Shell abandons Alaska offshore oil and gas plans

September 2015
Engineer (Online Edition);9/28/2015, p2
The article reports that oil industry company Royal Dutch Shell plc plans to abandon its attempt to extract hydrocarbons from a region in Arctic waters off the coast of Alaska due to disappointing exploration results, high costs, and regulatory uncertainty.


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