Daily Telegraph: Shell drops 'bombshell' on reserves: 9 January 2004

The Times: How Shell blew a hole in a 100-year reputation: 10 January 2004

The West Australian: Investors howl for Shell's blood: 12 January 2004

London Evening Standard: Shell bosses lied to the City: 19 April 2004

Former executives, led by ex-chairman Sir Philip Watts, admitted they had repeatedly lied to investors about the true level of Shell's oil and gas reserves.

Houston Chronicle: 'Sick and tired about lying' at Shell: 19 April 2004

Bloomberg: Shell Loses AAA Credit Rating: 19 April 2004

Shell bosses 'fooled the market': 19 April 2004

The Guardian: Shell admits it misled investors: 20 April 2010

The Independent: Lies, cover-ups, fat cats and an oil giant in crisis: 20 April 2004

The Scotsman: Shell admits reserve 'lies': 20 April 2004

The Scotsman: Shell implodes as e-mails provide damning evidence: 20 April 2004

The Times: Deceitful Shell 'needs ten years' to rebuild exploration business: 20 April 2004

Financial Times: Observer Column: Shell-shocked: Corporate slogans consigned to the dustbin of history no. 94: "You can be sure of Shell.": 20 April 2004

Minneapolis Star Tribune: Dutch/Shell Group exec was 'sick and tired' of lying: 20 April 2004

Daily Telegraph: Memos expose Shell's years of lying: 8 May 2004

The Scotsman: Shell's reputation left in tatters: 21 April 2004

TheStarOnline: Shell report exposes lies, CFO sacked: 21 April 2004

Daily Telegraph: Shell suffers second cut to credit rating: 21 April 2004

Daily Telegraph: Sacked Shell boss 'escorted from HQ': 22 April 2004

The Times: A very British kind of scandal: why Shell is no Enron: 23 April 2004

Daily Telegraph: Shell's lies over reserves spark FSA investigation: 24 April 2004

Times: "Shell is a disreputable company in need of a strong injection of ethics": 25 April 2004 "

("an audience with Sir Phillip Watts")

The Mail On Sunday: Shell’s top bosses named in £8 billion lawsuit after being spared the sack: 25 April 2004

Daily Mail: Shell attacked from all sides: 26 April 2004

(OIL giant Shell urgently needs to embark on a damage limitation offensive with investors before regulatory probes and lawsuits send the crisis spiralling out of control.)

Daily Telegraph: Shell gives Watts a £1m golden farewell: 23 May 2004

Daily Telegraph: Shell slices still more off proven reserves: 25 May 2004

Daily Telegraph: Watts' pension pot tops £10m: 28 May 2004

London Evening Standard: Shell 'has lied for 10 years': 26 June 2004 webpage containing links to thousands of pages of U.S. court documents and reports relating to the U.S. consolidated class action in respect of the Shell Reserves Fraud