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Union protest at Royal Dutch Shell Plc Dutch HQ

By John Donovan More than a 1,000 cleaners are on strike today so that they can participate in a protest at Shell’s Dutch headquarters at 30 Carel van Bylandtlaan in The Hague. The action is organized by the FNV union and is part of a nationwide campaign by the cleaners seeking better working conditions. The […]

Shell’s bad missteps all but killed off US Arctic oil program

Extracts from an article by Nick Cunningham published Sunday 20 April 2014 by oilprice.com under the headline:”Russia’s Arctic Prize Won’t Be As Big As Many Think” While Royal Dutch Shell’s bad missteps have all but killed off the Arctic oil program in the United States, Russia is moving ahead, and Putin clearly believes that the […]

A piss up at Christmas time courtesy of Shell

Guardian/Observer Ed Vulliamy on Irish TV3: “And what worries me with this is okay this is the cops you know having a piss up at Christmas time courtesy of Shell and them unable to deny it.” Unofficial Transcript of a Vincent Brown interview of Ed Vulliamy broadcast 3 April 2014 during Tonight with Vincent Browne […]

Louisiana Benzene Case against Shell settled

“Shell’s potential exposure to litigation throughout the US for benzene exposure claims may now be very significant – this could be a repeat of the asbestos claims of a few years ago.” Extracts from an article published 11 April 2014 by HarrisMartin.com under the headline: “Parties Remaining in Louisiana Benzene Case Scheduled for June 2014 […]

Shell remains committed to Alaskan arctic

Extracts from an article by Daniel J. Graeber published 9 April 2014 by UPI HOUSTON, April 9 (UPI) — The arctic waters off the Alaskan coast may be one of the more promising reserve basins in the nation, but exploration will have to wait, Shell said Wednesday. Ann Pickard, executive vice president for Shell’s arctic […]

China a sink hole for Royal Dutch Shell

There are so many things wrong in China and RDS has no idea of what is going on. Investors be aware that it is a sink hole with no financial bottom and the “good ole boy” politics are in play in China. Posting on Shell Blog by “Tyler” on 2014/04/05 at 04:04 Let’s talk China. […]

Kashagan oil field: Stuck between ‘a widow maker’ and ‘a rotating bomb’

Extracts from a Reuters INSIGHT article by Oleg Vukmanovic and Stephen Jewkes published 3 April 2014 Western oil majors struggling to restart production at one of the world’s biggest offshore oilfields in Kazakhstan have found that whole kilometres of pipeline are defective, two people recently returned from the $50 billion project say. Oil company investigators […]

Kashagan aka Cash All Gone

Extracts from an article by Rupert Hargreaves published by The Motley Fool on Mar 31st 2014 under the headline: ExxonMobil Is Spending Plenty but Growth Is Just Around the Corner The Kashagan field is the largest oil discovery in 40 years, and the project to develop the field has required so much investment and expertise […]

Crackdown on Russia Could Hurt Western Oil

Extracts from an article by CLIFFORD KRAUSS published in print on March 28, 2014, on page B1 of the New York edition of The New York Times with the headline: Crackdown on Russia Could Hurt Western Oil. As the United States seeks to strengthen sanctions on Moscow for its occupation of Crimea, energy experts say […]

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 […]

Former Shell exec has no problem with Shell bribing Irish police?

From his recently posted comments, it seems that LondonLad has no problem with Shell drowning the Irish police force (the Garda) in free Christmas booze, despite allegations that they are “Shell’s Cops” and have allegedly acted accordingly when dealing with protestors. Perhaps he thinks that if corruption is okay for Shell in Nigeria, then its […]

Shell blasted amid poverty, conflict

Social Action accuses Shell of handing out payments for so-called security contracts to rival factions on opposing sides, who used the money to buy more weapons and ammunition to sustain the conflict. Extracts from an article published on 20 March 2014 by WAR ON WANT Shell will come under fire on Saturday, World Water Day, […]

Shell reorganises American shale operations

Extracts from an Alice Young article published 19 March 2014 by iNVEZZ.com under the headline: Shell share price: Group reorganises American shale operations Royal Dutch Shell Plc has reorganised its American shale gas and oil operations into a single business in an attempt to improve their performance, the Financial Times has reported. According to the […]

How Shell’s cutbacks will feel in Houston

Extract from an article by Jordan Blum published by Houston Business Journal on 16 March 2014 Shell is cutting about 400 people — out of about 1,800 total — from its onshore North American operations. But Shell spokeswoman Kayla Macke emphasized that most of those 400 employees will be “redeployed” to other Shell projects. FULL […]