LogIn LogOut

Activists End Occupation of Arctic Drill Rig

April 30, 2019

(Photo: Greenpeace)
(Photo: Greenpeace)

Greenpeace activists climbed down from a Seadrill drilling rig in Norway on Tuesday and are no longer occupying it, the environmental group told Reuters.

The rig, which was boarded by four activists on Monday, will be used next month by Equinor to explore for oil and gas in the Arctic.

(Reporting by Gwladys Fouche, Writing by Terje Solsvik, Editing by Paul Tait)



Current News

AET Takes Delivery of Petrobras-bound Shuttle Tanker

AET Takes Delivery of Petrobras-bound Shuttle Tanker

Japan's Refiners Facing Stagnant Market May Cut Capacity

Japan's Refiners Facing Stagnant Market May Cut Capacity

Conrad: Mako Discovery One of 'Largest Ever' in West Natuna Basin

Conrad: Mako Discovery One of 'Largest Ever' in West Natuna Basin

QP: North Field Works Going Full Steam Ahead

QP: North Field Works Going Full Steam Ahead

India's April Crude Processing in Biggest Drop Since 2003

India's April Crude Processing in Biggest Drop Since 2003

Lockdown Measures Tightened at Kazakhstan's Karachaganak Gas Field

Lockdown Measures Tightened at Kazakhstan's Karachaganak Gas Field

Mammoet Lands its ‘Biggest Ever’ Contract at Arctic LNG 2 Project

Mammoet Lands its ‘Biggest Ever’ Contract at Arctic LNG 2 Project

Subscribe for AOG Digital E‑News

AOG Digital E-News is the subsea industry's largest circulation and most authoritative ENews Service, delivered to your Email three times per week

https://accounts.newwavemedia.com