THE EXPLORERS 2005: Mega-major initially focused on Beaufort Sea OCS leases, but also looking for other opportunities
Shell Oil returned to Alaska in March 2005, taking 84 leases for $44 million in a U.S. Minerals Management Service Beaufort Sea lease sale.
Shell’s leases are along a trend stretching east from Harrison Bay to an area north of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and lie north of a structural high c....
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