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The Arctic and Royal Dutch Shell

Shell lease blocks in Chukchi sea

What makes the oil companies think they can produce oil and gas safely in the very harsh world of the Arctic oceans?

Our article The Arctic and Shell addresses this important subject. We have added more links to associated information.

Shell Chukchi Sea Application 2010 Application for Incidental Harassment Authorization for the Non-Lethal Taking of Whales and Seals in Conjunction with Planned 2010 Exploration Drilling Program Chukchi Sea, Alaska: April 2010

(IF SHELL WISHES TO EXPLAIN HOW YOU “TAKE” A WILD MULTI -TON WHALE IN A “NONE LETHAL” FASHION, WE WILL HAPPILY PUBLISH THAT INFORMATION HERE – I HAVE CHECKED THE 50 PAGES IN THIS SHELL DOCUMENT AND CANNOT FIND AN EXPLANATION?)
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Investors urge oil spill action plans

Financial Times

By Sheila McNulty in Houston

Published: August 5 2010 05:19 | Last updated: August 5 2010 05:19

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Investors managing over $2,500bn in assets are pressing the world’s biggest oil and gas companies to disclose their spill prevention and response plans for offshore oil operations.

The letters, which have been sent to chief executives at 26 energy companies, including ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch Shell, Chevron and Petrobras, were signed by more than 50 investors, according to Ceres/Investor Network on Climate Risk. read more

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Oil Rig’s Owner Had Safety Issue at 3 Other Wells

THE NEW YORK TIMES

Derick E. Hingle/Bloomberg News: Oil rigs owned by Transocean, including the Development Driller II, in the Gulf of Mexico in July. Despite safety concerns, the Development Driller II is drilling a relief well at the Deepwater Horizon site.

A version of this article appeared in print on August 5, 2010, on page A1 of the New York edition.

By IAN URBINA

The company that owned the oil rig that exploded in the Gulf of Mexico in April had widespread safety concerns about several of its other rigs in the gulf, and a month before the disaster it commissioned a broad review of the safety culture of the company’s North American operations, according to confidential internal reports.

In response to “a series of serious accidents and near-hits within the global organization,” Transocean, the world’s largest offshore drilling company, commissioned the risk management company Lloyd’s Register to investigate its Houston headquarters and three other gulf rigs besides the Deepwater Horizon to assess its safety culture. read more

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