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Oil price to dip to $50 or even lower?

By John Donovan Recognising the seismic significance of the continuing collapse in the price of oil, The Sunday Times devoted several articles to the subject last weekend. It has done the same again this weekend, with coverage in the main newspaper and in the Business Section. Oil price slump puts explorers up for grabs Predators circle… Extracts […]

Shell’s Return to Iran?

Iranian officials have said that Royal Dutch Shell, British Petroleum, France’s Total and Russia’s Lukoil had expressed interest in investing in Iran when the sanctions imposed on Tehran over its nuclear program are eased. MOSCOW, December 8 (Sputnik) — Iran will offer foreign investors new oil contracts amounting to $40 billion at an international conference […]

OPEC IN DISARRAY AS OIL PRICE TUMBLES

Major Opec nations, Russia and US shale oil drillers now appear on the brink of a price war as these three giant producing blocs fight for a greater share of global demand. (Potentially disastrous news for Big Oil – ExxonMobil, Shell, BP, Chevron and Total) The Telegraph: World on brink of oil price war as Opec […]

OIL, OIL, TOIL AND TROUBLE

ARTICLE BY STEVEN HAYWARD, PUBLISHED BY POWERLINE 25 NOVEMBER 2014 The fall OPEC meeting is under way right now in Vienna, and all eyes are on the Saudis, to see whether they will lead a strategy to stop the fall in oil prices, which is putting the crimp on Iran, Russia, and Venezuela, among other […]

Shell CEO on global turmoil’s impact

Screenshots from a Fox Business video of an interview with Royal Dutch Shell CEO Ben van Beurden on 4 Sept 2014 shows the uncertainty that surrounds Shell. Mr van Beurden bluntly made it clear at the May 2014 Shell AGM that Shell’s priority is what is in the economic interests of Shell shareholders, not geopolitical […]

ROYAL DUTCH SHELL PLC AND RUSSIA: BUSINESS AS USUAL

By John Donovan Shell CEO Ben van Beurden was straightforward in what he publicly stated at the 2014 AGM of Royal Dutch Shell Plc. He said that Shell puts the interests of its shareholders first, above any geopolitical considerations. That is his excuse for Shell’s dealings with evil regimes in Iran and Russia, irrespective of […]

Royal Dutch Shell and U.S. Sanctions on Russia

Shell CEO Ben van Beurden bows to President Putin during a meeting held on 18 April 2014 By John Donovan Royal Dutch Shell directors must be feeling anxious again. For some years Shell continued to trade with Iran despite U.S. sanctions and engaged in machinations in an attempt to disguise what was going on.  Today, President […]

Shell, Iran and 9/11

Basically Shell is holding on to over $2 billion of  funds belonging to an ‘adjudicated terrorist’ – Iran – and is denying those funds to the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. By John Donovan I have already reported how Shell management attempted to exploit the 9/11 attacks for their […]

Total oil debts to Iran exceeds $ 4 bln

Extracts from a Trend article by Umid Niayesh published 20 May 2014 Royal Dutch Shell also has not settled its debts without unveiling further details. Previously Iranian media outlets reported that the country’s oil minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh has tasked a working group with collecting $2.3 billion debt from Royal Dutch Shell. Shell lost money trading Iranian […]

Royal Dutch Shell shameful record of appeasement

By John Donovan For nearly a hundred years the Royal Dutch Shell Group has appeased and collaborated with evil regimes including Nazi Germany, Nigeria, Brunei, Saudi Arabia, Libya, Iran, Iraq under Saddam Hussein, Apartheid South Africa and with Putin of Russia, despite his annexation of Sakhalin2 and Crimea. Anything to earn a buck irrespective of ethics, […]

BP and Shell exposed as US prepares first warning shot against Russia’s oil and gas industry

Firms may be forced to curtail operations as G7 powers prepare to launch new sanctions    Extract from an article by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard published1:28PM BST 27 Apr 2014 by The Telegraph Britain’s top energy companies face an extremely delicate situation as the world’s G7 powers prepare to launch the next wave of sanctions against Russia, and […]