Shell unloads permits in Canadian Arctic
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Shell Canada is abandoning 30 legally contested exploration permits covering 2.13 million acres in Canada’s Eastern Arctic and separately raising questions about its commitment to the LNG Canada project.
The company said it is relinquishing rights to the offshore plays in the Lancaster Sound north o....
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Permits acquired in mid-1970s
Consultation with Inuit
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