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Shell may face contempt proceedings over pipeline breach

FROM OUR SHELL NEWS ARCHIVE OCTOBER 2005

Western People: Shell may face contempt proceedings over pipeline breach

“As the Rossport Five walked to freedom in the High Court on Friday after 94 days in jail, Shell oil company executives, who had demanded their imprisonment in the first place, were themselves having to face potential contempt of court issues.”

Posted Thursday, October 06, 2005

By Ray Managh at the High Court, Dublin

As the Rossport Five walked to freedom in the High Court on Friday after 94 days in jail, Shell oil company executives, who had demanded their imprisonment in the first place, were themselves having to face potential contempt of court issues.

High Court President, Mr Justice Joseph Finnegan, who released the men to the cheers of their families and friends, told counsel for Shell, Mr Patrick Hanratty, he wanted the company to address its breach of an undertaking not to do anything not permitted by the licence of Minister for the Marine, Noel Dempsey. read more

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Shell And Conservation Groups Face Off

All Headline News: Shell And Conservation Groups Face Off

“Some groups say it may take very little to drive the whales – which now number about 100 animals – to extinction. The Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF) has slammed Shell – which leads the Sakhalin Energy consortium operating the project – on its decision to push ahead and install the platform for its Sakhalin phase two oil and gas project this summer.”

Posted 6 October 2005

Danielle George

All Headline News Staff Reporter

London, England (AHN) – The UK Export Credit Guarantee Department will continue discussions about financing Shell’s $20 billion project in Russia’s Far East. The project threatens a grey whale feeding ground, resting near the site of an oil platform.

Some groups say it may take very little to drive the whales – which now number about 100 animals – to extinction.

The Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF) has slammed Shell – which leads the Sakhalin Energy consortium operating the project – on its decision to push ahead and install the platform for its Sakhalin phase two oil and gas project this summer. read more

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