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OSSL BLACKMAIL PLOT AGAINST SHELL

To its credit Shell has not given in to the subsequent money demands, but neither has it apparently reported the matter to the Irish Police. One can see the difficulty. How do you go about asking the Irish police to investigate a blackmail plot over free alcohol worth over €35,000 given to the Irish Police […]

American, Chad Holliday, replacing Jorma Ollila as Shell Chairman

By John Donovan Chad Holliday, the former chairman of Bank of America, is replacing the Finn Jorma Ollila as chairman of Royal Dutch Shell Plc. Before his four year stint as chairman at Bank of America, Holliday was chairman and chief executive of Dupont. Commenting, Mr Ollila said, ‘I am delighted that the Board has […]

OSSL Blackmail Plot Against Shell?

By John Donovan Since 22 October 2014 I have been updating an article posing the question: “Shell being blackmailed?” Top people at Royal Dutch Shell  have all spoken directly to a director of a former Shell “Mr Fixit” company in Ireland, OSSL, which has bombarded Shell with money demands to settle a dispute that Shell […]

Shell being blackmailed?

UPDATED FRIDAY 24 OCTOBER 2014 – SEE BLUE TEXT BELOW ORIGINAL ARTICLE PUBLISHED 22 OCTOBER 2014 By John Donovan There is evidence, some of it covertly obtained, that Royal Dutch Shell Plc may be the victim of a sustained blackmail operation. Shell has not called in the police to investigate. Why not? Because certain information […]

Shell 15 page confidential statement about OSSL allegations

By John Donovan I have provided a link to a 15 page document dated 3 October 2014, which Shell supplied to OSSL, the Irish company that has made serious allegations against Shell. The information in the document may be of interest to some readers who have followed the long running saga and likewise newspapers and […]

The truth about OSSL allegations

 By John Donovan OSSL, the former Mr Fixit company for Shell EP Ireland, distributed sweeteners (bribes) on behalf of Shell to various parties to ease the tortuously slow progress of the controversial Corrib Gas Project. The lucky recipients included a senior Irish Police Officer, Detective Chief Superintendent John Gilligan ([email protected]) OSSL has now supplied me with […]

Rich hypocrite Jorma Ollila joins U.S. investment bank

By John Donovan Jorma Ollila, the departing Chairman of Royal Dutch Shell Plc., has joined a New York based investment bank, Perella Weinberg Partners. I can only assume that they are not concerned by the scandal of his failure to disclose ownership of a Luxembourg company worth €8.2 million. He admitted breaking the law,  but prefers to […]

Shell signs global strategic alliance agreement with CNOOC

(Reuters) – Royal Dutch Shell: Tuesday, 17 June 2014 * Shell and CNOOC sign global strategic alliance agreement * Shell and China National Offshore Oil Corporation (cnooc) announced today that they have signed a global strategic alliance agreement * Under agreement, companies also commit to exploring potential cooperation opportunities in upstream, midstream and downstream * […]

Jorma Ollila, tainted departing chairman of Royal Dutch Shell Plc

“During Ollila’s time at the helm, Shell has spent hundreds of billions on new projects and lavished generous pay deals on its executives, leading to several protest votes by big investors.” By John Donovan The Sunday Times reported on the front page of its business section on 8 June 2014 the news that Shell has […]

Leaving a sinking ship: Royal Dutch Shell Plc

Bichsel will undoubtedly leave shortly, joining Ollila, Rees, Brown, Brinded, Voser, Finlayson, Carne… And when everything starts to collapse, he will at least now have the satisfaction of saying “I told you so”. This is typical for a coward… By John Donovan Earlier today Reuters published comments attributed to Royal Dutch Shell Plc Executive Director, Matthias […]

Shell starts search for successor to chief

Extract from a Financila Times article by Andrew Parker and Guy Chazan published 8 June 2014 One person familiar with the situation said Mr Ollila was planning to step down because of corporate governance rules, and that the timing of his departure had nothing to do with Shell’s recent financial difficulties. Ben van Beurden became the company’s […]