Shell wants to resume Arctic drilling this summer

(LONDON) — Royal Dutch Shell wants to revive its offshore Arctic oil drilling program this summer after a two-year suspension, BBC News reported. The news came as the company also announced that it was cutting $15 billion from global investment amid a plunge in oil prices. Shell suspended offshore Alaska operations in 2013 after the grounding of the drillship Kulluk.

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By Professional Mariner Staff