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DW: Shell's Arctic drilling could affect future of Alaskan and U. S. crude supply
2015-06-08 - Despite surging production from U.S. shale plays, the scale of long-term production remains uncertain, leading to the question of where will be the next major play? Attention is being focused on Arctic Alaska, where reserves are waiting to be exploited, Douglas-Westwood (DW), an energy intelligence group, said in its DW Monday ..
Popular news, June 1 - 7, 2015
2015-06-07 - The most popular article on Offshore Energy Today in the first week of June was a story about production delay from Chevron's Big Foot platform due to damage to subsea installation tendons. This was followed by Statoil's Energy Perspectives 2015 report that outlines a possible way to meet the 2-degree target which was follo..
Twelve environmental groups challenge Shell's Arctic drilling plans
2015-06-02 - Twelve groups have announced their intent to bring a new challenge to a Lease Sale which sold nearly 30 million acres of the Chukchi Sea’s outer continental shelf for oil and gas drilling and which the courts have twice sent back to the U. S. Department of Interior. To remind, Shell plans to spend around $1 billion for its ..
Report: Shell responsible for Kulluk grounding
2015-05-29 - Shell is responsible for the 2012 grounding of a drilling rig offshore Alaska, The U.S. National Transportation Board (NTSB) has determined. In its 14-pages long report, the NTSB has concluded that that probable cause of the grounding of the mobile offshore drilling unit Kulluk was Shell’s inadequate assessment of the risk..
SEC called to investigate Shell's Arctic drilling disclosures
2015-04-28 - Kulluk ran aground in Alaska in 2012   The Abrams Environmental Law Clinic at the University of Chicago Law School and international ocean advocacy group Oceana yesterday called for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) open a formal investigation into disclosures by Royal Dutch Shell plc concerning th..
Shell plans to drill offshore Alaska in 2015
2015-01-30 - Royal Dutch Shell has plans to return to Arctic drilling. The company has revealed its intentions while presenting the fourth quarter 2014 results. Shell's Chief Financial Officer Simon Henry said that the company would spend around $1 billion for drilling in Alaska: "For this year, we’re planning on drilling in Alaska in..