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GALLERY: Greenpeace activists climb West Hercules rig

Four Greenpeace activists have climbed the West Hercules drilling rig, located near Rypefjord village in the north ...

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Equinor files environment plan for Great Australian Bight

Norwegian oil and gas company Equinor has submitted an environment plan to Australian offshore regulator for its ...

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Trump picks ex-oil lobbyist to head Department of Interior

U.S. president Donald Trump has nominated David Bernhard as the new Secretary of the Department of Interior.

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Greenpeace disrupts Total's AGM

Greenpeace activists disrupted oil company Total’s annual general meeting on Friday, protesting against Total’s ...

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Total gears up for well in French Guiana waters

Total has filed an application with the Prefecture of Guiana to drill an offshore exploration well in early 2019 ...

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No more oil & gas exploration permits off New Zealand

New Zealand government on Thursday announced an end to new oil and gas exploration permits in the country. 

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GALLERY: Greenpeace boards West Hercules rig in Norway

Greenpeace "kayaktivists" have boarded the oil rig West Hercules at the Skipavika yard on the West coast of Norway.

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Greenpeace activists board OSV in New Zealand

Five Greenpeace activists jumped aboard an offshore supply vessel in the Port on Taranaki, New Zealand on ...

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Greens lose Arctic lawsuit against Norway gov't

In the case brought against the Norwegian Government by Greenpeace Norway for granting new oil licenses to drill in ...

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Greenpeace activists released following arrest over protest

Greenpeace has informed that its 35 activists and its Arctic Sunrise ship have been released following last ...

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Norwegian authorities arrest Greenpeace activists

Norwegian authorities have stopped a protest by Greenpeace against Statoil’s drilling activities in the ...

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GALLERY: Greenpeace faces Statoil rig in Barents Sea

Activists from the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise have entered the exclusion zone of Statoil’s drilling rig Songa ...

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Greenpeace protests against Barents Sea drilling

Eleven activists from the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise took to the water in inflatable boats on Friday to protest ...

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Russia ordered to pay €5.4M in 2013 Greenpeace arrest case

An international arbitration tribunal has ruled that Russia must pay a 5.39 million euros compensation to the ...

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Greenpeace boss faces jail time over oil protest

Greenpeace New Zealand’s chief executive Russel Norman could face jail time after jumping into the sea in ...

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Activists confront 'Amazon Warrior' off New Zealand

Seismic vessel Amazon Warrior has been intercepted offshore New Zealand by the Māori people demanding a stop of a ...

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Greenpeace confronts Statoil rig

Activists from Greenpeace Nordic and Greenpeace Germany are today, February 27, 2017, protesting near a drilling ...

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Schlumberger responds to Greenpeace seismic protest

Following Greenpeace’s protest against a seismic survey offshore New Zealand, Schlumberger has responded with ...

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Greenpeace cuts off seismic vessel off New Zealand

Greenpeace crew have made contact with the world’s biggest seismic vessel after traveling 50 nautical miles on two ...

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Auckland Council votes against offshore drilling

Auckland Council’s Governing Body in New Zealand has voted to oppose the proposed offering of petroleum exploration ...

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Greenpeace files lawsuit against Norway over Arctic drilling

Environmental organization Greenpeace filed a lawsuit on Tuesday morning against the Norwegian government for ...

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