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David Greer, Shell Deputy Chief Executive of the $22 billion Sakhalin-2 project in Russia was recently exposed as a plagiarist after circulating a motivational memo containing inspirational passages borrowed from a speech made by U.S. General George S Patton over 60 years ago. The fallout included extensive media coverage which has ruined his reputation and damaged Shell’s standing with the Russian government.
Shell CEO Jeroen van der Veer issues Letter of Censure to Malcolm Brinded, Executive Director of Shell EP.
By Alfred Donovan
Published below is a statement received from Mr Keith Ruddock, General Counsel Exploration and Production, Shell International B.V. It relates to the article herein: "The insider story of Shell’s Sakhalin II debacle".
By Alfred Donovan
Published below is a statement received from Mr Keith Ruddock, General Counsel Exploration and Production, Shell International B.V. It relates to the article herein: "The insider story of Shell’s Sakhalin II debacle".
By Alfred Donovan
On Friday 20 January, we exclusively broke the news that the global floodgates are now open for qualifying non-US Shell shareholders to join a US class action lawsuit which has already been given permission to go ahead by a US District Chief Judge.
By Alfred Donovan
The last few weeks have brought almost nothing but bad news to a discredited management at Shell which has clearly lost the plot.
By Alfred Donovan
Royal Dutch Shell Group was one of the first multinationals brave enough to set up a feedback facility on the Internet some years ago for its stakeholders and the public to engage in open debate about its activities: the "Tell Shell Forum".
By Alfred Donovan
On Monday 3 October 2005, a story in PR Week announced that Burson-Marsteller has been appointed as global PR consultants by Royal Dutch Shell Plc. In view of recent reports about its new client, Burson-Marsteller may be wondering if it has been handed a poisoned chalice.
By Alfred Donovan
Royal Dutch/Shell Group is No. 2 in the rankings of the 2005 "Accountability Rating" announced on 22nd September in Fortune magazine. This is a rating on corporate responsibility of the prestigious FORTUNE Global 100 companies. The Accountability Rating is apparently not a measure of how good or bad a company is, but supposedly how smart. It follows that by removing or diminishing the ethical dimension in a corporate rating assessment, a bad company can be made to look good.
By Alfred Donovan
Why has Ex-Shell Boss Watts brought proceedings against the FSA who did not name him in their Shell reserves scandal report but not against publishers and broadcasters who have named him in connection with the debacle?