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February 27, 2013
The Obama administration should now suspend all permitting and further activities related to Arctic drilling
February 21, 2013
Interior Department protects special areas within National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska
January 11, 2013
Obama urged to stop taking risks in the Arctic
January 10, 2013
Critical and thorough evaluation long overdue
August 30, 2012
Drilling begins without required oil spill response equipment
August 21, 2012
Best treatment technology not being broadly applied
July 27, 2012
Permit lapsed, company has to start over
Victory
July 19, 2012
Shell asking for weaker air pollution limits
July 10, 2012
Oil and ice don’t mix. Shell's inadequate oil spill response plans put the Arctic at risk
May 16, 2012
Groups file lawsuit challenging EPA air pollution permit for Shell Oil
April 12, 2012
Lease Sale 193 approval flawed by missing science on impacts
February 21, 2012
Groups file lawsuit challenging EPA air pollution permits for Shell Oil
January 20, 2012
Alaska, industry groups’ challenge to fishery restrictions rebuffed
Victory
November 8, 2011
But admits more information needed
October 24, 2011
Decision moves Shell one step closer to unsafe, destructive offshore oil drilling