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So the world’s biggest company now has a tech center in Cambridge…

Will Royal Dutch Shell fly a pirates flag on the Shell TechWorks office as fair warning to any entrepreneurs foolish enough to disclose confidential new technology and business ideas to Shell – in my experience the worlds leader predator of intellectual property?

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Screen Shot 2014-02-10 at 16.29.29Without making much of a splash, the largest corporation in the world set up shop in Cambridge last year. Royal Dutch Shell — with an astonishing $481 billion in revenue and 87,000 employees — opened up its first Shell TechWorks innovation office in Kendall Square last year. The objective, according to a company web page, is to “work with local entrepreneurs, investors, companies, scientists, partners and suppliers to help speed up the deployment of new technologies in Shell’s business.” read more

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Sinister Events In Ireland

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Screen Shot 2013-08-21 at 21.37.35OSSL and their allegations of Police corruption by Shell in relation to the Corrib Gas Project seems to have become entangled is an extraordinary situation involving the Irish Police Force (The Garda) and the authority responsible for independently investigating such allegations, the Garda Siochána Ombudsman Commission. In November Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan issued an astonishing warning of ‘mass assassinations’ if the Ombudsman gain access to certain classified files. The latest bombshell development is news that the Police Ombudsman hired a British security company to investigate if it had been placed under electronic surveillance (by the police?)

by John Donovan

OSSL and their allegations of Police corruption by Shell in relation to the Corrib Gas Project seems to have become entangled is an extraordinary situation involving the Irish Police Force (The Garda) and the authority responsible for independently investigating such allegations, the Garda Siochána Ombudsman Commission.

In November Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan issued an astonishing warning of ‘mass assassinations‘ if the Ombudsman gain access to certain classified files. read more

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Arrow postponement confirmed

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Wed, 12 February 2014

Royal Dutch Shell has postponed its final investment decision on the proposed Arrow LNG Project in Queensland, with Chief Executive Ben van Beurden citing the ‘economics and inflation risks on these proposals’ for the company’s decision.

Mr van Beurden also stated that the company is not expecting any major final investment decisions in Asia Pacific LNG in 2014.

FULL ARTICLE

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Big Oil’s troubles

Big Oil’s troubles will lead to the next huge advance in energy technology

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By Steve LeVine

They spent too much

And they discovered that their technology was inferior

Survival and industry culture will trigger a big leap

FULL ARTICLE

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Royal Dutch Shell Prelude Safety Debate

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Screen Shot 2014-02-10 at 16.29.29OFFSHORE EXPERT: “Having read this Prelude document a few times to take it all in, it seems to me that the main issue is how do you design for a 10,000 year event?” COMMENT: “I am not an expert and would only say that so-called 10,000 year weather events seem to be occurring annually at the moment. If Noah was still around, and residing in Southern England, he might well be looking for his carpentry tools.”

COMMENT FROM A RETIRED SHELL OFFSHORE MANAGER

John,

Regarding recent discussions on this website about Shell Prelude FLNG project, information available via this link provides useful input.

The 28 page section of a 75 page Shell document gives a description of the development and goes into great detail, providing answers to most of the issues raised by a fellow Shell Retiree.

Having read this Prelude document a few times to take it all in, it seems to me that the main issue is how do you design for a 10,000 year event?

The many issues raised with respect to cyclonic activity, waves, wind and the ability to weather vane are answered.  There are two thrusters located near the stern with a total power of 6 megawatts or 8,000 HP.  More than ample to ensure the heading of the facility is optimum at all times. Other issues with respect to Green house gas emissions during operations and other environmental are dealt with in detail. read more

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