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Observer Newspaper: World’s biggest ship, the Pieter Schelte, sparks Nazi outrage on arrival in Rotterdam

FROM AN ARTICLE BY ED VULLIAMY PUBLISHED BY THEGUARDIAN.COM AND THE OBSERVER NEWSPAPER, SUNDAY 25 JAN 2015 UNDER THE HEADLINE: World’s biggest ship, the Pieter Schelte, sparks Nazi outrage on arrival in Rotterdam Extracts Leaders of Jewish communities and Holocaust memorial groups in Britain and the Netherlands have reacted with rage and despair at the […]

Jewish Groups Outraged At Launching Of World’s Largest Crane Ship Named After SS Officer

Article by Tibi Singer published Saturday 24 Jan 2015 The Swiss-based Allseas Group’s new ship, Pieter Schelte, is 1,146 feet long and 372 feet wide. Built by Daewoo Heavy Industries in South Korea, at a reported cost of $2.85 billion, it is capable of lifting loads of 48,000 tons. It is the world’s largest offshore pipelay […]

Oil majors to preserve dividends despite oil collapse, tap debt

REUTERS ARTICLE PUBLISHED 23 Jan 2015 (Reuters) – Europe’s oil majors will strike a sober note in their fourth-quarter results and investors will focus on companies’ plans to maintain cherished dividends and their strategies to cope with the oil prices collapse that caught many unawares. Having sold around $120 billion in assets in recent years […]

Dusting off the Shell BP merger files

Shell and the forerunner of BP bribed a famous politician to facilitate a merger  According to Sir Martin Gilbert, the official biographer of Winston Churchill, Royal Dutch Shell and BP (then called Burmah Anglo-Persian Oil Company), were in merger discussions in 1923. Extract from a BBC News Magazine article published 22 Jan 2015 10. Cash for […]

Lloyd’s Register PR Fanfair Saluting Nazi named mega-ship The Pieter Schelte

THIS ARTICLE, INCLUDING THE SCREENSHOT OF THE FRONT COVER OF JAN 2015 EDITION OF HORIZONS MAGAZINE (IMMEDIATELY BELOW), WAS SUPPLIED IN ADVANCE OF PUBLICATION TO LLOYD’S REGISTER AND ALLSEAS WITH THE INVITATION TO CORRECT ANY INACCURATE INFORMATION. IT FOLLOWS THAT BOTH FIRMS HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO SEEK AN INJUNCTION TO PREVENT PUBLICATION.  By John Donovan […]

Shell launches investigation into suspected North Sea gas leak

Article by Niamh Burns published by EnergyVoice.com 21 Jan 2015 Shell launches investigation into suspected North Sea gas leak An investigation has been launched after a suspected gas leak in the North Sea. Oil major Shell, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) will review the incident, which […]

Blood in the water

Mergers offer a chance to cut costs and save money. Prices are low. BP, now fit, lean and cheap, is not best placed to go shopping itself. So it could be on someone else’s list. The oil giant’s troubles could make it a takeover target, especially if the price of crude keeps falling INVESTORS in […]

Shell fined nearly $1 million for falsely selling green motor fuel

SHELL FOUND TO HAVE MISLABELLED ULTRA-LOW SULFUR DIESEL From ClickGreen staff. Published Tuesday 20 Jan 2015 under the headline: Shell slapped with near-$1 million fine for falsely selling green motor fuel The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced a settlement with three companies affiliated with Shell Oil Company to resolve Clean Air Act violations, […]

Exxon Mobil, Royal Dutch Shell, and Petrobras In Trouble?

By: MICHEAL KAUFMAN: Published: Jan 20, 2015 James Chanos is a renowned short-seller, hedge fund manager, and the founder of Kynikos Associates – an investment firm which specializes in short-selling. In an interview with CNBC last Friday, Mr. Chanos cited serious problems for some of the largest oil producers, leading him to short some major oil […]

Goodfellow or Badfellow?

By John Donovan There have been a number of posts on our Shell Blog by insiders welcoming the apparent departure of Paul Goodfellow, Vice President US Unconventionals for Upstream Americas. e.g. POSTING BY “F-150″ So, Christmas has finally arrived in The States with the announcement that Goodfellow is finally leaving. After seeing the havoc he […]

Proof Errant Shell employees can end up in jail 

By John Donovan Shell employees can potentially end up financially destitute or in jail for acts of negligence, for lying or falsifying records on behalf of Shell, or when giving misleading evidence on behalf of Shell in a court case. The news story below – Oil Worker Faces Stiff Penalties After Airport Spill – comes […]