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Posts Tagged ‘Shell’

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Lawsuit seeks release of Arctic offshore safety data

A lawsuit filed Aug. 30 in federal court in Anchorage seeks release of testing data that would shed some light on whether an incident similar to the Deepwater Horizon disaster in the …

Government Schmooze-athon with Shell | Police Station Closures | US pursuit of Julian Assange | Cost Impact of Fly-tipping on Councils

Government officials accused of ‘schmooze-athon’ with Shell

Energy giant hosted officials from 10 departments at two-day ‘training course’, according to freedom of information papers.

Senior Whitehall officials from 10 government departments and agencies attended exclusive “training courses” laid on by …

Is George Osborne’s energy stance influenced by Lord Howell, Greenpeace asks

Is George Osborne’s energy stance influenced by Lord Howell, Greenpeace asks

Greenpeace has submitted Freedom of Information Act questions in a bid to discover how many times Lord Howell has met the Chancellor and discussed energy questions. Lord Howell is …

UK government supports controversial and polluting Canadian tar sands

The UK has been secretly supporting Canada in it’s campaign against EU penalties imposed on its highly polluting tar sands fuel, The Guardian has revealed.

A Freedom of Information investigation shows that since September at least 15 high-level meetings have …