With Israel branding itself as a model of environmental sustainability, many overlook the Zionist lobby’s support for extreme fossil fuel extraction in North America, from fracking to offshore drilling.
Locals will again gather at Raglan today amid concerns over seabed sand mining and deep sea oil exploration.
More than three years after 2010's Gulf of Mexico oil spill, energy companies are pushing into deeper waters offshore in search of oil. Consistently high oil prices, the decline of conventional oil fields and new drilling technologies have fostered big investments in ultra-deep-water drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.
PARLIAMENT - Norwegian oil giant Statoil has permission to drill off the little-explored Northland coast, and it will be drilling deep.
Gov. Pat McCrory has begun working with a coalition of governors from coastal states to press the Obama administration to allow exploration of offshore energy resources, particularly oil and natural gas.
By MIT Technology Review Custom, an Energy Realities Partner Offshore oil rigs are a crucial part of the world?s energy ecosystem, and produce a significant percentage of the world?s crude oil. But most people only think about these giant advanced engineering marvels when something goes wrong with one of them, and few have ever set foot on one. Now visitors to the United States Gulf Coast may ...
A Russian court on Thursday granted bail to the last Greenpeace activist still in custody over a protest against offshore oil drilling in the Arctic. Australian Colin Russell, 59, will be released from pre-trial detention in St. Petersburg when 2-million-rouble ($60,000) bail is posted, Greenpeace said. Russell was a crew member on the Arctic Sunrise, a Greenpeace icebreaker forcibly boarded by ...
Demonstrators face trial for a protest against Arctic offshore oil drilling
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "2013 Report on the Worldwide Offshore Drilling Market
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Thirty people arrested in Russia over a protest against Arctic oil drilling were moved from the northern city of Murmansk on Monday on their way to pre-trial detention centers in St. Petersburg, federal investigators and Greenpeace said.