Arctic future fuels present-day debate
Will climate change enable a rush for resources or make shipping conditions too hazardous? Researchers speculate in new report
By Sarah Hurst
For Petroleum News
Indigenous Canadians supply Arctic water to drought-stricken Tripoli and Abu Dhabi. A Chinese frigate escorting LNG tankers from the Kara Sea across the Northern Sea Route to Beijing fires across the bow of a Japanese patrol vessel, almost triggering a Pacific war. An aging oil tanker spills nea....
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