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Private Oil And Gas Development In The Arctic Ocean[Abstract & Powerpoint Only]

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Shell Alaska General Manager Peter Slaiby discusses Shell's aspirations for offshore Alaska, including the challenges and opportunities the company has experienced since reentering Alaska in 2005. Shell was once a major explorer in Alaska and has drilled the majority of the wells in the Alaska offshore. Slaiby specifically discusses what the oil and gas reserves in the offshore could mean for Alaska and US energy security. He also highlights the increased cooperation with stakeholders as Shell begins its final push to drill in the Beaufort and Chukchi Seas in 2010.

Keywords: Alaska; gas reserves; oil



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