Belfast geologist Susan
Morrice to head up new
oil drilling programme
by Belize Natural Energy
DI was sent this link this afternoon. Yesterday we were protesting along with some anonymous former members outside Tony Quinn’s Educo seminar at Clontarf Castle Hotel.
How is it that the Irish media is not covering this story and making the public aware of the issues involved?
Last week we published a photograph of the Taoiseach with Susan Morrice the subject of the story below.
Did you tell your readers that she was subject to a damming judgement in the Eastern Caribbean Commercial Court last Summer?
RTE is the 5 media outlet to publish material from Morrice without checking it out.
The list who have published these reports include:
1. The Belfast Telegraph.
2. The Sunday Business Post
3. Business and Finance
Here the subject is John Boyle who is under the influence of Quinn and we are receiving reports suggesting the company is in critical situation due to enforced seminars for staff.
Not one single business journalist has researched this story and the inherent violation of human rights in regard to Quinn’s activities over a four year period.
They have neglected the victims by publishing material from this oil company who refuse to pay out dividends to their shareholders and not checking out the facts that are sent to them.
There is a fear of Defamation which seems to suggest the loss of the critical mind and a kind of group think which now does not do research as to tell the truth can’t involve defamation. Also when you have two legal judgements to inform your research please use them. Susan Morrice has been the subject of a High court Judgement by Justice Hogan,
Here is the background going back 42 years:
We have the most extensive archive in the world on the Quinn effect:
An oil exploration and production company headed up by Belfast geologist and Trinity College Dublin graduate Susan Morrice has started a new drilling programme in Belize.
Belize Natural Energy is partnering with the Belize Government in the exploration programme.
BNE discovered oil at an onshore exploration well in Belize six years ago. The company has generated gross revenues of over $300m since then.
“This new exploration programme involves the drilling of a horizontal well in the Spanish Lookout field onshore Belize. This technology allows for the effective extraction of oil from natural fractures in the rock,” Susan Morrice, BNE’s chairperson, said.BNE is owned by a group of Irish and international investors including Ms Morrice.