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The Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission has started an investigation into allegations that OSSL, a subcontractor for Shell, delivered €29,500 worth of alcohol to Belmullet Garda Station at Christmas time 2007 on behalf of the oil giant. The Ombudsman has begun its investigation following the forwarding of information to it by Swinford-based Superintendent Tom Murphy.
Erris Enterprise Week, which was scheduled to take place this week, was postponed as a mark of respect for the employee of German subcontractor Herrenknecht AG, who was fatally injured in the Corrib tunnel at Aughoose last Sunday.
Shell E&P Ireland Limited (SEPIL) welcomes An Garda Síochána’s examination of OSSL’s allegations that €35,000 worth of alcohol was delivered to Belmullet Garda Station in December 2007.
The inaugural Erris Enterprise Week, which was staged at various venues in Belmullet last week, proved a resounding success.
A new programme of initiatives, including an entrepreneurs’ competition, a safe driving programme for second-level students and an ‘exchange of experience’ programme for community organisations, is to be rolled out under the Corrib Natural Gas Erris Development Fund.
Details of the 2012/2013 Corrib Natural Gas Third-Level Scholarship scheme were announced this week in Belmullet, with Shell E&P Ireland Limited’s managing director Michael Crothers describing it as “the finest scholarship programme run by Shell anywhere”.
Terry Nolan, managing director of Shell E&P Ireland Limited (SEPIL), is to retire at the end of 2011, it has been announced.
Shell to Sea has called for two days of action this weekend starting today, Friday April 1, and tomorrow Saturday April 2, at Aughoose where members claim that Shell E&P Ireland has started construction work on a 5km tunnel which will go under Sruwaddacon Estuary. However Shell E&P Ireland in response to the accusations from Shell to Sea, issued a statement denying it had started tunnelling works and said it was only carrying out site investigation works in preparation for construction and they had not actually started construction works. The statement from Shell E&P Ireland stated: “Shell E&P Ireland Limited is currently carrying out site investigation work on its own land in Aughoose. This is in preparation for the start of construction work on the onshore pipeline.”