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News suppression allegations made by Peter Oborne

By John Donovan The Sunday Times has today published a whole page news story under the headline: “READ ALL ABOUT IT” The article is focused on sensational allegations by Peter Oborne, who has just resigned as the Chief Political Commentator of The Daily Telegraph. The Sunday Times is understandably delighted to have a poke at […]

Plea to Shell from students of the International School of the Stockholm Region

Plea to Shell from students of the International School of the Stockholm Region  COPY OF AN EMAIL SENT TO MICHIEL BRANDJES, JOHN DONOVAN AND OTHERS Dear Shell, We are students from the International School of the Stockholm Region and we are writing to express our concern about how your company is affecting our environment. Each year […]

The credibility of Royal Dutch Shell oil demand forecasts

By John Donovan Forecasts of future oil demand and oil prices made by Royal Dutch Shell CEO Ben van Beurden have been widely reported. See syndicated Reuters article. He is not exactly a disinterested independent observer, as his personal income and the well-being and profitability of the oil company he leads, depends on these issues. […]

Man’s fight to change ship’s Nazi-linked name succeeds

Daily Gazette 12 February 2015 Man’s fight to change ship’s Nazi-linked name succeeds John Donovan, 67, of Colchester, launched an online petition calling for the vessel, the world’s largest crane ship, to be re-named. The 403,342 gross tonne vessel had been named by the owner The Pieter Schelte after his father. He was a Dutch […]

Shell and Cyber Security: Victim or Sinner?

What Shell has not disclosed is that Shell internal spooks have spied on Shell employees via Shell servers all around the world, tracking both internal and external communications, as part of a top secret espionage project. I have irrefutable Shell internal evidence to prove it. By John Donovan Cybersecurity has become a major problem with […]

Scandal hit bosses of HSBC and Shell are both ordained priests!

By John Donovan I wonder if Paddy was thinking of Shell when he published this on this Facebook page? The grotesquely high “compensation packages” of the Directors of the likes of HSBC as well as being morally repugnant are also bad for business. The rewards for making it to the top are so obscene that […]

Pieter Schelte ship name change to Pioneering Spirit fraught with superstitious pitfalls

By John Donovan Following the decision announced on 9 February 2015 that Allseas is changing the name of The Pieter Schelte to the Pioneering Spirit, Ton Biesemaat, the Dutch investigative journalist, posted the following comment on our Shell Blog, which I assume is partly tongue in cheek: Every seaman knows that changing a ship’s name brings bad luck. […]

Allseas backs down on Nazi ship name

Allseas Abandons Ship name By John Donovan  Associated Press has confirmed that after protests, the Allseas Dutch-Swiss maritime engineering company said Friday it will change the name of a giant ship that had been christened after a convicted Nazi. Allseas Group said that due to the “widespread reactions” Edward Heerema has announced that the name […]

PURE BS: SHELL THE MOST RIGOROUSLY POLICED BRAND IN THE WORLD

By John Donovan Just read the article by Tom Banks published today by Design Week under the headline: “Shell lifts the lid on new digital strategy” Extracts Radley Yeldar  has redesigned Shell’s website, which will act as a hub for all corporate and consumer activity. Radley Yeldar digital director Richard Coope says this extended to […]

SEC continuing to scrutinise Shell’s claimed oil reserves

By John Donovan A letter emailed to Royal Dutch Shell Plc Chief Executive Officer, Ben van Beurden, on 23 Oct 2014, from the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission, asked why Shell had omitted to supply in a Form 20-F filing, figures for Shell’s share of Kashagan proved undeveloped reserves. Shell’s partners in the much troubled Kashagan oil […]

UK Unions intent on sinking Shell’s Nazi ship, The Pieter Schelte

By John Donovan Scottish TV news is reporting that the UK National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers, and its sister unions, are outraged by the fact that Shell has awarded the Brent oilfield decommissioning contract to a ship with a Nazi name, The Pieter Schelte. The unions intend to take coordinated action to […]

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