Arctic news and updates
Shell proves itself unprepared for Arctic drilling
Shell Oil Company's latest incident in the Arctic—damage to its so-called Arctic containment ...
Shell poses unacceptable oil spill threat
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development should demand effective environmental ...
Shell cancels Arctic drilling plans for 2013
Royal Dutch Shell today announced today that it will forgo its plans to drill for oil and gas in ...
Shell to export Arctic oil drilling failures
According to multiple media reports, today Shell and Russian company Gazprom Neft will sign an ...
Concerns over Arctic drilling grow as oil rig runs aground in Alaska
An oil drilling rig operated by Royal Dutch Shell ran aground on a pristine wildlife-rich island ...
Shell abandons drilling in Alaskan Arctic waters in 2011
Royal Dutch Shell has announced it has abandoned plans to drill exploratory wells in the Alaska's ...
Ignoring risks, US government allows Shell closer to drilling in US Arctic
A decision by the US government removes a significant barrier to drilling for oil in the Arctic ...
Oil giant plans new platform near feeding ground of critically endangered whale
Sakhalin Energy Investment Company – part owned by Shell – has announced plans to build a major oil ...
Norwegian paradise in danger as government secretly decides on oil drilling plans
WWF is appalled that the Norwegian government might allow oil companies to drill for oil around the ...
Stronger safeguards for Arctic drilling needed: UK MPs
A new report from the Environmental Audit Committee of the United Kingdom House of Commons calls ...
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