3 April 2008

3 April 2008 - operating in 110 countries Sales 42% in...

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3 April 2008 Nigeria/Shell Case Country: Macro -destination - civil unrest - ex-colonial - corruption - local population and local tribes who do not like the borders -Ogoni want autonomy form government want restitution from spills from Shell, oil flares, are sabotaging Shells’ oil pipes Industry - rivalry - reserves - entry barriers - need permission from government to operate in Nigeria - government is not a good group to work with - buyer power - supplier power Company: RD/S (SHELL) $312 B 7.9% 11.9 B in reserves
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Unformatted text preview: operating in 110 countries Sales 42% in Europe, 25% in US, 25% in Africa Asia and Australia Competitors: Exxon $405 B 10% 13.2 B in reserves operating in 100 countries Sales 31% in US, 30% in Europe Chevron $220B 8.5% 10.8 B in reserves Sales 44 % in US, 56% other Macro Environment:-government- welfare of society- security- listen to grievances- right to fair trial * we want to blame the country because they went into the country and took over the land...
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