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“Clean up your mess”, says Greenpeace flag on Shell’s North Sea platform
Oct. 15, 2019
Source: Reuters

“Clean up your mess”, says Greenpeace flag on Shell’s North Sea platform

In protest against Shell’s plan to abandon parts of the giant structures in place in the British North Sea, Greenpeace activists, yesterday, boarded two Royal Dutch Shell oil platforms in the region. Photographs show two people climbing one of the giant, rusty structures and unfurling a banner which read “Clean up your mess, Shell!”. The British supermajor is currently looking for Governmental approval to abandon the steel legs of the platforms.

BP and Shell get called ‘Climate Criminals’ at the Oil and Money conference
Oct. 10, 2019
Source: Energy Voice

BP and Shell get called ‘Climate Criminals’ at the Oil and Money conference

The annual Oil and Money conference dinner last night was stormed by Greenpeace climate activists, who branded oil majors Shell and BP as ‘Climate Criminals’. The protests happened as the Executive of the Year award was due to pass from BP CEO Bob Dudley to Shell’s Ben van Beurden. The protestors also labeled the event as a “climate crime scene”.

Greenpeace ends the standoff with BP
June 21, 2019
Source: Energy Voice

Greenpeace ends the standoff with BP

Climate group, Greenpeace has ended a 12-day standstill with oil supermajor BP. Greenpeace had forced BP-contracted Transocean drilling rig to cancel on its journey to Vorlich field several times over the past week. With the campaigners blocking the track with an icebreaker ship and two inflatable launches, BP suffered a loss of over £1.5 million.

Rig boarded by Greenpeace due to drill for Statoil in Arctic
March 25, 2018

Rig boarded by Greenpeace due to drill for Statoil in Arctic

Greenpeace activists boarded a rig, ‘West Hercules’, which was due to sail to the Arctic to drill prospects for the oil firm Statoil. The drilling unit is being prepared at the Skipavik yard on the west coast of Norway. Along with other environmental groups, Greenpeace has been challenging the verdict of the Norwegian government for continued drilling in the Arctic which violates the citizens’ right to a clean environment.

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