OK to drill Nova Scotia deepwater
Shell gets approval after plan revised; capping stack required in 12-13 days, would come from Norway, backup stack from Brazil
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A Canadian regulator has authorized exploratory drilling offshore Nova Scotia after accepting a revised plan by operator Shell Canada to cap any subsea blowouts.
But how far Shell will proceed with its C$970 million program depends partly on whether environmentalists and the fishing industry seek a....
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