Netherlands
is a beautiful country
But that’s not what we’re talking about here
But that’s not what we’re talking about here
Presenting
Royal Dutch Shell
Royal Dutch Shell
Group#3
JatinBhagat PGP14/275
Kavya S   PGP14/276
Naveen Vyas PGP14/283
Sajal Kumar PGP14/295
Sakshi Gup...
World wide operations
The Hague, 
Headquarters
Royal Dutch Shell 
is
world’s largest  energy company
second largest company in the world measured by revenues
one of the ...
What’s more?
“Global Best Practices 2010- Manage integrity risk”-
Shell and Society
Brent Spar
Location : North Sea
Brent Spar - obsolete and awaiting decommissioning. 
Shell and Greenpeace granted permission by the British government to ...
Niger Delta
Location : North Sea
The Niger Delta produces 80% of the oil that comes from Nigeria. It is also the home to many small minority ethnic groups,...
For the Ogoni, a people dependent upon farming and fishing, the poisoning of the land and water has had devastating econom...
Ken SaroWiwa
protest by the Ogoni nation in Nigeria against Shell's operations
Ken Saro-Wiwa and 8 others were tried and executed ...
South Africa
Apartheid
In violation of the United Nations sponsored international oil embargo against South Africa, Shell has shipped large quant...
Shell has supplied oil products to the South African military and police, well-known for their brutality.
Shell South Afri...
Brazil
Forced Labor/Human Trafficking
Shell announced that it was putting $12 billion into a venture with Cosan, the leading company in Brazil’s sugar cane etha...
The general conditions for workers in this sector often include low pay, long hours, minimal or no attention to health and...
Summing up
Human rights
Supporting brutal/repressive regimes
Environment destruction
Health and safety
Every Saint has a past and every Sinner has a future!
That was Royal Dutch Shell for you!
Thank
You !
References
http://www.shell.com/home/content/ind/aboutshell/news_and_media_releases/2010/vsm_award.html
http://globalbestp...
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  1. 1. Netherlands is a beautiful country
  2. 2. But that’s not what we’re talking about here
  3. 3. But that’s not what we’re talking about here Presenting
  4. 4. Royal Dutch Shell
  5. 5. Royal Dutch Shell Group#3 JatinBhagat PGP14/275 Kavya S PGP14/276 Naveen Vyas PGP14/283 Sajal Kumar PGP14/295 Sakshi Gupta PGP14/296 Sudarshna K PGP14/305
  6. 6. World wide operations The Hague, Headquarters
  7. 7. Royal Dutch Shell is world’s largest energy company second largest company in the world measured by revenues one of the six oil and gas "super majors" has operations in over 90 countries, produces around 3.1 million barrels of oil equivalent per day and has 44,000 service stations worldwide.
  8. 8. What’s more? “Global Best Practices 2010- Manage integrity risk”-
  9. 9. Shell and Society
  10. 10. Brent Spar Location : North Sea
  11. 11. Brent Spar - obsolete and awaiting decommissioning. Shell and Greenpeace granted permission by the British government to dump Brent Spar in a deep water trench in the North Sea. Greenpeace UK reacted quickly and successfully to the situation and Shell backed down. Hundreds of similar oil installations exist, over 50 of which are due for decommissioning in the next 10 years!
  12. 12. Niger Delta
  13. 13. Location : North Sea
  14. 14. The Niger Delta produces 80% of the oil that comes from Nigeria. It is also the home to many small minority ethnic groups, dependent on fishing and farming, who suffer the irreparable damages of oil drilling on their lands this environmental assault has smothered land with oil, killed masses of fish and other aquatic life, and introduced devastating acid rain to the land of the Ogoni
  15. 15. For the Ogoni, a people dependent upon farming and fishing, the poisoning of the land and water has had devastating economic and health consequences Although Shell drills oil in 28 countries, 40% of its oil spills worldwide have occurred in the Niger Delta. In the Niger Delta, there were 2,976 oil spills between 1976 and 199 Shell Blames Communities for 98 Percent Oil Spill!
  16. 16. Ken SaroWiwa
  17. 17. protest by the Ogoni nation in Nigeria against Shell's operations Ken Saro-Wiwa and 8 others were tried and executed This resulted in Nigeria's suspension from the Commonwealth of Nations for over 3 years Shell continues to operate in Nigeria!
  18. 18. South Africa Apartheid
  19. 19. In violation of the United Nations sponsored international oil embargo against South Africa, Shell has shipped large quantities of crude oil to South Africa. Shell has pumped huge amounts of its capital into the petroleum refining and chemical industries in South Africa.
  20. 20. Shell has supplied oil products to the South African military and police, well-known for their brutality. Shell South Africa pays its white employees while they serve in the South African military--The South African government pays draftees a token wage which Shell supplements. Shell exploits its black workforce in South Africa!
  21. 21. Brazil Forced Labor/Human Trafficking
  22. 22. Shell announced that it was putting $12 billion into a venture with Cosan, the leading company in Brazil’s sugar cane ethanol industry Cosan was blacklisted by the Labor Ministry in Brazil after severe labor rights abuses were identified at one of the company’s suppliers. Sugarcane from Brazil is often produced by forced labor.
  23. 23. The general conditions for workers in this sector often include low pay, long hours, minimal or no attention to health and safety standards, exposure to toxic chemicals, and miserable living conditions Over the years, many workers in Brazil’s sugar industry have been removed from forced labor conditions as well as situations of debt bondage. Agro fuels have been criticized for many reasons –- negative environmental impacts, contributing to hunger, grabbing land from communities!
  24. 24. Summing up Human rights Supporting brutal/repressive regimes Environment destruction Health and safety
  25. 25. Every Saint has a past and every Sinner has a future!
  26. 26. That was Royal Dutch Shell for you!
  27. 27. Thank You !
  28. 28. References http://www.shell.com/home/content/ind/aboutshell/news_and_media_releases/2010/vsm_award.html http://globalbestpractices.pwc.com/home/ProcessFrameworks.aspx?FW=Process+classification+framework&Idx=BestCompaniesIdx&mi=273 http://www.mcspotlight.org/beyond/companies/shell.html http://allafrica.com/comments/list/aans/post/post/id/201011191152.html http://www.essentialaction.org/shell/issues.html
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