Canada, U.S. share Arctic expertise
Canada, United States set aside differences to conduct Beaufort Sea seismic survey for purpose of defining continental shelf; Danish admiral agrees with need for tougher controls over Arctic shipping; Canadian researcher worries about foot-dragging
By Gary Park
For Petroleum News
Canada has found allies in the United States and Denmark on a couple of issues as the Arctic sovereignty debate heats up.
Canada and the U.S. have teamed up to conduct a seismic survey of the Beaufort seabed north of the Yukon-Alaska border, a change from the recent tensions over control of the N....
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