put a tyrant in your tank

Kurlantzick, Joshua
May 2008
Mother Jones;May/Jun2008, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p38
This article discusses the restructuring of the Shell company, which was forced upon it by chief executive officer Jeroen van der Veer. Also discussed it van de Veer's business relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the future of big oil companies, and multinational oil regimes, which do not govern themselves under the same social and financial regulations as Shell and ExxonMobil.


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