Shell puts its Arctic drilling plans on ice
- Shell puts its Arctic drilling plans on ice. // Daily Mail;2/28/2013, p74
ROYAL Dutch Shell has put its controversial plans to drill for oil in the Arctic on ice, after a year in which it was rocked by a series of setbacks, writes Rob Davies.
- Arctic to be kept on ice by Shell. Rob Davies // Daily Mail;1/31/2014, p73
SHELL'S new boss has put controversial Arctic drilling plans on hold and vowed to slash spending after the oil giant was rocked by its first profit warning in a decade.
- Shell plans Arctic drilling restart. // TCE: The Chemical Engineer;Mar2015, Issue 885, p7
The article reports on the plan by the oil company Shell to revive its Arctic drilling programme in 2015.
- Government Delays Shell's Drilling Operations in the Arctic. HUDSON, AUDREY // Human Events;8/6/2012, Vol. 68 Issue 29, p8
The article reports on the decision of the U.S. government to delay the drilling operations of oil and gas firm Shell in the Arctic. Over 4 billion U.S. dollars were spent by Shell on the exploratory drilling program to tap an estimated 20 billion barrels of oil. The Arctic drilling plans have...
- Shell vows to pursue Arctic drilling plans. Rob Davies // Daily Mail;11/ 1/2013, p87
SHELL vowed to press on with its controversial Arctic drilling plans, despite a warning that charges linked to the project would weigh on its already weak profits.
- Grilling for Shell. // Daily Mail;5/17/2014, p93
ROYAL Dutch Shell investors are set to grill the company's board about its Arctic drilling plans and its exposure to Russia at next week's annual meeting.
- Arctic drilling halted by Shell. // Daily Mail;9/12/2012, p73
SHELL has halted controversial oil drilling in the Arctic after just one day, due to sea ice encroaching on the operation.
- Shell delays Arctic drilling for another year. // TCE: The Chemical Engineer;Apr2013, Issue 862, p6
The article reports on the decision by Shell to delay its Arctic drilling program until 2014, as it needs time to ready new plans and equipment.
- A Trojan Retreat. Jannot, Mark // Audubon;Jan/Feb2016, Vol. 118 Issue 1, p12
The article discusses the September 2015 move of oil company Shell to shutter its oil exploration in the Arctic. Topics include why Shell and its competitors in the carbon-extraction business are not abandoning Arctic drilling forever, the return of oil giants to seeking approval to drill again...