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Houston Chronicle: Motiva a case study in workplace regulation

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Motiva eventually pleaded no contest to negligent homicide in 2003 and the CEO issued an apology. Motiva was ordered to pay a $10 million fine and plead guilty to criminal environmental charges.

Posted 16 May 2005

Delaware flexes legal muscle in a 2001 death at a refinery owned by Houston oil outfit

By LISE OLSEN

Only Shell and its refining companies came close to BP’s death toll for the decade. Shell Oil Products, predecessor Equilon Enterprises and sister company Motiva Enterprises together recorded 11 deaths.

Federal law allows prosecutors to go after employers whose willful violation of workplace safety leads to a death — but it almost never happens.

There have been no federal criminal prosecutions of employers for homicide in workplace deaths under that law in at least a decade in Texas. read more

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Reply by John Donovan to “appalled Shell insider”

I will say one thing for Shell senior management based on your comments and my long experience of dealing with the top people at Shell. They are at least consistent; i.e. incompetent, disreputable and supportive of bullyboy tactics and corrupt practices.

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