Kaktovik accuses Shell of insincerity
North Slope community authorizes mayor to defend village from company’s ‘hostile and dangerous’ intentions
For Petroleum News
The village of Kaktovik has issued a stinging rebuke to Shell Oil, which is planning to conduct seismic work in nearby whaling waters this fall.
In a strongly worded resolution, passed unanimously by Kaktovik’s city council, villagers described Shell Oil as a “hostile” force in the community.
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