The Titanic sank 103 years ago last week. A disaster of comparable proportions may happen again. With sea ice melting, Arctic shipping is on the rise, driven by profit, unencumbered by strict regulations and unsupported by critical infrastructure. Like
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The project, called BaSEC, Barents Sea Exploration Collaboration, will initially last for three years. The project will cover the Barents Sea, but with a
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The senior senator for Alaska, who is chairman of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, said it was wrong to negotiate the lifting of sanctions on Iranian
Stephen Chazen, president and CEO of Occidental Petroleum, acknowledged at CERAWeek on 20 April that the oil industry