Charlie Williams' War: Chief Scientist at Shell Discusses the Company's Outstanding Environmental Record

Here’s something you probably didn’t know…
Shell Oil has not suffered a major environmental incident in over 30 years on the outer continental shelf.
What an amazing accomplishment!

Charlie Williams, one of 8 chief scientists at Shell Oil, discussed the tremendous gains made over the last 30 years in oil and gas production. Charlie was the chief scientist who helped Shell recover production in the Gulf of Mexico after Hurricane Katrina. Charlie said that even though a major platform was knocked over during the hurricane there were no significant spills in the Gulf.

It was quite an honor interviewing Charlie Williams who is one of the most respected scientists in the industry and one of only 8 chief scientists at Shell Oil. At the Offshore Technology Conference Charlie took a few minutes to boast about Shell Oil’s 30 year environmental record:

By the way- Charlie was a huge hit at the conference today.

More… I received this from Shell Manager Jaryl Strong earlier:

I’m really happy you’re out there slugging it out and getting the truth out. The oil and gas industry is a fantastic industry, and in many respects an American creation and something we should be genuinely proud of, rather than the contrary.

Agreed.

(FYI: I cut off comments on this thread.)

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