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Feds Slam Shell for 'Inadequate Assessment of Risks' During Last Trip to the Arctic
Just weeks after the Obama administration approved Royal Dutch Shell 's plan to resume drilling in the Arctic, a federal agency has concluded the oil giant failed to properly assess risks during the company's last trip to the icy region in 2012. The report, released Thursday by the National
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Activists Who Scaled Shell's Arctic-Bound Oil Rig Leave After Defying Legal Threats
Six Greenpeace activists who brazenly scaled a Royal Dutch Shell oil drilling ship bound for the Arctic Monday left the boat today, according to the environmentalist group. One day after saying that they refused to leave despite a legal injunction against them, worsening weather conditions forced
Activists Who Scaled Shell's Arctic-Bound Oil Rig Refuse to Leave Despite Legal Threats
Six Greenpeace activists who brazenly scaled a Royal Dutch Shell oil drilling ship bound for the Arctic Monday say they are refusing to leave despite a legal injunction against them. “The injunction is just the latest intimidation tactic on the part of Shell,” Aliyah Field, one of the six activists
Shell , Britain's BG Group Ink $70 Billion Deal
Royal Dutch Shell will Buy Britain's BG Group, creating the second-largest energy company in the world, behind ExxonMobil in terms of value.
That Sound Could Be Oil Hitting Bottom
Has the price of oil finally hit bottom? After seven straight months of falling costs, concerns about production cuts could lead the market to do a U-turn. That may mean higher gasoline prices in the coming months. The national average may rise as much as...
Sale of Bills unanimously approved
NFL owners unanimously approved the sale of the Buffalo Bills to Sabres owners Terry Pegula and his wife, Kim, on Wednesday. League spokesman Greg Aiello tweeted the news. The vote took place in New York City, where NFL owners are meeting. The Pegulas finished ahead of competing groups fronted by
How You Can Make Renewable Energy Cheaper Than Gas
What if oil companies could provide you renewable energy as they do the ability to pump at your gas station? Oil companies are investing in green however, not as much as they could because of low consumer demand. During this second biggest oil boom in...
Supreme Court Limits Human Rights Suits
In a case closely watched by human rights groups and multinational corporations, the Supreme Court today narrowed the ability of foreign victims of human rights abuses to turn to U.S. Courts for alleged violations of international law committed abroad. The case was brought by 12...
Apple (AAPL) Expects to Break Records with iPhone 5
Morning News Memo It’s a problem any company would dearly love to have. How do you handle a global surge in demand? All those long lines and frenzied fans may have Apple scrambling to meet orders for the iPhone 5, which goes on sale today....