collected by :John Locas
Royal Dutch Shell Plc (NYSE:RDS-B) is one of the highest yielding integrated energy giants, offering investors a dividend yield around 6.7%.
Everybody hurts, sometimesWhen oil prices started falling in mid-2014, every oil company got hit.
How safe is Shell today, and, perhaps more important, how safe is its dividend?
And that makes now a good time to do a deep dive into Royal Dutch Shell and its impressive 6.7% yield.
So if oil prices hold up, Shell’s dividend is likely to remain intact.
as declared in
Employees Exposed to Benzene Contamination at Shell Nyhamna Gas Plant – Royal Dutch Shell Plc .com
All of this North Korean like activity has added to the climate of fear associated with the Shell Nyhamna Gas Plant management.
The surveillance photographs, which Shell Nyhamna Gas Plant admits having in its possession, were taken from the road, from a field, and even at sea from a boat.
His health deteriorated after he was bombarded by threats from Shell management, Shell’s legal department, Shell HR, a Shell lawyer, the plant manager and even by a managing director of AS Norske Shell.
The investigation found that from October 2007 until September 2014 Shell had not enforced Norwegian law requiring systematic chemical monitoring.
An evil vindictive bunch more interested in bonuses than the safety of plant employees.
as declared in
SHOW TRIAL OF A SHELL NORWAY SAFETY REP – Royal Dutch Shell Plc .com
Everyone present knew his identity, Runar Kjørsvik, the elected Main Safety Delegate of the SAFE union.
The current hardline regime at the Nyhamna gas plant seems determined to intimidate its employees.
By John DonovanI briefly mentioned in an earlier article an unusual meeting held in a canteen located within the Shell Nyhamna Gas Plant in Norway.
The current hardline regime at the gas plant seems determined to intimidate employees.
Shell made an example of Runar Kjørsvik in such a dramatic fashion that the memory will likely haunt him for the rest of his life.