Activists celebrate after Shell scraps drilling off Alaska
- Drilling to start in Alaska. // New Scientist;9/5/2015, Vol. 227 Issue 3037, p6
The article reports on the U.S. President Barack Obama's allowing the oil company Shell to drill for oil off Alaska's coast, including in regard to the impact of drilling on polar bears, environmental protection of Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska and environmental activists' attitudes.
- Shell to drill again off Alaska's Arctic coast. // Energy Today (Hungary);11/4/2013, p2
The article reports on the announcement by oil giant Shell that it will make another attempt to drill for oil off Alaska's arctic coast.
- NORTHERN EXPOSURE. Saha, Purbita // Audubon;Jul/Aug2015, Vol. 117 Issue 4, p19
The author focuses on the offshore drilling to be made by oil company Shell at the Chukchi Sea off northwestern Alaska in summer 2015.
- SHELL POISED FOR ALASKA PROSPECTS. Hollander, Taz // Alaska Business Monthly;Jun2012, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p66
The article focuses on the plan of Royal Dutch Shell PLC to drill for oil in 2012 in the Arctic Ocean off Alaska after spending nearly 4 billion dollars and waiting out more than five years of delay. Shell Alaska spokesman Curtis Smith states that Alaska's Arctic could be home to one of the most...
- Shell under fire as drilling rig runs aground in Arctic. Mark Leftly // Evening Standard;1/ 2/2013, p35
ENVIRONMENTAL campaigners have accused Royal Dutch Shell of "staggering ineptitude" after a drilling rig ran aground in Alaska.
- Shell in Arctic rig furore. // Daily Mail;1/ 3/2013, p66
ROYAL Dutch Shell was yesterday accused of 'staggering ineptitude' after a drilling rig ran aground in Alaska.
- Arctic alert. ALEX BRUMMER // Daily Mail;1/ 3/2013, p66
SO far so good. No spill has been seen at the Shell oil drilling ship Kulluk grounded off Kodiak Island in Alaska.
- Alaska OCS Progress. BRADNER, MIKE // Alaska Business Monthly;Feb2013, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p56
In this article, the author discusses the developments in exploration drilling by oil company Royal Dutch Shell PLC in Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) leases off Alaska's northern coasts. According to the author, small drill fleet, lawsuits and safety hazards hindered the progress of Shell related...
- Shell Ends Plans For Arctic Drilling This Year. // Pipeline & Gas Journal;Oct2012, Vol. 239 Issue 10, p4
The article informs that Royal Dutch Shell PLC has ended its plans to drill for oil in Arctic waters off Alaska due to continued problems with its spill containment barge.
- GOP push for new drilling. Geman, Ben // Hill;6/20/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 88, p23
The article reports on how the Republicans of the U.S. House are bringing legislation aimed at helping Shell Oil and other companies win federal permission drill in Arctic waters off Alaska's coast.