Tag: Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
Shell may have given up on drilling off Alaska's coast, but federal regulators are now taking public comment on another -- though very different -- offshore drilling proposal. Download Audio
Federal regulators are recommending that Shell’s disputed oil leases in the Chukchi Sea be left intact. That’s the conclusion of a new assessment of Lease Sale 193 – the 2008 auction where Shell picked more than $2 billion worth of Arctic drilling prospects. Download Audio
An appeals court has tossed out a request by Shell Oil to block future challenges from environmental groups against Arctic drilling operations.
The federal government is looking for public input on Shell's plan to do exploratory drilling in the Beaufort Sea next summer.
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