- US cancels Arctic oil lease sales. // TCE: The Chemical Engineer;Nov2015, Issue 893, p7
The article reports on the U.S. Department of the Interior's (DOI) cancellation of sale of oil leases in the Arctic due to a lack of interest, current market conditions, and failed exploration programme of oil and gas company Shell. It says that Shell has abandoned exploration in the Arctic...
- Shell-shocked. // Down to Earth;6/1/2015, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p16
The article focuses on the approval of the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management on the proposal of oil company Royal Dutch Shell PLC to look for oil in the Chukchi Sea, a minor sea in the Arctic Ocean, which stirs concern to environment activists and the nongovernmental organization Greenpeace.
- Shell No. // Skanner (Seattle, WA & Portland, OR Combined Edition);12/30/2015, Vol. 38 Issue 13, p11
The article focuses on performing a spoken word piece by activist Michael "Renaissance" Moynihan in May 2015 with activists to oppose the drilling in the Arctic and blocking the entrances to Terminal 5 at the Port of Seattle, Washington as an oil rig owned by oil firm Shell was docked at the port.
- #ShellNo: the triumph of the Kayaktivists. Engler, Mark // New Internationalist;Dec2015, Issue 488, p37
The article reports on the demonstration held by Kayativists near the oil firm Royal Dutch Shell's Polar Pioneer ship, which was scheduled to sail to the Chukchi Sea to search for oil. Topics discussed include Shell's oil exploration activities near Alaska and its plan to use Seattle, Washington...
- Why is Pres. Obama allowing Shell to drill in the Arctic? PETERMAN, AUDREY // South Florida Times;9/17/2015, Vol. 25 Issue 38, p7A
The article discusses the author's views on the decisions of U.S. President Barack Obama to allow Shell to drill in the Arctic Ocean which could impact a negative and catastrophic consequence.
- Stop Shell. // Greenpeace Update;Spring2013, p4
The article reports on international day of Greenpeace action against the Royal Dutch Shell involving its drill exploration in the Arctic. It states that the oil company filed a 100-page legal complaint with the Dutch courts asking to ban Greenpeace and its supporters from coming within 1,640...
- Greenpeace Protest in the Arctic Threatens To Wreak Environmental Havoc This Summer. Hudson, Audrey // Human Events;7/23/2012, Vol. 68 Issue 27, p10
The article discusses safety issues brought about by plans of Greenpeace activists to protest oil and gas exploration in the Arctic and shadow Royal Dutch Shell's drilling ships. Environmentalists believe that said action can inadvertently harm marine mammals and pollute the environs they want...
- Fossil Fuel Development in the Arctic is a Bad Investment. Adams, Emily E. // Plan B Updates;9/17/2014, p1
The author looks at the plans of global oil and gas companies to search oil in the hard-to-reach places such as the Arctic. Focus is given to impact of natural gas production come from the Arctic region, claims of the countries that border the Arctic Ocean to expand their rights beyond the...
- Untitled. // New Scientist;5/16/2015, Vol. 226 Issue 3021, p1
The article presents science news briefs. Topics include images taken by the U.S. National Aeronautics & Space Administration's Dawn spacecraft of bright spots on the dwarf planet Ceres, the melting of both the base and surface of Antarctica's Larsen C Ice Shelf, and the U.S. Department of the...