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Police liquidity on Shell Corrib Gas project

Screen Shot 2013-08-28 at 00.03.05EMAIL RECEIVED FROM A MEMBER OF THE “ROSSPORT FIVE” (WITH REPLY COMMENT NOW RECEIVED FROM OSSL)

Hi, John

I am one of the Rossport 5.

I have followed the stream of detail on your web-site from OSSL in their exposé of gardai and much/many more. Thank you.
 
One very strange item  or dynamic , and not highlighted so far:-    OSSL have named many people and items that they delivered on behalf of Shell,  apart from the consignments of booze,  and the alleged recipients or gifters have in no case denied the veracity of the allegations. Of course it is more difficult to deny the matter when the goods are in existence – sheep pens, cattle crushers, TV sets, houses painted etc – than in the case of consumer items such as alcohol which have a habit of leaving no physical evidence. Surely on balance and objectively, it is not likely that OSSL people are truthful in all cases where physical remains exist and are then not truthful in the one case where physical evidence by its very nature is missing?. It seems to me that in a civil case the veracity of OSSL would have to be accepted. read more

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Preliminary critique of the Shell-IUCN Niger Delta Panel report

Screen Shot 2013-09-06 at 16.45.38Attached is my preliminary critique of the Shell-IUCN Niger Delta Panel report, which was just released this week.  You can see I am very critical of the entire process, as yet anther delay tactic by Shell. 

EMAIL RECEIVED FROM PROFESSOR RICHARD STEINER, ANCHORAGE, ALASKA

Dear John,

I trust you are well.  Attached is my preliminary critique of the Shell-IUCN Niger Delta Panel report, which was just released this week.  You can see I am very critical of the entire process, as yet anther delay tactic by Shell.  I can send you the Shell-IUCN report if you wish as well, just let me know.

Feel free to post this, or circulate however you wish.

Regards,
 
Rick Steiner, Professor
Oasis Earth
Anchorage, Alaska
www.oasis-earth.com

IUCN-­‐Niger Delta Panel final report – Preliminary Comments/Critique read more

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EPA fines Shell for Clean Air Act permit violations during offshore oil exploration in Alaska

Screen Shot 2013-09-06 at 08.47.31Today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced settlements with Shell Gulf of Mexico, Inc. and Shell Offshore, Inc. for violations of their Clean Air Act permits for arctic oil and gas exploration drilling in the Chukchi and Beaufort Seas, off the North Slope of Alaska. Based on EPA’s inspections and Shell’s excess emission reports, EPA documented numerous air permit violations for Shell’s Discoverer and Kulluk drill ship fleets, during the approximately two months the vessels operated during the 2012 drilling season. In today’s settlements, Shell has agreed to pay a $710,000 penalty for violations of the Discoverer air permit and a $390,000 penalty for violations of the Kulluk air permit.

Release Date: 09/05/2013
Contact Information: Suzanne Skadowski, EPA Region 10 Public Affairs, 206-295-4829, [email protected]

(Seattle – September 5, 2013) Today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced settlements with Shell Gulf of Mexico, Inc. and Shell Offshore, Inc. for violations of their Clean Air Act permits for arctic oil and gas exploration drilling in the Chukchi and Beaufort Seas, off the North Slope of Alaska.

Based on EPA’s inspections and Shell’s excess emission reports, EPA documented numerous air permit violations for Shell’s Discoverer and Kulluk drill ship fleets, during the approximately two months the vessels operated during the 2012 drilling season. read more

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EPA fines Shell more than $1 million for pollution violations in Alaska Arctic

Screen Shot 2013-01-11 at 20.09.51The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has fined Royal Dutch Shell affiliates $1.1 million for emitting too many pollutants into the air during the 2012 drilling season offshore in the Alaska Arctic. The agency announced late Thursday afternoon that it had settled two enforcement cases, once involving the Noble Discoverer drilling ship’s work in the Chukchi Sea and the other involving the Shell-owned Kulluk drilling rig in the Beaufort Sea.

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— [email protected]: Published: September 5, 2013

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has fined Royal Dutch Shell affiliates $1.1 million for emitting too many pollutants into the air during the 2012 drilling season offshore in the Alaska Arctic.

The agency announced late Thursday afternoon that it had settled two enforcement cases, once involving the Noble Discoverer drilling ship’s work in the Chukchi Sea and the other involving the Shell-owned Kulluk drilling rig in the Beaufort Sea. read more

royaldutchshellplc.com and its sister websites royaldutchshellgroup.com, shellenergy.website, shellnazihistory.com, royaldutchshell.website, johndonovan.website, shellnews.net and shell2004.com are all owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia article.

Shell to negotiate with Nigerians over oil spill compensation

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LONDON | Thu Sep 5, 2013 7:04pm EDT

(Reuters) – Compensation talks will begin in Nigeria on Monday between lawyers for Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L) and for 15,000 Nigerian villagers who say their livelihoods were destroyed by oil spills from pipelines operated by the company.

The Nigerians launched a suit against Shell at the High Court in London in March 2012, seeking millions of dollars in compensation for two oil spills in 2008 that polluted the waterways of the Bodo fishing communities in the Niger Delta. read more

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