Oil giant Total SA speaks out against offshore drilling in Arctic

September 2012
Corporate Knights Magazine;Fall2012, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p14
The article focuses on Total SA speaking about its opposition to offshore drilling in the Arctic in contrast with Royal Dutch Shell considering it as a major opportunity while BP has suspended its 1.5-billion-U.S. dollar (USD) Arctic offshore project due to cost overruns and technical problems.


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