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Congress, Make Shell Spill Ketchup in the Arctic Before They Drill

Why isn't the U.S. government telling Shell: "You can only drill in the Chukchi or Beaufort Seas AFTER you prove you can clean up a spill."

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The Coming Boom in Arctic Drilling

By Aimee Duffy: April 10, 2012

Technology is changing the oil exploration and production picture, and one of the biggest impacts will be on Arctic drilling. The U.S. Geological Survey estimates that 25% of the world’s remaining undiscovered conventional oil and gas reserves are located in the Arctic, with most of it in offshore reservoirs. The U.S. lays claim to about a third of those reserves, an excellent position to be in as more high Arctic licenses are granted to exploration and production companies. read more

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WHY SHELL WILL NOT SUE JOHN DONOVAN FOR DEFAMATION

By John Donovan

Visitors to this website must wonder why Shell does not sue me for defamation, given the frequent outspoken articles about the oil giant published under my name?

The short answer is that there is no defamation if what is stated is true.

Readers may find the long answer more interesting.

Royal Dutch Shell officials have fretted for years about the prospect of me raising this very subject during a Q & A session at the AGM.

I may do so this year.

This is an extract from a Shell internal communication: read more

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Shell forest to offset oilsands footprint

By Dave Cooper, Edmonton Journal April 10, 2012 2:06 AM

Shell Canada will buy 740 hectares of private land north of Grande Prairie in a venture with the Alberta Conservation Association (ACA), the oil giant announced Monday.

With a mix of woodlands, grasslands and wetlands along the Ksituan River, the site – now called the Shell True North Forest – is near the town of Spirit River, less than a kilometre south of Moonshine Provincial Park.

Previously used for grazing cattle and hay production, the land will be jointly managed to conserve biodiversity while allowing low-impact recreation, such as hiking and bird watching, the oil giant said in a news release. read more

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