“I experience it in every community [companies splitting communities]. It’s the same story whether it’s Erris (Co. Mayo), Leitrim, whether it’s the people threatened by fracking now; it’s exactly the same story. The same psychological war-fare is being got ready for them ..... God forgive companies for what they do to communities.”
- OSSL Whistleblower Email Sent to Irish Police, Irish Times and Shell on 28 August 2015 - 20 hours ago
- Shell urges ‘prompt processing’ of Corrib pipeline application - 1 day ago
- Shell seeks permission to operate Corrib gas pipeline - 2 days ago
- Fund:It - Songs for Rossport - 2 weeks ago
- Complaint about Shell dumping in Broadhaven Bay (SAC) - 3 weeks ago
- Shell Leaves ALEC, Is Still Terrible - 20 hours ago
- Whale and dolphin survey to assess effect of seismic testing - 4 days ago
- People Will Remember Shell Oil As a Symbol of Planet-Destroying Greed - 2 weeks ago
- Dedicated to exposing Shell’s dark side - 3 weeks ago
- Anti-fracking group asks farmers to consider refusing survey access - 4 weeks ago
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“One cannot fail to be impressed by the strength of spirit shown by the recipients of these awards. It is that strength of spirit that makes our communities better places in which to live, that selfless sacrifice and endeavour that lifts us all.”
"Today the Commercial Court made an order quashing the revised licence issued by the EPA to Shell E&P Ireland.
Shell to Sea is delighted that that the EPA decision to grant this licence is now shown to be illegal and Shell to Sea believes that this shows gross incompetence if not indeed negligence by this statutory body."
'It's not the most distressful country after all when five "green" men stand their own ground'.
"It's lucky these walls are high"
"This is the first time I haven't felt depressed about the state of the country in about 4 years, because at last I see some people genuinely fighting against corruption in Ireland"
"The government has relinquished control over the offshore areas of our industry. Norway was tough regarding oil companies from the start. You now have an almost embarrassingly large pension fund. The situation for Irish communities, however, is as in Ogoniland in Nigeria - oil is a curse,”
"The Government have clearly sent the message to Shell, ‘you can do whatever you want’. Fortunately due to protest, the refinery remains unconnected to the gas field. If, as Shell planned, gas had been flowing by now, we would potentially all be dealing with a gas leak and explosion.”
"Remove two thirds of remaining alchohol and transport on the instruction of Mr. Conor Byrne Shell E&P Ireland to Belmullet Garda Station to meet with Chief Superintendent John Gilligan, Garda James Gill, Garda Dermot Butler - transfer alchohol to the safe keeping of the three aforementiond gentleman....
Remove the remaining alchohol from Ossl container and using an unmarked vehicle deliver the balance to Athlone town and meet on the Athlone by-pass with a Garda Superintendent Liam Grimes of the sub aqua division of An Garda Siochana pass the remaining alchohol to Superintendent Grimes"
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