […]

Noble Discoverer headed to Singapore

Shell workers scramble to the beach in Dutch Harbor to assess the situation with the drilling ship Noble Discoverer when it went aground while on Arctic assignment. One of the many incidents that destroyed Shell’s reputation and severely delayed its Arctic/Alaska offshore drilling plans. Extract from an upstream online article by Katherine Schmidt published 5 June 2014 The drillship […]

Traci Alford of Shell confesses ‘not everyone likes us…’

By John Donovan Interesting Marketing magazine interview published today with Traci Alford, the global head of Shell’s fuels branding located at Shell’s new regional HQ in Singapore. Traci confesses that “not everyone likes us…” How perceptive. Talks about Shell’s painful experience online.  Claims that Shell wants a online dialogue with consumers. Perhaps she is unaware […]

Interior takes step toward resuming Arctic exploration

Extract from an article by Laura Barron-Lopez  published 27 May 2014 by THE HILL Royal Dutch Shell may be able to resume Arctic oil and gas exploration if the Interior Department sticks to the timeline it filed to the U.S. District Court of Alaska. In a fling made Friday, Interior set a timeline for conducting […]

US BOEM aims for revised Chukchi Sea analysis in spring

Extracts from a Platts article published 27 May 2014 The US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management told a US District Court in Alaska on Friday it will have a Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for the 2008 Chukchi Sea lease sale prepared by August and publication of a Final EIS by February. Under the schedule […]

BP claimants do not have to prove losses were related to 2010 disaster

Extracts from articles published by The Daily Mail newspaper on 21st & 22nd of May 2014 BP’s bill for its Gulf of Mexico oil spill could rise by billions, after it lost an appeal to halt compensation claims it believes are unjustified. A US court refused to overturn a decision that claimants do not have to […]