Stricker, Julie
November 2015
Alaska Business Monthly;Nov2015, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p120
The article discusses the withdrawal of the exploratory activity of Royal Dutch Shell PLC in the Chuckchi Sea in Alaska, following the disappointing results, abandoning its drilling operations in the Burger J prospect. Topics mentioned include Marvin Odum, director at Shell Upstream Americas, the reasons for the withdrawal including scrutiny, high cost, and challenging and unpredictable regulatory environment in offshore Alaska.


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