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Wednesday November 08 2006
01:00 AM

Shell to Sea at the Gresham Hotel for Shell CEO's appearance at Standards Conference 1.15PM

category dublin | environment | event notice author Saturday November 04, 2006 00:36author by Shell to Seaauthor email dublinshelltosea at gmail dot com Report this post to the editors


Meet at the Gresham Hotel, 1.15PM when the conference delegates are coming back from lunch to network, Shell to Sea will be there to give them an opportunity to discuss standards and expectations with us.

Famous Quote from Andy Pyle
Famous Quote from Andy Pyle

Andy Pyle is the sinister head of Shell Exploitation Ireland. We haven't seen much of him since Shell started using locally hired PR people like John Egan to give the impression of Irish support for their crazy pipeline and refinery scheme.

Rumour has it that he was once in the British Army as a member of some sort of special force. It is even said he saw previous service in Ireland during the period of armed conflict.

Perhaps that's why he was so happy to see five Irish men locked up for three months iin 2005?

Let's hope he stops to tell us a few war stories on the way in to the Gresham where he will no doubt apologise for all the pain he is causing in Erris, like he apologised to the Rossport Five last year.

Related Link: http://www.envirocentre.ie/news.asp?id=32&cid=2545
author by Shell to Seapublication date Wed Nov 08, 2006 15:44author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Sadly, when Shell to Sea activists arrived to protest at this event, we were told it had been cancelled. The reason given was low take up of tickets. It seems that the business community don't want to hear about sustainability, even from the government, and even if the pill was sweetened by a speech from Andy Pyle...

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