HOUSTON (Dow Jones)–The U.S. Minerals Management Service said Monday that it has received a “complete” plan from a Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDSA, RDSB) unit to explore two offshore leases in the Beaufort Sea off Alaska.
Posts on ‘August 10th, 2009’
Britain’s second biggest oil refinery employing 800 full-time staff at the Stanlow site near Ellesmere Port in Cheshire could be sold off by the Shell oil group.
Royal Dutch Shell and BP played pivotal roles in the “oil for arms” deal said to be the biggest scandal in history. We have published evidence including declassified documents revealing details of the top secret agreements involving the UK government, BAE Systems, Shell, BP, and members of the Saudi Royal family. The US Justice Department investigation is highly sensitive and the outcome potentially explosive for Shell in view of its close relationship with the state owned oil company Saudi Aramco, involving joint ventures in the USA under the Shell/Motiva umbrella.
EMAIL TO TOM PURVES: I am sure you must be aware that you are a constant source of controversy and debate on our website royaldutchshellplc.com with all manner of allegations concerning your alleged misconduct and alleged lack of ethics. The number of postings over the last 24 hours in particular is extraordinary. No other Shell executive from anywhere in the world attracts as many unfavorable posts on our site.
It has been suggested by a knowledgeable source, that the Shell Blog posting below may have been made by Tom Purves, the Shell/Motiva Regional Vice President for Downstream Manufacturing on The Gulf Coast, sometimes referred to as “Uncle Tom” by a few contributors?
Yesterday we published an article authored by “Jo Blow”, a contributor whose real name is known to us. The article stimulated the Shell Blog comments published below: From Motivaman Jo blow, On the contrary, I did not take offense at all to your post. Actually it made me see that I was making mistakes in [...]