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Shell Oil Company
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Employees crowded into conference rooms ...
Employees crowded into conference rooms and listened as Shell's Arctic Executive Vice President Ann Pickard signed the project's death warrant.
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P Thompson, David Knox of Santos, Ann Pickard of Shell, Drew Clarke of Dept of Resources, Energy and Tourism, Steve Sargent of GE
WikiLeaks on Nigeria: Shell Oil ...
WikiLeaks on Nigeria: Shell Oil exec Ann Pickard brags it "knows everything" about key decisions in government, agencies, ministries....
Cables from Nigeria show how Ann Pickard
, then Shell's
vice-president for sub-Saharan Africa, sought to share intelligence with the US government on militant activity and business competition in the contested Niger Delta - and how, with some prescience, she
seemed reluctant to open up because of a suspicion the US government was "leaky".
But that did not prevent Pickard
disclosing the company's reach into the Nigerian government when she
met US ambassador Robin Renee Sanders, as recorded in a confidential memo from the US embassy in Abuja on 20 October 2009.
At the meeting, Pickard related how the company had obtained a letter showing that the Nigerian government had invited bids for oil concessions from China.
She said the minister of state for petroleum resources, Odein Ajumogobia, had denied the letter had been sent but Shell knew similar correspondence had taken place with China and Russia.
Another cable released today, from the US consulate in Lagos and dated 19 September 2008, claims that Pickard
told US diplomats that two named regional politicians were behind unrest in the Rivers state.
also asked if the American diplomats had any intelligence on shipments of surface to air missiles (SAMs) to militants in the Niger Delta.
has 'intelligence' that one to three SAMs may have been shipped to Nigerian militant groups, although she
seemed somewhat sceptical of that information and wondered if such sensitive systems would last long in the harsh environment of the Niger Delta," the cable said.
also said Shell
had learned from the British government details of Russian energy company Gazprom's ambitions to enter the Nigerian market.
In June last year, Gazprom signed a $2.5bn (£1.5bn) deal with the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation
to build refineries, pipelines and gas power stations.
put a request to the US consulate for potentially sensitive intelligence about Gazprom, a possible rival, which she
said had secured a promise from the Nigerian government of access to 17trn cubic feet of natural gas - roughly a tenth of Nigeria's entire reserves.
said that amount of gas was only available if the GON were to take concessions currently assigned to other oil companies and give them to Gazprom.
would be the GON's prime target.
alleged that a conversation with a Nigerian government minister had been secretly recorded by the Russians.
Shortly after the meeting in the minister's office she
received a verbatim transcript of the meeting "from Russia", according to the memo.
The cable concludes with the observation that the oil executive had tended to be guarded in discussion with US officials.
has repeatedly told us she
does not like to talk to USG [US government] officials because the USG is 'leaky'.
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Ann Pickard joins Woodside Australian LNG player Woodside informed on Monday it has appointed Ann Pickard as a ...
Ann Pickard joins Woodside
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Australian LNG player Woodside
informed on Monday it has appointed Ann Pickard
as a non-executive director.
LNG engineer KBR appointed Ann ...
LNG engineer KBR appointed Ann Pickard as a member of the board of directors.
On November 6, Pickard revealed her plans to retire from Royal Dutch Shell where she has held numerous positions during her 15-year tenure, KBR said in a statement on Tuesday.
Currently, Pickard serves as executive vice president, Arctic and is responsible for Shell's Arctic exploration efforts.
Pickard was previously Shell's regional executive vice president for Sub Saharan Africa.
Based in Lagos, Nigeria, she
was accountable for Shell's
exploration & production, natural gas, and LNG activities in the region.
Before that, Pickard was director, global businesses and strategy and a member of the Shell gas & power executive committee with responsibility for global LNG, power, and gas & power strategy.
Posted on November 10, 2015 with tags Ann Pickard, KBR, Shell.