It's tragic. Necessity is one thing but self obliteration is just immoral. Just read on twitter that fossil fuels are subsidised to the tune of 3.8 trillion dollars whilst Goldman Sachs warns the world of ever increasing debt, but no fear; Green Peace on their way to Alaska. Lol
Alaska has about 34bln bbls onshore and offshore according to the US EIA etc, both conventional crude and shale so Shell should know what its doing. Repsol has just last week announced an onshore conventional crude oil find.
Need a good smack: http://www.*****************/shell-ready-to-seize-chance-in-arctic-project-is-critical-to-future-of-oil-development-off-alaska-coast/
Makes a lot of sense particularly to an ex accountant running PMO to have a more appropriate and cheaper rig for NFB while Noble has the more expensive one for SFB. Now they're all getting their act in order which should be good for everyone except perhaps the rig owners.
"The Barnan is working on shift but as yet my order for a few Ankor beers has still to be served. Nothing to worry about but it seems the Top Man was miffed with news release last week and has sent a warning shot to all." So , intelligence source is in play, but as yet info is not forthcoming PMO are annoyed at the news already leaked and have warned everyone involved? - my guess at the meaning - DYORT Also is it possible lower spec rig or rigs for the NFB while ER goes and stays in the SFB with option slots if Humpback is a good un.
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