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Alaska (AP) A towing plan for a Royal Dutch Shell PLC drill barge crossing the Gulf of Alaska in December called for moving the vessel to a protected bay or heading for deep water if an extreme storm hit, the official who approved the plan said
Alaska The grounding of a Royal Dutch Shell PLC drill barge off a remote Alaska island began with a bracket connected to a tow line being ripped off the vessel in heavy Gulf of Alaska weather, a Shell official testified Monday. Norman "Buddy" Custard,
Alaska The Coast Guard will kick off hearings Monday on how a Royal Dutch Shell PLC drill barge used for Arctic Ocean exploratory drilling ended up aground off a remote Alaska island. The Kulluk was under tow and bound from the Aleutian Islands'
fuel retail network in Egypt as part of its strategy to strengthen its distribution position in the country and wider region. "Through this acquisition, we reaffirm our ambition to pursue our development in Africa and in the Middle East in the retail
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The activities of multinational oil companies inevitably attract close scrutiny from environmental groups, and health and safety and human rights campaigners. Shell has been embroiled in its fair share of controversies over the years, but its
EDT CCS technology, being applied at Shell's Quest project, is the cornerstone of Alberta's long-term climate plan. (Nathan VanderKlippe/The Globe and Mail) Once touted a major answer to oil sands' carbon emissions, carbon capture and storage (CCS)
Shell said its underlying earnings had advanced 3% to $7.5bn during January, February and March. In addition, the group confirmed its production during the quarter was 3.6 million barrels of oil a day, an increase of 2% on the same period of 2012.
Codexis kicked off its biofuel program in 2006 with backing from Royal Dutch Shell Plc, the first oil company to support the development of enzymes that break down organic material into sugars that are fermented into ethanol. The company shuttered