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History Of The Oil Tanker - Breaking The Standard Oil Monopoly
1897 it was renamed Shell Transport and Trading company, forerunner of today's Royal Dutch Shell company ... Nederlandsche Maatschappij tot Exploitatie van Petroleumbronnen in Nederlandsch-Indie (KNMEP) ("Royal Dutch Company for the Working of Petroleum Wells in the Dutch Indies") — part ... The threat of the Tank Syndicate was reduced as the Dutch government excluded them from trading in the Dutch East Indies ...
Center For Constitutional Rights - Activities and Litigation
... Royal Dutch Petroleum, 626 F.Supp.2d 377 (2009), Wiwa v ... They are being brought against the Royal Dutch Petroleum Company and Shell Transport and Trading Company (Royal Dutch/Shell), the head of its Nigerian operation, and Royal Dutch/Shell’s ...
Monroe Spaght - Career
... In 1965 he was also named one of seven managing directors of Royal Dutch Shell, which is, based in London ... the board of directors had been composed of four British and three Dutch members ... In that period, Royal Dutch Petroleum ran 500 subsidiaries worldwide ...
S And T Class Destroyer - S Class
... Saumarez Savage Scorpion (to Royal Dutch Navy as Hr Ms Kortenaar, 1945) Scourge (to Royal Dutch Navy as Hr Ms Evertsen, 1946) Serapis (to Royal Dutch Navy as ...
Henri Deterding
... Moritz) was one of the first executives of the Royal Dutch Petroleum Company and for 36 years (1900–1936) its chairman and the chairman of the combined Royal Dutch/Shell oil company ... He came to power after the early death of the Royal Dutch's original leader, Jean Baptiste August Kessler ... He was made an honorary KBE in 1920, ostensibly for service to Anglo-Dutch relations, but mainly for his work supplying Allies with petroleum during World War I ...

Famous quotes containing the words dutch and/or royal:

    Too nice is neighbor’s fool.
    —Common Dutch saying, trans by Johanna C. Prins.

    The captain sat in a commodore’s hat
    And dined in a royal way
    On toasted pigs and pickles and figs
    And gummery bread each day.
    Charles Edward Carryl (1841–1920)