Shell's Slick Track Record

Knoblauch, Jessica
August 2011
E THIS WEEK;8/16/2011, p8
The article reports that Shell Oil Co. received permission for offshore drilling in Arctic Ocean from the U.S. federal officers. It mentions that various endangered species found in Arctic Ocean such as bowhead whale, polar bears, and seals, which are affected by irresponsible drilling. It also informs that air permits for Arctic drilling ships will be first approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.


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