Case Study No.2:
Royal Dutch Shell: The Royal Dutch Shell commonly referred to as Shell is an Anglo-Dutch oil and gas multinational companies with headquarters in both London and Hague. It was as a result of the merger between Shell- Max and BP in 1976 when the companies, having been operated separately joined forces amid tuff economic conditions. In the United Kingdom, the company still uses the original flag bearer and is among the leading oil and gas production companies. The main wellheads are situated in the North Sea where drilling and extraction are done and transported to on-shore for separation and further refinery (The Shell United Kingdom, 2016). I can not find above mewntioned information in below website. Please ask the writer to correct citation and below reference.
Shell United Kingdom (2016). ENERGY FROM DEEP WATER. Retrieved from http://www.shell.co.uk/energy-and-innovation/energy-from-deep-water.html#iframe-L3dlYmFwcHMvZGVlcF93YXRlci92Mi9pbmRleC5odG1s on August 15, 2016.
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Oil exploration and production are controlled by one of the most elaborate structures in the country. The Oil & Gas, UK, is chartered with the responsibility of drafting the rules and regulation which must be followed by the respective companies. The body also acts as a watchdog to ensure that the rules are followed to the letter and even provides relevant information concerning the geological and seismic surveys, productions, offshore & onshore water storage and transfer and any other relevant information (Oil & Gas, UK). I can not find this reference in the references list which you have provided me. Please ask the writer to provide me with reference and date of posted on internet for Oil & Gas,UK
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Governmental and nongovernmental organizations, as well as the corporate world, are becoming increasing conscious about the environment with the case from all corners about the need to conserve the environment. One of the ISO charters, ISO 14000, is purely about environmental management (ISO, 2016). Countries like the United Kingdom have set forth the national standards which oil exploring companies to adhere to before, during and after the recovery of oil in the environment. Companies which fail to observe such rules and regulations face strict penalties and in some cases, their activities banned in the country (……..,20XX). I cannot find these citations and references in references list.