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Shell News Thursday, 10 February 2005

Shell News Thursday, 10 February 2005

Daily Telegraph (UK): Plain talk: when leadership fuels discontent: “Perceptions are the realities you and I live with, and if we think that management is not fit to lead, we just won’t follow them. That is what appears to be occurring at Shell.”: “”Without exception, every Shell person I have met recently has asked me if I am able to help them find something else. Others are leaving without even waiting to find another job. The people who are leaving are those who have the skills and knowledge to get Shell out of its current hole. This is undoubtedly a very serious issue.” “No kidding.”: “Shell’s chief executive Jeroen van der Veer does seem to realise that the company has problems his senior team needs to address. But it is a bit perplexing that last year he said that both his and Malcolm Brinded’s… “heads were on the block” because of the mess that Shell was in. They are both still there and the internal mess has not gone away.” (ShellNews.net) 10 Feb 05

Houston Chronicle: Shell won’t say if Russia is demanding $2.5 billion: “The Royal Dutch-Shell Group of Companies, the leader of a project developing Russia’s Sakhalin II oil and gas deposit, declined Wednesday to comment on a report that the venture may face demands to pay the Russian government $2.5 billion.” (ShellNews.net) 10 Feb 05

Daily Telegraph (UK): Expro deals: “Expro, the oil and gas services group, has announced it has won two contracts from Shell to test oil wells in the North Sea, Norway, Ireland and the Netherlands.” (ShellNews.net) 10 Feb 05)

BBC NEWS: Shell faces charges over deaths: “Sean McCue, from Fife, and Keith Moncrieff, from Tayside, were overcome by gas in a leg of the Brent Bravo platform in September 2003.”: “An indictment has now been served on Shell Expro, detailing three Health and Safety charges.” (ShellNews.net) 9Posted 10 Feb 05

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