Shell is a group of energy and petrochemical companies with more than 90,000 employees in over 80 counties and territories. The Headquarter is in The Hague, Netherlands while the parent company of the group, Royal Dutch Shell plc, is based in the England and Wales. Shell pumps up 3,2 million barrels of oil every day and made 22.165.732.560 € netto profit in 2011.
All to often, were Shell goes, environmental and human rights issues follow. From destroying African livelihoods in Nigeria to oil sands projects in Canada, and major carbon emissions throughout its lifetime.
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