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Shell confidential reserves fraud discovery documents published on 4 December 2007

CONFIDENTIAL (Doc 423): 27 January 2000 Note for Information from Frits Euiderink Shell EPG to Remco Aalbers, Group Reserves Coordinator: Subject: SPDC Onshore Oil Reserves (6 pages)

Exhibit 163: CONFIDENTIAL: February 2004 Angola Country Analysis Brief (13 pages)

Exhibit 164: CONFIDENTIAL: 24 August 2000 Shell internal email from Heinz Rothermund SEPI-EPG to Phil Watts SI-MGDPW: Subject Angola – Block 18 Well: Accuses BP of being “over-optimistic” with its plans: (3 pages)

Exhibit 165: CONFIDENTIAL: Minutes of EPA Region Reserves Challenge Session. 19 November 2003 (7 pages): Participants included: John Pay (Group Reserves Coordinator), Lim Min Teong (Group RE Discipline Head), Brian Straub (EP Technical Director), John Sutherland (SM-EP), Tho Hui Tsin (SM-EP), Tan Teck Choon, Martin Ijpelaar, Paul Vledder (Sarawak Reserves Coordinator), Stanley Kuch, Heng Hiok Boon, Bart van de Leemput (Shell EPA), Lai Vui Leong, Dan van Nispen, Anco Maan, Kenneth Newn, Louis Huizenga, Sara Bell, Steven Pannett, Roland Stoltz, Dave Hawton, Ante Frens, Frans Deckers and Oliver Lepine (7 pages)

Exhibit 166: CONFIDENTIAL: NOTE – 6 December 2002: From Anton Barendregt Shell Group Reserves Auditor to Frank Coopman (Shell EP CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER) Lorin Brass, Director Shell International EP- EPB and Luuk Karsten, General Manager, Shell Development Angola. Copied to Rob Inglis, Patrick Whittome, Woulter Smits, Liz Sturman, Barry Knight, Ian Hines, Derek Newberry Rahim Khan, Malcolm Harper, Jaep Nauta, John Pay, Chris Duhon, Han van Deidan (KPMG Accountants NV) and Brian Puffer of PriceWaterhouseCoopers: Subject: SEC PROVED RESERVES AUDIT – SHELL DEVELOPMENT ANGOLA, 25-26 Nov 2002 (11 pages)

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