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Screen Shot 2013-10-01 at 07.56.54Free Research Access on Royal Dutch Shell Plc .com (to over 37,000 articles, comments and documents)

FREE RESEARCH

We have the worlds largest online library of news articles, comments and leaked documents about the oil giant Royal Dutch Shell and related matters. They are all available FREE for educational and research purposes.

Over 37,000 are stored here and on our sister website: www.ShellNews.net

Over 30,000 articles, comments and documents are available on this website by using our internal Search facility at the top of the far right column. There are no charges of any kind.

For free access to over 7,200 articles/documents on our original website, click on the link below:

SHELL NEWS NET SEARCH (and use the Google Search facility)

CONTACT INFORMATION

WEBSITE OPERATOR/EDITOR: JOHN DONOVAN

Email: john@shellnews.net

DISCLAIMER:

This is not a Shell website nor is it officially endorsed by or affiliated with Royal Dutch Shell Plc. We are an independent non-profit website monitoring Shell’s activities.

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This warning is about scam artists using Shell’s name to front bogus job recruitment schemes, fake lotteries, sham business propositions etc. We receive enquiries almost every day from people trying to fathom whether purported communications from Shell are genuine. We do not publish them because it might give legitimacy to names and contact information used by fraudsters. If you have doubts about the authenticity of any purported communication from Shell, please click this link to view the Fraud and Scam alert on the Shell.com website.

3 Comments on “Shell Online Library”

  1. #1 Dave
    on Jan 18th, 2014 at 20:28

    I am an 80 year old man who recently had open heart surgery with a lot of difficultly just surviving, and I was recently the victim of Shell Oil’s conspiracy to use policy and tactics to hook people into a late fee situation and make it impossible for you to reach someone at Shell to resolve your problem. In the meantime they keep adding
    outrageous gouging fees which Shell employees refer to as their “Escalating Fee” program. It’s a criminal conspiracy designed to prevent you from resolving your problem while they escalate your balance into the hundreds. For example a $35.00 penalty for an $8.25 charge I had forgotten to pay when I asked to cancel my
    accidental insurance with Shell. Within 60 days my 8.25 escalated into $93.00+ AND RISING. In addition, they canceled my Shell credit card capriciously and vindictively when I questioned the fairness of their policy. Shell Oil is evil and it’s demise is pending.

  2. #2 The Black Knight
    on Aug 22nd, 2010 at 16:31

    This is for ‘Angel’. Google ‘Shell Spying’. It seems even the US government is not immune from IP theft. Even if the information is classified military secrets. Shell has no shame and a voracious appetite for proprietary IP. Ask John when he will have more to say on the matter.

  3. #3 jiggalator
    on Dec 18th, 2009 at 15:43

    what is the proper procedure to fire a shell operator. does the operator have to have any letters in his or her file.

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