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SHELL’S BOOZE BRIGADE

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Screen Shot 2013-09-12 at 13.51.56In the continuing absence of straightforward denials by Shell or the Garda, or any defamation proceedings brought by anyone from Shell or the Garda (numerous individuals have been named in relation to the scandal), it is unsurprising that public unease is growing day-by-day in Ireland, as is plain from material posted on YouTube and put on public display.

By John Donovan

Over a month has passed since The Observer published their whole page article by Ed Vulliamy:

Strange tale of Shell’s pipeline battle, the Gardaí and £30,000 of booze

Over a year has passed since we first published OSSL allegations on this website.

We also published an extensive related OSSL file in which OSSL mentioned the Shell sponsored free alcohol for the Garda in emails sent to high level Shell executives. Also in emails OSSL sent to senior Garda officers who had a hand in accepting the free booze generously supplied by Shell via OSSL as festive gifts in successive years. read more

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Shell Names John Abbott as Oil Refining Chief

Screen Shot 2013-09-12 at 13.02.01Abbott, a 30-year industry veteran, has been running about 30 refineries and petrochemical plants at the company, The Hague-based Shell said today in a statement. He will leave his current post of executive vice president for manufacturing on Oct. 1 and will also join Shell’s executive committee.

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Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSA), Europe’s largest oil company, named John Abbott as refining director to succeed Ben van Beurden, who will become chief executive officer in January.

Abbott, a 30-year industry veteran, has been running about 30 refineries and petrochemical plants at the company, The Hague-based Shell said today in a statement. He will leave his current post of executive vice president for manufacturing on Oct. 1 and will also join Shell’s executive committee.

Abbott, a British national, joined the company in 1981 after graduating from Birmingham University in central England. He had several jobs running refineries, petrochemical plants and heavy-crude production projects from North America to Asia. read more

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Queensland OKs Shell-PetroChina $14B Aussie LNG Plant

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By Keith Goldberg

Law360, New York (September 10, 2013, 5:07 PM ET) — Australia’s Queensland state government on Tuesday signed off on a planned 15 billion Australian dollar ($14 billion) liquefied natural gas plant jointly owned by Royal Dutch Shell PLC and PetroChina Co. Ltd. that will process coalbed gas piped in from the region’s abundant deposits.

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World’s costliest oil field arrives, but Kazakh dreams shrivel

A consortium including Exxon Mobil, Royal Dutch Shell, Total and ENI once promised to transform the prospects of the entire country of Kazakhstan and earn massive profits for their own shareholders. But those dreams have shrivelled amid cost overruns, delays, government interference and internal disputes among partners.

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Source: Reuters – Wed, 11 Sep 2013 03:13 PM

* Kashagan pumps first oil a decade later at cost of $50 bln

* Oil majors yet to sanction expansion as returns unclear

* Kazakh leader scales back oil ambitions

By Vladimir Soldatkin and Mariya Gordeyeva

ALMATY/MOSCOW, Sept 11 (Reuters) – When the first drops of oil began trickling from the world’s most expensive oil field on Wednesday, investors in the mammoth Kashagan Caspian Sea project sighed in relief, but they have little chance of earning back their billions any time soon. read more

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Shell in talks for Geelong refinery

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Shane Fowles: Herald Sun: September 11, 2013

SHELL has confirmed it is in talks with potential buyers for its Geelong refinery.

In encouraging signs for the 600 employees and contractors left in limbo by Shell’s decision to sell the 59-year-old refinery, the company has revealed it has held initial discussions with prospective suitors.

“We have received good interest from prospective buyers and will continue to make every effort to achieve a successful sale,” a Shell representative said. read more

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