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13 October 2013 6 shares 3 View comments Greenpeace, the world's biggest and most battle-hardened environmental campaigning organisation, is in a state of shock. Last week, Russian investigators said that they had found narcotic substances' on board
The British subsidiary of Shell said it was committed to work in the North Sea despite research suggesting most of the oil is depleted. Ed Daniels, chairman of Shell's British subsidiary, told The Daily Telegraph his company was investing around $3
A U.S. federal court in Alaska issued an injunction that would keep activists from Greenpeace from Shell operations planned for the state's coast. The court issued a ruling that barred Greenpeace activists from attempting to disrupt Shell's plans to
U.S. on Wednesday approved a Royal Dutch Shell PLC plan to drill for oil in five locations deep under the Gulf of Mexico. The Shell plan is the second deep-water exploration plan approved in the Gulf since the government lifted a moratorium on deep-
Bloomberg via Getty Images Would we miss Barclays if it went to the US?...That's harder to guess but Shell's experience with Brent Spar in 1995 is an illustration of how the public mood can turn on companies that make unpopular decisions.
Barack Obama has ordered a moratorium on deep-sea drilling, and with BP also due to start exploring for oil and gas in the Mediterranean Sea off Libya within weeks, clamour is growing within the EU for a temporary ban on deep-sea drilling. The EU's
EDT Last updated on Wednesday, Jun. 09, 2010 6:33PM EDT W here is the rage?...Tony Hayward dismissed and the pictures of oil-soaked pelicans are heart breaking to anyone who can be bothered to look at them. Yes, the discovery of vast submarine plumes