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US Coast Guard Report KULLUK COMPLETE REDACTED 152 pages
Shell Reserves Scandal 2004 (images)
Don Marketing/Shell (images)
Leaked Shell Nigeria Report PEACE AND SECURITY IN THE NIGER DELTA: December 2003
Donovan's/North Sea integrity document released by Shell under SAR application : dated 9 March 2007
Johnson's Russia List Sakhalin-2/Shell/Mitvol/Donovan Article: 13 November 2006
Petroleum Argus FSU Energy: Sakhalin-2/Mitvol/Donovan/Shell Article: 27 October 2006
Nikkei BP (Japan): Gripe sites are becoming more powerful: 12 November 2007
Price Fixing Allegations - Tabloid press coverage May 2013
David Sexton Deposition
425_6-1Searchable: Shell Confidential: Petrol Resource Volume Guidelines Resource Classification and Value Realisation: SIEP EPB-P SEPTEMBER 2001 (49 pages)
403-1searchable:The Minutes of the Royal Dutch Shell Committee of Group Managing Directors (CMD) meeting on 23 July 2002 (10 pages)
425_8-5Searchable: NOTE 31 MAY 2002: From: Anton A Barendregt Group Reserves Auditor, SIEP-EPB - GRA: Long circulation list including Chris Finlayson: Document marked "Confidential" (5 pages)
Shell Reserves 18 September 2000 Rothermund email copied to Matthias Bichsel
One of the important elements in the EP scorecard is reserves replacement. It is essential that we should come up with imaginative ways of booking those reserves we have.
Shell Reserves 23 November 2000 Email String involving Matthias Bichsel
I do not believe that we are missing a trick here.
What does this statement refer to, and why is it only now that we realise that we are not doing Oil reservoir engineering "properly"?
I can assure you that I am personally pushing and cajoling my staff to get the most out of what is possible. Contrary to what you have heard, we are not "covering our back side" and are "overly conservative" but are exploring every avenue to trying to increase reserves bookings.
Matthias Bichsel Declaration 12 June 2007 200 page deposition
From August 1999 through December 2001, I was employed as the Director of Shell Deepwater Services ("SDS") in Houston, Texas. Prom January 2002 through March 2006, I acted as Exploration Director and was employed as such by SIEP, B.V., in The Hague from March 1, 2002. I also served as a member of the Executive Committee ("ExCom") of the Group's Exploration and Production ("E&P") business or its successor body, now called EP Leadership Team ("EPLT"). Prom December 2003 onwards, I also served as a member of the E&P Reserves Committee.
In this email, I meant to encourage my staff at SDS to do its best to think outside the box and explore the entire universe of technological development concepts, so SDAN would have many development solutions, rather than only one or two, from which to select.
In paragraph three of this email, I stated that we "are exploring every avenue to trying to increase reserves bookings."
On October 31, 2006, I stated that, when I wrote the last paragraph of this email and used the phrase "leave no stone unturned," I meant that I wanted to make sure that SDS' s work favored development scenarios that emphasized a maturation of the project's reserves rather than scenarios that emphasized capex or production cost savings.
AMENDED COMPLAINT FILED 13 SEPT 2004 BY BERNSTEIN LIEBHARD & LIFSHITZ LLP, LEAD PLAINTIFF LAWYERS IN A U.S. MULTIBILLION DOLLAR CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT FILED AGAINST THE ROYAL DUTCH PETROLEUM COMPANY, THE "SHELL" TRANSPORT AND TRADING COMPANY PLC, CURRENT & FORMER "SHELL" DIRECTORS, ETC:
CIVIL ACTION 04431 IN THE US DISTRICT COURT OF NEW JERSEY
Please note that the Amended Complaint runs to some 250 pages (approx) and is split into the following PDF files, parts 1 to 8:
Shell accused of fuelling violence in Nigeria by paying rival militant gangs: The Guardian 4 October 2011
Jarlath Finney Shell Make Money Legal Advice 17 June 1981
A History of Royal Dutch Shell Volume 1 (38 pages) HD 600 dpi
A History of Royal Dutch Shell Volume 2 (29 pages) HD 600 dpi
A History of Royal Dutch Shell Volume 3 (19 pages Nigeria) HD 600 dpi
Shell History South Africa: From "A History of Royal Dutch Shell, Volume 3" (27 pages 600 dpi)
Shell Business Principles: From "A History of Royal Dutch Shell, Volume 3" (20 pages 600 dpi)
Royal Dutch Shell Directors: Lists of Royal Dutch/Shell Directors 1890 to 2005: From "A History of Royal Dutch Shell Appendices. Figures and Explanations, Collective Bibliography, and Index