Greetings Folks, Interesting developments regarding Thornal and Royer, Thanks for bringing them forward Golden Triangle Watchman, I had intended to but got rather busy of late. Thornal was clearly an example of Purves rewarding his loyal subjects, Royer is a bit surprising. You see folks Mr. Royer had intended or desired to work a few [...]
Posts on ‘February 2nd, 2010’
Printed below is self-explanatory email correspondence relating to a Grampian Police investigation arising from allegations made by Mr. Bill Campbell, the former HSE Group Auditor of Shell International. His allegations relate to the Shell Brent Bravo Scandal and related issues, and a pending decision by the Scottish legal authority – the Procurator Fiscal – on whether to bring a prosecution.
FROM A SHELL INSIDER (“SafetyPro”)… Safety is #1! Goal zero! Life Saving Rules! I’m an executive and I talk out my ass! When is discrimination ethical? When it is practiced at Shell. As a 22-year employee white male hetrosexual with a graduate degree in environmental science at Shell I hate to say it but I [...]
Oil company hit by cheaper energy prices and lower refining margins in 2009 BP chief executive sees ‘slow and gradual’ economic recovery in US and Europe Katie Allen Tuesday 2 February 2010 08.10 GMT BP’s Thunder Horse platform before it was towed to the US Gulf of Mexico. The platform came online this [...]
The Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (Mend) called off its ceasefire just hours before an attack on three fuel pumping stations operated by Royal Dutch Shell. The company confirmed on Monday it was forced to partially shut down production following the sabotage assault on the facilities, in the south-eastern Bayelsa state.
Peter Voser, Shell’s chief executive, has pledged to concentrate on developing biofuels and clean coal, as part of the company’s attempt to reduce its carbon dioxide emissions.