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Innospec Wins Iraq Legal Case

By John Lee. Innospec has announced the successful conclusion of a lawsuit brought against the company by Jalal Bezee Mejel Al-Gaood & Partner and Future Agencies Company Limited in connection with alleged loss of profits in Iraq. The matter had been filed in the High Court of Justice in the United Kingdom, and the judge […]

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Former CEO Admits Making Corrupt Payments in Iraq

Paul Jennings appeared before Southwark Crown Court in  London on Monday charged with alleged offences of conspiring to make corrupt payments to public officials in Indonesia and Iraq to secure contracts for Innospec Ltd for the supply of its products. Mr Jennings, a former CEO for Innospec Ltd, pleaded guilty today to the following charges: […]

Former Innospec Director Guilty of Iraq Corruption

A British businessman has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to corrupt, including making corrupt payments to Iraqi officials. Dr David Turner (56), the former Innospec Limited Global Sales and Marketing Director (Tetraethyl Lead), appeared before His Honour Judge McCreath at Southwark Crown Court on Tuesday and pleaded guilty to three counts of conspiracy to corrupt. The […]

Former Innospec Exec in Court on Corruption Charges

Dr David Turner appeared before Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London, England, on Tuesday. He is charged with alleged offences of conspiring to make corrupt payments to public officials in Indonesia and Iraq to secure contracts for Innospec Ltd for the supply of its products. He is also charged with conspiring to defraud a competitor company […]

Ex-CEO Fined for Bribery in Iraq

The former chief executive of a British chemical company has settled allegations that he approved illegal bribes to Iraq’s Oil Ministry and government officials in Indonesia in the mid-2000s, according to the Wall Street Journal. Paul W. Jennings, former CEO of Innospec Inc., agreed to pay $229,000 to settle allegations that he violated the U.S. […]

Iraq Oil Ministry Downplays Use of Lead in Petrol

Iraq’s Ministry of Oil denied on Monday that the cause of Iraqi air pollution is the use of tetra ethyl lead (TEL) as an additive to the petrol used in cars. The Ministry stressed that [imported] fuel does not contain this substance, while the locally produced petrol uses it only in small quantities. TEL has […]

Innospec Execs Settle with SEC on Bribery Charges

Associated Press reports that federal securities regulators are settling civil charges against two executives charged with bribing Iraqi officials for contracts to supply an oil processing chemical made by their company. The Securities and Exchange Commission says David Turner and Ousama Naaman will pay $1.35 million. It says they funneled $9.2 million to Iraqi and […]