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Shell Oil Co. Removes Toluene Bladder Cancer Lawsuit to Florida Federal Court

Extracts from an article posted by Harris Martin Publishing on 25 July 2014 July 25, 2014 ORLANDO, Fla. –– Shell Oil Co. has removed a toluene exposure lawsuit to a Florida federal court, noting that while it is a Delaware corporation with a principal place of business in Texas, the plaintiff resides in Florida. Shell […]

The world is being held hostage

Extract from a NewsDay article by MARTIN SCHRAM published 23 July 2014 by McClatchy-Tribune News Service under the headline: “Schram: The world is being held hostage” Europe’s shame could be seen as a retreat inside its own protective Shell – in this case, Shell Oil, the huge Dutch-British oil company. Shell has vast gas investments in […]

Shell secretly recorded telephone calls to 888-GO-SHELL

Californians: Are you entitled to a share in Shell $2M settlement? By John Donovan  Equilon Enterprises, a fully owned subsidiary of Shell Oil, secretly recorded calls from U.S. customers contacting 888-GO-SHELL – a call centre. This included calls originating from California. Customers disclosed private information without being aware of the surreptitious recording of their calls being […]

Royal Dutch Shell Playing Politics with Human Lives?

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 […]

Europe fails to impose tough sanctions on Russia

Extract from a Seeking Alpha article published 23 July 2014 EU foreign ministers failed to impose any tough sanctions against Russia during a meeting of the bloc’s foreign ministers yesterday, NYT reports. Dependent on Russia’s energy and wary of confrontation, Europe’s leaders have largely decided they will have to live with a newly assertive Russia. […]

One of our sources: Joe McGinniss, the famed ‘journalist provocateur’

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 […]

‘Shell will try to prevent any sanctions against Russia’

Extracts from a New York Times article by Thomas Erdbrink published 23 July 2014 in the New York edition under the headline: “Despite Anger Over Downed Jetliner, Europe Shies Away From Sanctions on Russia” Shell, the Anglo-Dutch oil giant, which has its head office in The Hague, is one of the largest foreign investors in […]

Behind the scenes at Greenpeace’s Lego and Shell protest viral video

From an article published by the Guardian newspaper on 22 July 2014 It had more than 4.5m views in its first week… The film was designed to increase the pressure on Lego to cut its ties with Shell. Arguably it is the way the film subverts and disrupts expectations that explains why more than 4.5 […]

Shell’s Ho-Ho pipeline plagued by mechanical issues

Extract from a Reuters article by Catherine Ngai published Tuesday 22 July 2014 under the headline: “Ho-Ho pipeline slow to start but pickup anticipated- traders” (Reuters) – Royal Dutch Shell’s RDSs.L Houston-to-Houma pipeline meant to relieve bottlenecks in the country’s oil hub has been plagued by mechanical issues that have led the line to run […]

Death of 193 Dutch Strains Russian Relations for Shell, Heineken

At one point the largest foreign investor in Russia, Shell declined to comment on whether its business would be affected after the downing of the plane. The company lost four employees in the incident, it said yesterday. BloombergBusinessweek article by Celeste Perri, Maud van Gaal and Fred Pals published 22 July 2014 For centuries, the fortunes […]

Will Royal Dutch Shell Be Forced to Skedaddle From Russia?

Extract from a Motley Fool article by David Smith published 21 July 2014 under the headline: “Will ExxonMobil, BP, and Royal Dutch Shell Be Forced to Skedaddle From Russia?” Amid a crescendo of calls in Washington for the imposition of severely tightened sanctions on Moscow, following last week’s tragic shoot-down of a Malaysian airliner over […]