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Irish Times: Shell to seek Mayo views on gas project

Lorna Siggins, Marine Correspondent
Former Dutch prime minister Wim Kok is among a high-level delegation from Royal Dutch Shell's board which is canvassing local opinion in north Mayo today on the 900 million Corrib gas project.
The delegation, representing Royal Dutch Shell's social responsibility committee, will also meet western TDs in the Dail tomorrow during its two-day visit to Ireland.
Travelling with Mr Kok are Nina Henderson, former president with US food company Bestfoods, and Maarten van den Bergh, a managing director with Shell, chairman of the board of directors of Lloyds TSB group and non-executive director of BT group and British Airways plc.
In a related development, the final report by Advantica consultants on the safety of the project's high-pressure onshore pipeline has been given to Minister for the Marine Noel Dempsey, but the Minister has deferred plans to publish it until he receives advice on its recommendations. and its sister non-profit websites,,,,,, and are owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia feature.

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