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Stunned and outraged by Shell’s denouncement of Peter Robinson 

Comment by retired Shell International HSE Group Auditor, Bill Campbell on The Times article: Shell executive Peter Robinson took bribe, oil giant suspects

Stunned and outraged 

I find the virulent condemnation of Peter Robinson in the OML 42 affair interesting in both the timing, what happened to innocent until proven otherwise, and the strength of the rebuke I understand communicated to thousands of employees down the line, stunned and outraged, pretty strong stuff. read more

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Intrigue Thickens Over OML 42 As Neconde Sues Shell

Indigenous energy firm, Neconde, has sued International Oil Company (IOC), Royal Dutch Shell in London, for allegedly refusing to make remittances to it after it had bought a stake in controversial oil block Oil Mining Lease (OML) 42. In late March, Shell had instituted a criminal procedure against Peter Robinson, a former employee, in the Netherlands, in relation to the sale of the aforementioned block. read more

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Shell executive Peter Robinson took bribe, oil giant suspects

Peter Robinson, Shell’s former vice-president for commercial ­activities in sub-Saharan Africa, is accused of taking “kickbacks” from a multimillion-dollar oil field sale

Royal Dutch Shell has filed a criminal complaint against a former senior executive over suspicions he may have received bribes in Nigeria.

Ben van Beurden, Shell’s chief executive, told staff he was “stunned and outraged” after the Anglo-Dutch energy group discovered evidence suggesting that Peter Robinson had received “kickbacks” from the $585 million sale of an oil licence in the Niger Delta.

Shell has told Dutch prosecutors it believes a crime may have been committed against it by Mr Robinson, who was vice-president for commercial activities in sub-Saharan Africa at the time of the sale of the OML 42 block to Neconde Energy in 2011. read more

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Shell files criminal complaint against former executive

Allegations centre around kickbacks from the sale of an oilfield in Nigeria

, Energy Editor

…the emergence of new corruption allegations involving a second Shell deal in Nigeria will focus further unwelcome scrutiny on the company’s conduct in the country. “We suspect a crime may have been committed by our former employee, Peter Robinson, against Shell in relation to the sale process for OML 42,” the Anglo-Dutch group said in a statement. FULL FT ARTICLE

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Malabu Oil Deal: Shell Suspects Crime Over Another Oil Bloc In Nigeria

While carrying out investigations over allegations in the purchase of the controversial Oil Prospecting License (OPL) 245, Royal Dutch Shell Plc said it  discovered that one of its ex-vice-president, Peter Robinson may be culpable of crimes in the sale of another oil bloc, Oil Mining License (OML) 42. The oil company has continued to deny any wrongdoing in the Malabu scandal.

BY SAHARA REPORTERS, NEW YORK: MAR 28, 2018

While carrying out investigations over allegations in the purchase of the controversial Oil Prospecting License (OPL) 245, Royal Dutch Shell Plc said it  discovered that one of its ex-vice-president, Peter Robinson may be culpable of crimes in the sale of another oil bloc, Oil Mining License (OML) 42.

The oil company has continued to deny any wrongdoing in the Malabu scandal.

In the course of its self-inquisition, Shell said it began to suspect that accounts in Switzerland and a company in Seychelles in Robinson’s name were used to take kickbacks from the sale of OML 42, Bloomberg quoted a source within the company as saying. read more

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Shell implicates former oil executive in Nigeria corruption scandal

Royal Dutch Shell has filed a criminal complaint against a former executive in its Africa oil exploration business over bribery allegations, which have dogged Shell’s work in oil-rich Nigeria in recent years.

The oil major implicated Peter Robinson in the latest corruption scandal after an internal investigation unearthed suspicions of wrongdoing in the sale of an onshore Nigerian oilfield in 2011.

The Anglo-Dutch group is understood to suspect Mr Robinson of taking kickbacks on the deal to sell Shell’s stake in an aging onshore oil field, known as OML 42, to Nigerian oil firm Neconde Energy. read more

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Shell targets former senior executive in Nigeria graft complaint

UPDATE 5

Shell has informed other authorities about the suspected wrongdoing, including the U.S. Department of Justice and Britain’s Serious Fraud Office…

* Shell accuses ex-executive of ‘crime’ during oilfield sale

* Says new evidence unrelated to Italy court case

* Evidence of possible kickbacks to Seychelles company – source (Adds reaction from Robinson’s lawyer)

Ron BoussoLibby George: MARCH 28, 2018 

LONDON, March 28 (Reuters) – Royal Dutch Shell has filed a criminal complaint against a former senior employee over suspected bribes in the $390 million sale of an oilfield in Nigeria, where the company is already under investigation over a separate deal.

Dutch prosecutors confirmed they had received the complaint against Peter Robinson, a former vice president for sub-Saharan Africa. They said it would be included in an ongoing investigation into Shell and Italy’s Eni over the acquisition of a different Nigerian oilfield, known as OPL 245. read more

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