John M. Broder, New York Times, March 14, 2013
WASHINGTON — The Shell Oil Company must provide a detailed plan addressing numerous safety and operational issues that plagued its efforts to extract oil beneath the Arctic Ocean last year if it wants to resume drilling off the coast of Alaska, the Interior Department said Thursday.
Richard Mauer & Lisa Demer, Anchorage Daily News, January 1, 2012
Update, 10:15 a.m. Wednesday:
More flyovers are planned for Wednesday to assess the condition of the Shell drilling rig Kulluk, which sits grounded on Sitkalidak Island, off Kodiak.
Lisa Demer, Anchorage Daily News, January 1, 2013 (18:34 PST)
Mark Hume, Globe and Mail, Dec. 18 2012
VANCOUVER —Oil and gas development is to be banned from a 400,000-hectare area in northwestern British Columbia known as the Sacred Headwaters, The Globe and Mail has learned.
News Release, Government of BC, December 18, 2012
VICTORIA - Today, the government of British Columbia joined the Tahltan Central Council (TCC) and Shell Canada (Shell) to announce an agreement has been reached to resolve the status of natural-gas tenure in the Klappan area of northwest B.C.
Alex DeMarban, Alaska Dispatch, Oct 11, 2012
Believing the U.S. Arctic Ocean contains one of the world's richest undiscovered oil and gas plays, Royal Dutch Shell is already considering what it will take to ship vast amounts of oil across Alaska.
Nathan VanderKlippe, Globe and Mail,.Jul. 27 2012
Royal Dutch Shell plc and its three Asian partners have applied to export an enormous volume of natural gas from the British Columbia coast, as global attention begins to focus on the movement of Canadian energy to Japan, China and other markets.
Scott Haggett, Reuters, June 5, 2012
CALGARY, Alberta, June 5 (Reuters) - TransCanada Corp will build a C$4 billion ($3.8 billion) pipeline to serve Royal Dutch Shell Plc's planned liquefied natural gas plant on British Columbia's northern coast, the company said on Tuesday.
By Rebecca Penty, Calgary Herald, May 29, 2012
Shell CEO pushes regulatory certainty for Asia-focused projects
By GORDON HAMILTON, Vancouver Sun, October 20, 2011
Royal Dutch Shell has purchased the old Methanex plant site at Kitimat, moving one step closer to building its proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal to access Asian markets.
Patti Epler, Tony Hopfinger, Alaska Dispatch, Jul 28, 2011
David Ebner and Tim Kiladze, Globe and Mail, Jul. 15, 2011
Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDS.A-N71.900.590.83%) is giving up on the Mackenzie Delta, pulling out of the region 38 years after it first discovered a massive deposit of natural gas.
By Gordon Hamilton, Vancouver Sun May 28, 2011
Buoyant overseas market for natural gas spawns interest in developing export potential
Shell Canada says it is investigating the potential for a new liquid natural gas terminal to be located on the B.C. coast.
By Lorraine Mitchelmore, Financial Post, March 19, 2011
Canada key global player in developing resources
When the company that was to become Shell Canada Ltd. was established in Montreal 100 years ago, on March 21, 1911, the potential for the country's energy industry was in its infancy, with few aware of the vast resources Canada had locked away.
Claudia Cattaneo, Financial Post, Mar. 16, 2011
In a world where political and regulatory risk has become as big a part of the oil business as finding new supplies, Royal Dutch Shell PLC is expanding its Alberta oil sands mining presence as part of US$100-billion in investment plans over the next four years.
By Brian Swint, Bloomberg.com, Dec 16, 2010
Big Oil Sells Assets at Record Pace as China Inflates Prices
The world’s largest oil companies sold assets at a record pace this year, finding buyers at higher prices as China and other emerging economies vie for reserves.
SCOTT SIMPSON, Vancouver Sun, September 15, 2010
Province's oil and gas reserves in the spotlight at international conference
The World Energy Congress taking place this week in Montreal has been an eye-opener for British Columbia Energy Minister Bill Bennett.
John Vidal, guardian.co.uk, 22 August 2010
• Oil giant blamed for 10% of 9m barrels leaked in 40 years
• Report claims rest of leaking oil caused by saboteurs
Terry Macalister, The Observer, January 3, 2010
Shell accused of abandoning solar power buyers in the developing world
Row over responsibility for sold-off systems has left Sri Lankan communities unable to replace faulty equipment.