January 21, 2013

Are Arctic Drilling Challenges Too Great?

Amy Harder, National Journal


centerforamericanprogress.com

Should the United States think twice before allowing oil and gas drilling in the Arctic Ocean? In response to Shell's drilling rig running aground in a storm there earlier this month, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced an internal 60-day review of the department's plans to allow drilling in the Arctic Ocean. . .

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