WWF urges Shell to find way to clean up 'potentially hazardous' North Sea legacy

James Murray
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WWF urges Shell to find way to clean up 'potentially hazardous' North Sea legacy

As reports suggests Shell is seeking an exemption from North Sea oil and gas decommissioning rules, WWF calls on company to step up efforts to remove aging infrastructure

Shell is preparing to seek an exemption from offshore oil and gas decommissioning rules that would allow it to leave a series of giant concrete and steel structures in the North Sea, prompting fresh calls...

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