Extracts from a Seeking Alpha article published 28 July 2014 Companies including Shell, Chevron and Exxon are diverting more and more funds to the world’s richest economies, as they grow tired of the risks of working in violent and corrupt places for the reward of finding oil and gas reserves that can be profitably exploited… The […]
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Extracts from an article by Tunde Oyedoyin published by The Guardian Nigeria on Friday 25 July 2014 A BRITISH court will temporarily sit in Nigeria next year in a bid to determine how much compensation Shell Nigeria should pay to the fishermen of the Bodo community, who were affected by the two massive oil spills that […]
Extract from an article published by Platts on 24 July 2014 Shell has opened talks with leaders of the Nembe community in the Niger Delta to stave off potential unrest that could disrupt the company’s operations, a Shell spokesman said Thursday. The talks come after the Nembe community in Brass Local Government Area of southern Bayelsa State Wednesday […]
What is even more appalling is the fact that the oil giant Royal Dutch Shell, is the one behind the scene steering the affairs of the Dutch Government and practically playing politics with ‘human lives.’ By Zik Gbemre RE: DESPITE ANGER OVER DOWNED JETLINER, EUROPE SHIES AWAY FROM SANCTIONS ON RUSSIA We find it rather […]
Extract from a Joe McGinniss email to a PR officer for one of the organizations supporting the plaintiffs in the Wiwa v Shell case, in which Joe (right) criticised the $15.5 million settlement: But I can’t help sensing that after finally reaching the point where you were about to show the world the evidence of […]
Extract from an article by Ifeanyi Izeze published 21 July 2014 by ngex.com Without doubt, treachery has continued to be the defining attribute in the tripartite relationship between Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria (SPDC) and the Federal Government on one side and the Ogoni people of Rivers state with the Rivers state government on […]
Extracts from an article published 22 July 2014 by ThisDayLive under the headline: Protecting Oil Installations through Community Engagement At a recent practical dialogue on the security and human rights practices of stakeholders involved in Nigeria’s oil and gas industry, especially within the Niger Delta operational basin, the Global Rights Nigeria disclosed that oil companies […]
We consider it a very unwise move by Shell that Mr. Osagie Okunbor, who was said to be the former Vice President (VP) Human Resources, Shell (SPDC), is currently being considered/prepared to assume the position of the Managing Director (MD) and Country Chair of Shell (SPDC) Nigeria. We strongly advise that relevant authorities of Royal Dutch Shell and Shell (SPDC) Nigeria should give this issue raised the needed attention.
Mr. Osagie Okunbor is said to be on cross-posting to The Hague, in other for him to be ‘groomed’ to occupy the said exalted position and take over from Mr. Mutiu Sunmonu, who will soon go on retirement.
Extract from a Motley Fool article by Royston Wild published Friday 18 July 2014 under the headline: The Risks Of Investing In Royal Dutch Shell Plc Like its industry rival BP, Shell also faces the prospect of being dragged through the courts — and having to incur huge legal penalties — as a result of […]
Reuters article by Alex Lawler published 10 July 2014 LONDON, July 10 (Reuters) – Shell will press on with new plants to convert gas to liquid fuels, its investment and technical edge leaving its peers behind in the process once seen as a radical game changer. The company has seen costs overrun at its flagship […]
By John Donovan In view of the recent shattering news from the jinxed Kashagan project… Production at Kazakhstan’s Kashagan Oil Field Halted Until 2016 …it is interesting to reflect back on the situation as it was in 2007, reported in this Reuters article by Tom Bergin. It seems that not much has changed. It also […]