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Royal Dutch Shell Chairman Jorma Ollila failed to disclose ownership of Luxembourg company worth €8.2 million

“It will be interesting to see what happens next. If Ollila (right) did not disclose his Luxembourg interests to the authorities, this was presumably because he did not declare them for tax purposes either. So when others within the companies that he leads commit breaches of inconvenient laws, they can presumably use the justification that […]

Jorma Ollila fined for concealing Luxembourg investments

Extract from an article published 26 March 2014 by Uutiset Jorma Ollila, who is now chairman of the board of both Royal Dutch Shell and steelmaker Outokumpu, has been fined 3,000 euros by Finland’s Financial Supervisory Authority (Fiva) for failing to make a timely disclosure that he owns an investment company called Kestrel SA. The […]

Finnish market watchdog sanctions Shell chairman Ollila

HELSINKI, March 26 Wed Mar 26, 2014 2:14pm EDT (Reuters) – Finland’s financial watchdog said it has imposed a 3,000 euro fine against Jorma Ollila, the board chairman of Royal Dutch Shell Plc as well as Outokumpu Oyj for not declaring a company he controlled to a public insider register. A spokeswoman for the Finnish […]

Royal Dutch Shell Uncertainty in Ukraine

*Three days after Russian diplomats assured the West that Russia will not invade Ukraine, Russia … invaded Ukraine. Photo Credit By John Donovan In 2012 Shell won a license to start commercial production at the Yuzivska gas field in eastern Ukraine. A year ago then Royal Dutch Shell CEO Peter Voser signed a contract to […]

Royal Dutch Shell leadership: Bring back Sir Henri Deterding

If only it was possible to resurrect Sir Henri Deterding at his best, the extraordinary Dutchman who built the Royal Dutch Shell Group. In his first couple of decades at Shell he was a brilliant decisive leader brimming with ambition, ideas and incredible determination. He would have acted to exploit BP’s self-inflicted misfortunes, whereas Van […]

Ukraine’s cooperation with Shell expanded

27 January 2014 Ukraine’s agreement with international company Royal Dutch Shell remains inviolable, Prime Minister Mykola Azarov has reaffirmed in Davos. Moreover, according to him, cooperation with the largest international company will be expanded, the Information-Analytical Bulletin of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine informs. Following the results of negotiations in Davos between Azarov and […]

The destabilisation of Royal Dutch Shell gathers pace

While speculation still swirls about the unexpected early exit by Peter Voser and the abrupt departure by Peter Rees, we can now add the name of Andy Brown to the mystery about the seismic developments and uncertainty that has engulfed Royal Dutch Shell Plc.  By John Donovan  Three weeks ago I published an article under the […]

Shell shock as new boss is appointed

ROYAL DUTCH SHELL sprang another surprise on the City yesterday by naming its head of refining Ben van Beurden as its new chief executive to succeed Peter Voser next January.   Published: Wed, July 10, 2013 Dutchman Van Beurden, 55, who has been with the Anglo-Dutch oil giant for 30 years but only appointed to […]

Shell picks Ben van Beurden as surprise new chief

Royal Dutch Shell has named Ben van Beurden, a 30-year company veteran, as its new chief executive in an unexpected appointment. By James Titcomb: 9:21AM BST 09 Jul 2013 The Anglo-Dutch energy giant said on Tuesday morning that Mr Van Beurden, 55, will take charge at the start of next year, with current CEO Peter […]

Royal Dutch Shell members of the secretive Bilderberg Group

Royal Dutch Shell Plc board members Peter Voser, Simon Henry and Jorma Ollila, all members of the sinister Bilderberg Group and participants in the controversial 2013 Bilderberg Conference. How is their membership is such a secretive organisation compatible with Shell’s claimed core business principles of openness and transparency? (Comment by John Donovan) Famous for being […]

A slap for Shell

By Rob Davies: PUBLISHED 22 May 2013 Investors joined environmental protesters in giving Royal Dutch Shell a slap on the wrists, as a tenth of them failed to back the oil giant’s pay arrangements. In what is likely to be chief executive Peter Voser’s last annual meeting before he retires, some 10 per cent of […]

Shell says hunt for new CEO is underway

By Andrew Callus THE HAGUE | Tue May 21, 2013 9:35am EDT (Reuters) – The hunt for Royal Dutch Shell’s (RDSa.L) next chief executive is underway, its chairman said on Tuesday, after CEO Peter Voser made what could be his last appearance at the oil group’s annual shareholder meeting. Voser announced his surprise decision three […]

Russia and the Netherlands cement special relationship with Shell drilling deal

City Diary: Russia and the Netherlands cement special relationship with Shell drilling deal By Harriet Dennys, City Diary Editor 8:30AM BST 10 Apr 2013 Good to see Vladimir Putin looking for leadership guidance on his trade tour of the Netherlands. Not from Shell chairman Jorma Ollila – although the pair’s date to sign off the […]

Taped telephone call confirms Shell Brent Bravo explosion cover-up

Bill Campbell believes that the innocent victims of Shell senior managements willingness to put production, profits, personal greed and ambition before the safety of Shell offshore employees, are being blamed for their own tragic avoidable deaths. Journalists who feel duped by information given to them by Shell, including by its then CEO Jeroen van der […]