ShellNews.net: The inside story of Shell’s Sakhalin II debacle : 05 January 2007

ShellNews.net: THE SHELL SAKHALIN-2 DEBACLE: Creditability concerns over Royal Dutch/Shell Executives, Jeroen van der Veer and Malcolm Brinded following the Salhalin2 $10 billion cost overrun scandal.: "The only thing which has saved the hangover management at Shell is the one element over which they have no influence - the high oil price. In every other respect they are an unmitigated disaster. They should be sent packing.": Monday 18 July 2005: Read the article

ShellNews.net: Final Cost of Sakhalin-2 will now be at least $26 Bn.: "A new Sakhalin management team recently completed a technical review of the project. It has concluded that the final cost will be at least $26bn.": Tuesday 18 October 2005: 00.30am GMT: READ

ShellNews.net: Royal Dutch Shell fails to deny $26 billion overrun figure on Sakhalin2: Tuesday 15 November 2005: 08.45am ET: READ

ShellNews.net: Rattled Shell management swamped with bad news, issues threat following President Putin’s Sakhalin2 tirade: Thursday 17 November 2005: 03.00am EDT: READ

ShellNews.net: Is Sakhalin Doomed?: Tuesday 22 November 2005: 06.40am EST: READ

ShellNews.net: Dire warning to President Putin about $26 BILLION overrun on Sakhalin2 project: Friday 25 November 2005: 04.30am EST: READ

ShellNews.net: Dynamite Email from Shell insider: “I am a Shell employee but of late we not allowed anymore to freely ventilate our concerns to management by fear which reigns inside the company. Therefore I take the unusual step to send this email to you from my home address and trust you will keep me anonymous.”: “The last few weeks there has been a great number of articles on Sakhalin and other disasters on your site. The one that made me write this email was the interview with Linda Cook.”: “…the ‘poodle’ of Phil Watts…”: Monday 28 November 2005: READ

ShellNews.net: European Bank for Reconstruction and Development defers Sakhalin2 decision for one month: Tuesday 29 November 2005: 07.00am EST: READ

ShellNews.net: An Open Letter to Jean Lemierre, President, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, regarding Shell's Sakhalin II loan application: "Perhaps if more time had been spent on project management rather than ego and status driven pursuits and personal enrichment by Shell senior management, Shell would not be in the almost perpetual state of crisis which its stakeholders have witnessed in recent years.": Sunday 4 December 2005: 00.15am EST READ

ShellNews.net: Shell insider view on Sakhalin II loan news from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development:"In spite of Shell's attempts to spin this announcement, this does not mean that the project has been given a clean bill of health.": Thursday 15 December 2005: 12.15 EST: READ

ShellNews.net: The Dow Jones report (see article below) about the $50,000 reminds me of a comment that I heard within Shell - something to the effect that Shell were under increasing financial pressure from the Russian "mafia"…: “may be little more than the tip of the iceberg”: Friday 13 January 2006: READ

ShellNews.net: Bribery and Corruption at Shell: Saturday 14 January 2006: READ

ShellNews.net: WWF seeking information from those concerned about Sakhalin : 2 Feb 2006

ShellNews.net: From a Shell Insider: “...Malcolm Brinded is certainly lying when he states that he did not know”: Mon 20 Feb 2006 04:27 AM EST: READ

ShellNews.net: WWF seeking information from those concerned about Sakhalin : 5 March 2006

ShellNews.net: Potential catastrophic consequences if Sakhalin ERD wells allegations are true: 4 August 2006


ShellNews.net: Sakhalin II: Another Shell scandal? : 20 August 2006

Sakhalin II: The Russians play hard ball with Royal Dutch Shell : 6 Sept 2006

An email to Royal Dutch Shell General Counsel regarding Sakhalin II crisis : 18 Sept 2006

Catastrophic news for Royal Dutch Shell Plc?: Russia calls a halt to Sakhalin II : 18 Sept 2006

Royal Dutch Shell’s Sakhalin Nightmare : 20 Sept 2006

Sakhalin II & Brent Bravo debacles: time for Brinded to resign? : 21 Sept 2006

Scotland on Sunday: The true cost of Sakhalin II : 24 Sept 2006

Email to Jeroen van der Veer: Resolving the Sakhalin II impasse : 26 Sept 2006

Email to Jeroen van der Veer: the Sakhalin II crisis : 26 Sept 2006

Sakhalin II Cost Overrun: $20 billion, £22 billion, $25 billion or $26 billion? : 27 Sept 2006

ShellNews.net: hardly surprising Putin is questioning the viability of Sakhalin II : 29 Sept 2006

ShellNews.net: did our whistleblower email to Oleg Mitvol precipitate the Sakhalin II crisis? 6 October 2006

Email to Jeroen van der Veer: Sakhalin II: the destruction of Shell’s reputation for prudent project management 10 October 2006

Sakhalin II: Apocalypse Now? A potential environmental calamity on a scale never before witnessed by humanity… 18 October 2006

ShellNews.net: The Hans Bouman, Engel van Spronsen Sakhalin emails : 23 October 2006

ShellNews.net: I supplied the evidence Mitvol is using against Sakhalin Energy in $10 Billion Claim : 20 November 2006

ShellNews.net: Email from John Donovan to The European Bank for Reconstruction & Development: Sakhalin II : 23 November 2006

ShellNews.net: Argus FSU Energy series of important Sakhalin II articles : 1 December 2006

ShellNews.net: Live Chat posting by ‘REALSCOTTY’: Shell insider revelation about Sakhalin II budget scandal : 4 December 2006

Oleg Mitvol: the ‘Kremlin attack dog’ that makes the oil giants tremble : 7 December 2006

ShellNews.net: IMPOTENT INCOMPETENT SHELL : 13 December 2006

ShellNews.net: Another leaked email from Jeroen van der Veer: 17 December 2006

ShellNews.net: Sakhalin II intrigue continues with news of a secret ‘protocol’: 28 December 2006

ShellNews.net: Coming soon… the inside story on the Sakhalin II debacle: 30 December 2006