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Frankly, I don’t give a f*** about Shell’s lawyers. I already have Shell internal communications stating that Shell will never sue me because I have too much “internal laundry” on the unscrupulous oil giant.


Hello Peter

You may have seen the Shell Blog post from HAN SOLO that I have published as an article: “Shell are in trouble. Deep trouble”.

The author quotes the wise saying: ‘keep your friends close, keep your enemies even closer’? There is another equally ancient proverb that may also apply: ‘My Enemy’s Enemy is My Friend’.

I know what its like to be betrayed and become the subject of sinister activity by Shell and its army of spooks and ruthless, unprincipled lawyers. You are probably beseiged by such activity at the moment.

I want you to be aware that I am willing and able to publish any information you care to supply in relation to Shell.

Providing I am convinced the information is genuine, I will publish information about Shell that no one else would dare to do. Frankly, I don’t give a f*** about Shell’s lawyers. I already have Shell internal communications stating that Shell will never sue me because I have too much “internal laundry” on the unscrupulous oil giant. Why else would Shell permit this website to exist decade after decade?

The fact that the website, which the FT has aptly described as an open wound for Shell, uses the top-level domain name, which Shell spectacularly failed to seize in a 2005 legal battle, makes the situation even more delicious.

If you have information to supply on an anonymous basis, or otherwise, please contact me at [email protected] via a secure email address. We could thereafter set up secure communications. Or if you prefer, keep posting on the Shell Blog.

Whether or not you are the author using the alias HAN SOLO, I would be pleased to assist in presenting your side of the story.

I think you are already aware of the support you have received here from one of our valued contributors, Bill Campbell, retired HSE Group Auditor of Shell International. One of the good guys with an open mind. He knows all about Mr Brinded, as do I.

Cast of Characters: Dan Etete. Malcolm Brinded OBE. Ben van Beurden. Simon Henry. Peter Robinson, Guy Colegate. Simon Henry. Eni. MI6. Hakluyt & Company. Ian Forbes McCredie CMG OBE. John Copleston. Ann Pickard.

Role of a hapless Ann Pickard in OPL 245 – Royal Dutch Shell Plc .com

This website and sisters,,,, and, are owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia segment.


  1. Italian says:

    The novel on OPL 245 it is not over. The cost for the development will be increased by 2 billion USD without any reason and present shell management is not doing anything to avoid this. I can imagine the reason …

  2. John Donovan says:

    Have added the name of Ann Pickard as correctly suggested.

  3. TotallyHackedOff says:

    You forgot to add Ann Pickard to the list- also a Nigerian veteran swiftly moved to Australia then briefly to the US before settling in for a long quiet retirement.

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