POSTING BY AN OUTSPOKEN FORMER EMPLOYEE OF SHELL OIL USA POSTINGS ON SHELL BLOG BY USCitizen John, This business with USCitizen is very tiring. Where does he find the time to write his diatribes about ‘glorious Shell’? Cheese Louise, the North Koreans need to think about employing that fellow. He comes close to outdoing their [...]
Posts on ‘February 15th, 2011’
By John Donovan This is an update of our articles relating to the Getz family who claim that they were poisoned by Shell gas flaring. Donna Getz sought the intervention of the Oil and Gas Commission Board in Canada only to discover that Shell has a representative on the board. She is seeking justice and [...]
In an Irish era of government gone absolutely mad, The Pipe takes viewers into an altogether deeper circle of hell, as a community of hardworking people face up to the might of the Irish State, the oil giant, uniformed gardaí and hired goon squads from private security firms as they struggle to protect the town [...]
OVERTON v. SHELL OIL COMPANY: On December 22, 1999, Mr. Overton formally announced to Ms. Sistrunk that he was working with the Department of Interior and of his status as a whistleblower. On January 19, 2000, while Mr. Overton was working on MP252, federal agents boarded the platform armed with weapons and issued grand jury [...]
Royal Dutch Shell is to boost its investment in Brazil by billions of dollars after surpassing its forecasts for oil production in the country last year. An oil rig being refurbished in Guanabara bay, Brazil. Photo: ALAMY By Robin Yapp, Sao Paulo 6:54PM GMT 14 Feb 2011 The Anglo-Dutch company will drill ten new wells in [...]
Tuesday February 15,2011 By Andrew Johnson, Deputy City Editor OIL prices are set to surge in coming years as supply fails to keep up with burgeoning demand from the booming growth in emerging market economies, Royal Dutch Shell said yesterday. The oil giants warning came as the Brent Crude price hit a 28-month high of [...]
SAO PAULO, Brazil Anglo-Dutch energy giant Shell and Brazilian sugar-production group Cosan said Monday they were forming one of the biggest joint ethanol fuel ventures in the world, with an estimated market value of $12 billion. The new entity, to be called Raizen, will employ around 40,000 people and produce over 2.2 billion liters (580 million gallons) of ethanol per year to Brazilian and international markets, the two companies said in a statement.