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DHS Port Security Grants Given to OIL Firms, Texas Energy Companies
by Joe Broadhurst
Email: intl_news03 (nospam) yahoo.com (verified)
06 Feb 2005
Your money...very hard at work...in the form of "grants" given to oil, energy & logging companies.
U.S. Homeland Security Dept. Grants Are Being Given to Shell, Conoco-Phillips, Texas Energy Companies, etc...
Shell Oil posted a record $17.5 Billion PROFIT for 2004 and YOU, YOUR FAMILY & YOUR FRIENDS are giving them HUGE "grants". Notice all the little TX energy companies getting $$millions!!!
Conoco-Phillips GETS $10,592,310 in "Grants".
SHELL GETS $9,321,818 in "Grants".
Valero Energy Corp. GETS $8,531,356 ??????? in "Grants".
Chevron GETS $7,344,390 in "Grants".
Motiva Enterprises (Shell sister Company) GETS $3,988,634 in "Grants".
Sunoco GETS $3,499,275 in "Grants".
PPG Industries (Paint Co.) GETS $3,000,000 in "Grants".
Houston Fuel Oil GETS $1,682,256 in "Grants".
Occidental Chemical Co. GETS $1,465,000 in "Grants".
Marathon Ashland Petroleum GETS $938,800 in "Grants".
Williams Energy Partnership GETS $545,000 in "Grants". For what???
Check it out!!
<a href="http://22.214.171.124/search?q=cache:UT1kgK13EJ4J:www.dhs.gov/interweb/assetlibrary/Port_Security_Spreadsheet.xls+site:.dhs.gov+filetype:xls&hl=en">PORT SECURITY GRANTS</a><br><br>
There is an xls copy <strong><a href="http://intl-news.com/legend/Port_Security_Spreadsheet.xls">available here</strong></a>. <br>
This information was made available via <a href="http://www.cryptome.org/">Cryptome.org</a> and was obtained through a simple Google search using the term: "site:.dhs.gov filetype:xls"<br><br>
<a href="http://www.canada.com/national/nationalpost/news/story.html?id=167eff68-;>Shell denies knowing about kickbacks from middleman under oil-for-food program</a><br><br>
<a href="http://business.scotsman.com/index.cfm?id=132112005">Shell profits flow, but reserves farce continues</a><br><br>
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