US scuppers Shell's hopes of drilling Alaskan Arctic

Rob Davies
January 2013
Daily Mail;1/10/2013, p66
SHELL'S dream of drilling for oil in the Alaskan Arctic has suffered another blow, after US authorities announced a 'highlevel' review likely to delay its plans still further.


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