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‘Shakespeare’s Monkeys’ previously employed by BG Group

WHISTLEBLOWER COMMENT POSTED ON OUR SHELL BLOG ON 4 MARCH 2020.  ABOUT A PRESS RELEASE ISSUED 21 OCTOBER 2019

Shell Brasil Announces Agreement with Ecopetrol
Source Press Release
Company Royal Dutch Shell, Ecopetrol
Tags Asset Deals, Deals, Upstream Activities
Story Focus Deals
Date October 21, 2019

Negotiation involves sale of 30% interest in the the Gato do Mato project

Shell Brasil Petroleo Ltda. (“Shell Brasil”) announces it has entered into an agreement with Ecopetrol for the sale of 30% interest in the the Gato do Mato project, a pre-salt gas-condensate discovery that covers two contiguous blocks: BM-S-54 and Sul de Gato do Mato.

Shell Brasil retains a 50% interest in Gato do Mato and continues as operator of both blocks, with consortium partners Ecopetrol (30%) and Total (20%).

“Shell Brasil has an exciting deep water portfolio with operated and non-operated positions that we are exploring, appraising, and developing. This transaction allows Shell Brasil to further optimize the portfolio. We look forward to progressing activities in the Gato do Mato blocks with our partners,” said Shell Brasil Country Chair André Araujo.

The deal is subject to regulatory approvals.

COMMENT

Let’s hope that the regulators don’t discover what Shell’s Brazil Unitization Team have been up to. The same group of ‘Shakespeare’s Monkeys’, previously employed by BG Group, have been working on the Brazil Asset for over ten years led by the same Front End Development and Integrated Reservoir Modelling Manager (who had been laughingly promoted to VP Developments to boost their status for the takeover by Shell).

They have woven a considerable web of lies and deceit, and by playing games and politics with Petrobras have failed to do any serious technical work on this Asset. After all as long as there is significant production, who gives a hoot about where it comes from!

Seriously though, it is about time the whole group were disbanded from their cozy ‘ring fenced’ workspace and introduced to the outside world.

Shareholders might wish to ask why these particular employees receive ‘special’ treatment and are isolated from the dreadful flexible workspace other employees have to endure.

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