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Vol. 26, No.41 Week of October 10, 2021
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Cool conditions slowed Arctic ice melt

NSIDC discusses the circumstances behind this year’s minimum Arctic sea ice extent, the highest since 2014 but 12th lowest recorded

Alan Bailey

Petroleum News

The National Snow and Ice Data Center has published its analysis of the circumstances leading to this year’s Arctic sea ice minimum extent on Sept. 16. As previously reported by Petroleum News, this year’s minimum extent, at 1.82 million square miles, was the highest since 2014. However, the extent....

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A number of factors

High Antarctic ice maximum


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